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Are you an intern in Washington, DC? Join us for "Navigating a Career in Public Service: A Conversation for DC Interns with the Leadership Fellows." Moderated by
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CEF 中國環境論壇 20h
Check our latest article "Pangolins on the Brink as Africa-China Trafficking Persists Unabated" here:
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Experts will discuss urban watersheds, transboundary water management, water-driven security risks, and the governance of water access and availability amid an increasingly uncertain future on May 30, at 9:30am. In cooperation w/ and ,
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New Security Beat 21h
Communities around the world need reliable and predictable water, but outdated infrastructure, poor management, and political battles can make this difficult. Join us for the final event of the “Sustainable Water, Resilient Communities” series on May 30.
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The Wilson Center 24h
Without political will and proper funding for enforcement, even the best laws won’t stop the slaughter of pangolins in Africa, argues in .
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New Security Beat May 24
Pangolins on the Brink as Africa-China Persists Unabated; by
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New Security Beat May 23
Faith in Family Planning: Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies, w/
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CARE SRHR May 23
Nice recap from on this month's faith and event at . By working together with faith-based orgs, providers can inspire collaboration with health ministries and increase access to family planning services.
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Marcus King May 22
My blog post on how water stress shapes Iraqi Kurdistan's Future: Regional Stability
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New Security Beat May 22
A Watershed Moment for Iraqi Kurdistan: Subnational Hydropolitics and Regional Stability
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Meaghan Parker May 21
Congrats on the honorary degree from Amherst-- and thanks for blazing trails for women in both & . For more read/view her remarks on being one of a few women in
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Meaghan Parker May 21
Great to catch up w visionaries & & , and bon voyage to students on their trip to the Balkans peace park. Throwback to when it all began
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OhioES May 21
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OhioES May 21
Swathi Veeravalli talking , & with students on . Great insights on military and development practitioner approaches.
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OhioES May 21
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The Wilson Center May 18
Last year the U.S. saw the lowest number of births in 30 years. Global Fellow @profsciubbaof weighs in on what this will mean for the future of the workforce on .
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New Security Beat May 18
Join us for on Tues., 5/22! Hear about ’s project and learn about prevention and detection measures for non-communicable diseases that put women at risk for preeclampsia. RSVP:
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Meaghan Parker May 18
Marketplace features Global Fellow & badass demographer Jennifer Sciubba
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New Security Beat May 17
Grassroots Solutions for Solid Waste in China’s Growing Cities; from by Dongping Wang and
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Roger-Mark De Souza May 16
Religion, climate resilience & Islands: What does diplomacy have to do with it? Join us for the discussion May 22 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. at Hogan Lovells 555 13th Street NW, Rms 13202 & 13203, 13th Fl, lunch
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