September 3, 2014

Voices From Our Network …

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Seeking Network Fellows Fall 2014!

Are you ready to learn about the biggest global challenges facing our generation, while building useful leadership and communications skills? Then we need you! AIDemocracy is currently seeking summer 2014 Fellows. We are a national youth network amplifying the story, voice and power of global youth. … [Read More...]

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JOIN one of our volunteer teams! Now seeking analysts, social media team, communications, campaigns and more!

Are you passionate about global issues? Do you believe our generation has the power to build a more peaceful, just and sustainable world? And are you eager to build the leadership and communications skills to make change happen? Then WE NEED YOU! Americans for Informed Democracy is a national youth … [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...]

US-Iran Relations: Part IV

By Alen A. This week, we will conclude our examination of modern Iranian history. We will recount the previous two-and-a-half decades, investigating the presidency of one of the most moderate modern Iranian leaders, dramatically followed by the reign of one of the most divisive, provocative … [Read More...]

Profile of BRICS from Below

By Alex Tuai. Background of BRICS from Below (BFB) BRICS from Below is an alliance of civil society groups that was formed in March 2013 at the BRICS conference in Durban, South Africa and where it is still based. The idea was to mobilize an international alliance to address the social and … [Read More...]

Child Marriage: Women are the Voice for Women

By Lauren Shin. This past week, I had the amazing opportunity to step foot in the National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C. Having been mesmerized by National Geographic magazines and their breathtaking photographs for years, I couldn’t help but jump up and down as I entered the building. I … [Read More...]

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When Will Congress Realize Our Border Crisis Is A Refugee Crisis?

By Alex Beck.   We’ve all heard by now of the surge of Central American and Mexican children moving across the US-Mexico Border and the subsequent political debate. But with the issue’s seemingly abrupt emergence into the national spotlight, it is important to see that there is much … [Read More...]