Join the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate and and the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, for am examination of how 18-year term limits for Supreme Court justices could be enacted without the need for a Constitutional amendment, the possibility of establishing Supreme Court term limits, and the role the Senate could play in enacting such a reform.
The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate and the Pew Research Center hosted a candid conversation about Americans’ deepening dissatisfaction with their elected officials and government and what that means for the future of American politics.
The Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998 and continues to be the cornerstone of peace and reconciliation in the country of Ireland. This program marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Belfast Good Friday Agreement and includes representatives of the Irish and British Governments and representatives of the business community reflecting on the peace process, past and present life in Belfast, as well as the future of the country.
The Stone Social Impact Forum
The Stone Social Impact Forum is an annual series that features bold civic change agents from across the country who demonstrate pathways to tackle inequality, advance social change, and inspire all people to be civically active. The Forum is a joint initiative of the Kennedy Institute and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation made possible through the generous support of the James M. and Cathleen D. Stone Foundation.
Author Event with Cody Keenan – Grace: President Obama and Ten Days in the Battle for America
The Edward M. Kennedy Institute was joined by board members Cody Keenan and the Honorable William “Mo” Cowan for a fascinating conversation about Keenan’s latest book, Grace: President Obama and Ten Days in the Battle for America. Keenan talked about how the book shares an intimate glimpse into how he and President Obama co-created language to address some of the most challenging instances of recent American history, including how to address America after yet another mass shooting.
Experience America – More than 40 Ambassadors to the US at the Kennedy Institute
The Kennedy Institute welcomed more than 30 foreign ambassadors – representing countries across 5 continents – to Boston as part of the Experience America diplomatic event. Led by the U.S. Department of State, Experience America connects foreign ambassadors with academic, business, community, and cultural leaders with the goal of strengthening relationships to promote economic investment, commerce, and dialogue.
Inspired Leadership Award – Annual Dinner
Presented at the Kennedy Institute’s annual dinner, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute Award for Inspired Leadership recognizes individuals who possess qualities that reflect the legacy of Senator Edward M. Kennedy: modeling exemplary leadership, inspiring others to action, and making a difference through service to the community and country.
Immigration and Higher Education Events
As part of the Kennedy Institute’s commitment to host compelling dialogues on the nation’s critical issues, the Kennedy Institute partnered with UMass Boston, the Immigration Initiative at Harvard, and the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration for a half-day event illuminating higher education’s role in facilitating immigration pathways, developing talent and potential, and reducing barriers to integration and naturalization.
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