Counterpart International is excited to announce a new partnership with the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University.

This spring, Reiff Center students will have a unique opportunity to publish blog entries on Counterpart’s website that will provide policy recommendations on topics important to countries in Counterpart’s program portfolio as well as the opportunity to receive guidance on future careers in international development.

In the spring 2019 semester, the blogs will focus on Afghanistan and Bangladesh, exploring key socio-political challenges – from youth radicalization to extremism, to violence against women and the effects of water logging. Each blog will consider civil society and governments’ role in addressing challenges, considering policies currently implemented along with gaps, and provide recommendations for how the international development community can better support reforms. The blog series will launch at the end of January.

About the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution
The Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University is dedicated to:

  • Raising awareness of the horrors of genocide, human rights violations and conflict
  • Studying ways to overcome these by examining the international and national application of human rights, conflict resolution and peace studies

For more information on the work of the Reiff Center, please click here.

About Counterpart International

Counterpart International helps people build better lives and more durable futures, community by community. For more than 50 years and in more than 65 countries, Counterpart has ensured that local leaders are at the center of every development challenge, drawing on the knowledge that local leadership is a requirement for any effective and lasting solution.

 

 

 

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