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May 11, 2020

Jocelyn Brown Hall Joins Counterpart International’s Board of Directors

ARLINGTON, VA. – Counterpart International today announced the appointment of Jocelyn Brown Hall to the organization’s Board of Directors. She brings to Counterpart longstanding experience …

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April 14, 2020

Lois Bruu Joins Counterpart International’s Board of Directors

ARLINGTON, VA. – Counterpart International today announced the appointment of Lois Bruu to the organization’s Board of Directors. Lois Bruu brings to Counterpart expertise in …

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March 26, 2020

Counterpart International Announces Appointment of Michael Barluk as Director of Governance Programs

ARLINGTON, VA. – Counterpart International is pleased to announce  the appointment of Michael Barluk as its new Director of Governance Programs.  Michael brings to Counterpart more …

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February 13, 2020

William Hammink Joins Counterpart International’s Board of Directors

ARLINGTON, VA. – Counterpart International today announced the appointment of William (Bill) Hammink to the organization’s Board of Directors. Mr. Hammink brings to the Counterpart board …

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Stories

June 2020

Cybersecurity, Distilled

With news sources reporting novel online threats on a daily basis, in a world of adversaries with seemingly unlimited resources, how could one achieve “cybersecurity …

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June 2020

What We Learned from a Youth in Elections Project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Turkan Tashtan, Jon Wallowicz, and Katie Mullins, University of Dayton In January 2019, national elections finally took place in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) …

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June 2020

Sequencing Capacity Building for Civil Society in Lebanon

Gianna Pou and Reina Jimenez, University of Dayton Lebanon is currently facing one of the country’s worst economic crises in decades. Civilians around the country …

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May 2020

What’s Missing in Youth Participation Programs for Afghan Civil Society?

Emma Adams, Morgan Day, and Justin This, University of Dayton In February 2020, after months of electoral disputes and vote recounts, the 2019 Afghan election …

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