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Keough School ND Aug 16
RSVP now for our next DC event, featuring experts from and more to discuss the advantages and limits of open electoral systems in Ecuador, El Salvador, and Honduras. attendees welcome!
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Keough School ND Aug 15
. President Thea Lee responds to the question: What gives you hope that inequality can be beaten?
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Keough School ND Aug 13
Can inequality be overcome? When people organize, there’s reason to hope.
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Keough School ND Aug 13
3 signs of hope that we can .
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Notre Dame Research Aug 12
Notre Dame researchers have received $180.6M in research funding for fiscal year 2019. It’s $100M more than 10 years ago and a 27% increase from last year:
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Keough School ND Aug 12
Working alongside nonprofit , student Seiko Kanda discusses the crucial role of faculty support systems in fostering academic success among Chilean K-12 students. Read his story in the Keough Insider blog:
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Kroc Institute Aug 8
If you were unable to attend the Washington D.C. conversation on policies and practice, featuring Professor George Lopez, you can now watch the full discussion online.
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Notre Dame News Aug 5
Notre Dame announces significant growth in research funding
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Notre Dame News Jul 30
.'s Harold Toro writes for : Puerto Ricans should reshape their democracy with American support
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Keough School ND Jul 29
Keough School MGA student Abeera Akhtar discovers the far-reaching effects of as she works with to expand opportunities for women smallholder farmers in . Read about her journey here:
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Keough School ND Jul 26
MGA student Dominic Scarcelli and his team have interviewed 30+ organizations in Guatemala & Ecuador this summer. It's part of their ongoing research to help improve NGO collaboration in local communities. Read his story on the Keough Insider blog:
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Kroc Institute Jul 25
The Peace Accords Matrix Project is looking to hire a new full-time Research Associate to assist the PAM team in maintaining and refining a system for monitoring the implementation of the peace agreement. More details below!
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Keough School ND Jul 24
Disaster recovery & humanitarian response. Community empowerment. Dignified housing. These are some of the important challenges our master's students are researching with . Hear about this year's partnerships with 6 organizations in 10 countries:
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Keough School ND Jul 23
Master of global affairs student Raushan Zhandayeva is working with ’s Terwilliger Center for Innovation in to improve access to dignified housing in Mexico and India. Read about her journey on the Keough Insider blog:
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Denise Natali Jul 18
Enjoyed speaking at the forum this morning on and ’s important work. We must prioritize prevention and effectively target the root causes of conflict that undermine national security.
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Keough School ND Jul 18
Replying to @KeoughGlobalND
Thanks to all of our panelists & guests for a rich, stimulating discussion. We’ll soon be posting a recording of this event here
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Keough School ND Jul 18
Replying to @KeoughGlobalND
Dean Appleby concluding remarks: It’s clear from today’s conversations that we have to break out of our silos & collaborate. All of the voices we’ve heard from are necessary. Keough School is committed to continuing to participate in this conversation.
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Keough School ND Jul 18
Replying to @jakenuru
: We should have a heavy focus on regional, rather than country strategies. The corrupting effect of money needs to be addressed all the way down to the local level.
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Keough School ND Jul 18
Replying to @KeoughGlobalND
Anne Witkowsky: We all need to get out of our comfort zones in respective agencies, cultures within the NGO community. This will help open a path to work more effectively together and learn from one another. NGOs and the U.S. govt need to work more collaboratively.
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Keough School ND Jul 18
Replying to @SFCG_
Anselme Wimye : The goal is to build resilience in communities. We believe peace is a process. Take the first step and keep working. Be alert to what kinds of change we really need to implement at the community level.
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