Today’s post comes from Paula Kweskin, an attorney specializing in international humanitarian and human rights law. Paula is currently pursuing her LL.M in International Law and Human Rights while producing Honor Diaries, an award-winning documentary film focused on women’s rights and gender empowerment.
Rebecca Shore is the founder of Social Media for Global Health, an interagency working group that seeks to bring global health and development professionals together to connect and share experiences around the use of social media to promote the messages & products. She currently manages many different social media projects, mainly the Knowledge for Health …
Named as one of Foreign Policy Magazine’s “100 women to follow on Twitter,” Jennifer Lentfer has worked across southern and east Africa over the past decade. Last year Jennifer was invited to speak at her alma mater. In preparation she jotted down some bits of advice for international development students that she shares today.
Today’s Post comes from Emmanuel Joseph Massawe, founder and director of Arusha Children Center which is a non-profit in Tanzania committed to the education and development of under privileged children.
Today’s post comes from Graham Collins, an Ecuador Fellow with our news partner Global Citizen Year, a premier global bridge year program designed to unleash the potential of the next generation of young Americans as authentic leaders and effective agents of change
Today’s Guest Post comes from Raymond Mendenilla, the director of Iraqi Youth Initiative (USAID-Tijara), a private sector initiative designed to create employment opportunities for young Iraqis in post-war Iraq.