October 23, 2014

Voices From Our Network …

Four Steps to Recruiting Great Volunteers

By Sakiera M. Volunteers are crucial actors of change for any non-profit. They provide significant support, spread an organizations mission, and are often willing to wear many hats if they know it will help and advance an organizations’ mission. Below are 4 Steps that I believe will help any … [Read More...]

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Global Citizenship Blogging Challenge

What does global citizenship mean and why should we be talking about it at AIDemocracy? This summer, two of our wonderful bloggers, Sharon Mutwiwa and Marilyn Atwood, sought to engage global citizenship into the AIDemocracy discussion and challenged the AIDemocracy community to think about the … [Read More...]

What’s new in South Sudan?

By Alex Beck. Recently, in addition to the increasing threat of famine in the country, which is still set to kill 50,000 children by the year’s end, reports of renewed fighting broke out in South Sudan. However, in response to the country’s unstable ceasefire being broken yet again, the … [Read More...]

The Tragic Lives of Syrian Armenians

By Ani Hakobyan. In the age of social media, the tragic events taking place in Syria have unfolded before the world’s eyes. People know all about innocent children caught in the conflict, extremist rebels taking hold of cities, and the condemnation that Bashar al-Assad’s government has received … [Read More...]

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Build your skills (online) this fall with the AMP Experience!

Calling all young global leaders! Join us this fall!  The AMP Experience is an online social change training for youth who are eager to expand their skills as young global leaders and changemakers. Today’s young global leaders must be confident in their ability to envision change, and have the … [Read More...]

US State Department Strategic Plan Goal 4: Democracy and Human Rights and Civil Society

In March the U.S. State Department and USAID released a joint Strategic Plan for 2014-2017. This article is the fourth in a series of five on each of the main strategic goals outlined in the 2014-2017 plan. By Virginia Cady. Strategic Goal 4: Protect Core U.S. Interests by Advancing Democracy … [Read More...]

Introduction to BRICS

By Alex Tuai. In the world of international relations, economics, and finance, one of the most common acronyms used is BRICS. Originally born as BRIC by former Goldman Sachs economics Jim O’Neill in 2001, it stood for the four fastest emerging economies: Brazil, Russia, India, and China. Then in … [Read More...]