October 2019

Counterpart’s Approach to Women, Peace, and Security

International development is increasingly shaped by fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV). The World Bank projects that by 2030, the number of countries affected by FCV …

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June 2019

The Digital Disruption of Human Rights

In countries such as Malaysia and Sri Lanka, fake news on social media has become the frontline between Muslims and Buddhists. In one instance in …

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May 2019

Rohingya Refugees and Mental Health: An Urgent Challenge

This blog is part of our series developed in collaboration with the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University. Cox’s Bazar, a town located …

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April 2019

Afghanistan’s Technology Boom: A Positive Development for Human Rights

This blog is part of our series developed in collaboration with the Reiff Center for Human Rights and Conflict Resolution at Christopher Newport University. In June of 2017, Afghan …

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July 2018

Criminal Violence and Transitional Justice in El Salvador

By Maria Martinez, Communications Intern, and Ellie Rizzo, Global Growth Intern The 1992 Chapultepec Peace Accords aimed to bring peace to El Salvador after a …

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May 2018

Second Counterpart Convening Yields New Insights on Countering Violent Extremism

May 15, 2018 On a bright Tuesday morning in downtown Washington, policymakers, analysts, and practitioners gathered for a Counterpart Convening, the second event in a …

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November 2017

Improving Dialogue for Better Citizen-Government Partnerships in Morocco

In 2011, Morocco went through unprecedented changes culminating in the passage of the new Moroccan constitution. The constitution introduces the principles of participatory democracy to …

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Participación Cívica in Guatemala

Government corruption in Guatemala has long been identified as a significant barrier…

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Science Matters for Sustainable Conservation

The thick and muddy roots of mangrove trees tie the Caribbean Sea to the coastline of the Dominican Republic. Serving as natural bridges between ocean, …

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Power Through Literacy: One Woman’s Journey to Transform Her Community in Morocco

I remember Khadija sitting across from me, waiting her turn to speak as the other members of Association Massarat share stories of their work. When …

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