Diplomacy and Dialogue: Protest vs Riot in Journalism featuring Edward R. Murrow Fellows

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TBD, Virtual on Zoom 2021 saw a huge rise in global protests. The media plays an important role in approaching this cornerstone of democracy. A protest is usually organized as a "public demonstration of disapproval" of some law, policy, idea, or state of affairs, while a riot is “a disturbance of the peace created by an […]

The Global Ties U.S. National Meeting

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Tickets $50 General / $30 Student. Registration Deadline March 4 at 11:59 PM ET The premier gathering of private-sector organizations, U.S. government agencies, advocates, and leaders in the international exchange field. The most popular content live-streamed — Opening Plenary with U.S. Department of State and Global Ties U.S. leadership. DOS Session: Anti-Corruption and Promoting Transparency & […]

Diplomacy & Dialogue: Tech for Good featuring Emma Chen, IVLP alumni from China

Join us for an early morning call with China and meet Xueting (Emma) Chen. We will talk about her work as an advocate at the frontlines of economic growth and social stability for entrepreneurs, migrant workers, and energy and chemical markets. In 2014, Ms. Chen helped develop the Microbenefits app to improve communication between the […]

Diplomacy and Dialogue with Justyna Gotkowska, IVLP Alumna from Poland

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Join us as we re-connect with IVLP alumna Justyna Gotkowska to discuss the current events in Poland. Since 2008 Justyna has been an expert in security and defense policy in Germany, Nordic and Baltic States, NATO, and CSDP at the Centre for Eastern Studies (OSW) a Polish state analytical center based in Warsaw, Poland. Since […]

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