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The Future of Humanitarian Diplomacy
Humanitarian Assistance | Emergency Response | Elections
Global Cities+Social Good

It is not news that the urban sphere is becoming ever important. By 2050, over 70 percent of humanity will be living in urban centers, in the greatest shift in humanity's living conditions since the shift from hunting and gathering to agriculture.

21st Century Diplomacy: Ballet, Ballots, and Bullets

A collaboration between Diplomatic Courier and The Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William and Mary, 21st Century Diplomacy: Ballet, Ballots, and Bullets explores important social questions as they relate to diplomacy, such as: What is diplomacy? Is diplomacy art? Is voting or protesting (or protesting with violence) an art form?

Empowering Women and Girls Through Technology

How do we shrink the technology gender gap?

The World in 2050: Talent Mobility and the Future of Jobs

Businesses and governments around the world are beginning to come to terms with the new reality of the post-financial crisis era. In response to the excesses leading to the crisis, today there is a primary emphasis on constraints, not growth—e.g., reductions in government spending, postponed corporate expansion, stagnant or declining hiring, and slowing growth in the Far East coupled with little growth in the EU and US. At the same time, there is a critical need to unleash growth, to leverage emerging trends in technology, market needs, and society to expand enterprise and economic opportunity. Success in breaking through to a new wave of growth and prosperity will depend increasingly on human and social capital. In turn, a new, global burst of innovation and entrepreneurship will require a deep pool of highly skilled, creative, inclusive, risk taking individuals and communities.

Andi Leadership Institute for Young Women's Capstone Presentations

The Andi Leadership Institute for Young Women, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and the Diplomatic Courier invites you the Closing Ceremony of the ALI Young Women Capstone Presentations.

Should Your Birthplace Determine Your Future?

Should your birthplace determine your future? At the Diplomatic Courier and Ubuntu Education Fund, we know it should not, but we see that too often it does. The poor tend to stay poor. In the townships of South Africa where Ubuntu works, as well as in many places around the world, too many eager, intelligent children have no opportunity to go to school, to dream great dreams, and to work towards them. We all need roots to grow, but human beings are not trees: our roots should strengthen us, not hold us down. The children of the townships of South Africa play under the same sun as the children in the penthouses of Park Avenue. Children everywhere deserve the same chances, and opportunities to learn and grow. And if they get those chances, they are likely to succeed.

Broken Promises

The Diplomatic Courier and the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) partner to reveal “Broken Lives,” a poignant collection of refugee images by world renowned conflict Photographer and Cameraman Sebastian Rich, at the National Press Club.

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