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April 17, 2014

Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform Roundtable Highlights a Global Problem

On April 11 in connection with the spring World Bank/International Monetary Fund meetings taking place in Washington, D.C., representatives of… more
February 20, 2014

Protecting the Cultural Heritage of Countries Around the World

The events recounted in the new movie The Monuments Men are unfolding every day around the world. It’s a little… more
October 29, 2013

Opening Doors of Opportunity for Women and Girls Through Sports

On October 6, 2013, 16 women from Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Poland,… more
September 19, 2013

Creating Stronger Societies--On and Off the Field

Zola was born into a segregated South Africa, where poverty and inequality were just a few of the challenges she… more
August 22, 2013

Colombia: A Transformation

Metal wheelchairs colliding , balls gliding, and players falling -- sounds like some hybrid between bumper cars and football. It’s… more
April 29, 2013

Taking the Fight Against Wildlife Trafficking to the UN

Wildlife trafficking is a crime that spans the globe, giving criminals billions of dollars in illegal proceeds, driving endangered species… more
December 13, 2012

'English Can Open Doors for Me'

As the school year draws to a close in South America, hundreds of students are celebrating completion of their two-year… more
October 15, 2012

Taking Democracy to a New Scale

Today, I've come together with more than 500 activists, academics, and policymakers to participate in the World Movement for Democracy's… more
October 15, 2012

Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton Visits Peru

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will travel to Lima, Peru, on October 15 and 16. In Peru, she will… more


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