August 2018

Using Inclusive Approaches to Counter Violent Extremism

SID-Washington is the largest and most active chapter of the Society of International Development, an international network devoted to sustainable economic, social, and political development. …

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Rights and Dignity Project

Challenge Since the end of its civil war in 1992, El Salvador has worked to establish and maintain systems that protect and promote the human …

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What women’s leadership in #globaldev means to me

By Klaudia Taylor, Senior Program Manager All over the world, too many talented, ambitious women are held back from achieving their potential as organizational leaders …

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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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I4C Podcast Sets the Stage for Global Civic Discussion

“When you talk about public audiences, it’s about reaching people on their own terms. You come to them.” In the past, the public sphere – …

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Creating Change through Song in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Berth Kaniki, director of Counterpart’s Congo Demokrasia local civil society partner Actions pour le Développement Intégral Durable (ADID), recently welcomed USAID representatives to visit her …

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First Counterpart Convening connects thinkers, doers, and USG officials on sustainable school feeding

On April 5th, Counterpart International launched the Counterpart Convenings series with an inaugural session focused on “Building Sustainability into McGovern-Dole Food for Education Programs.” Hosted …

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Determined Young Azeri Woman Brings New Resources to Her Community

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, we highlight our partners around the world who #PressForProgress to achieve gender equity and meaningful inclusion. Whether boosting literacy …

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Innovation for Change

Challenge Innovation for Change (I4C) was established as a response to widespread and worsening trends affecting civil society, including increasing restrictions on civic space and …

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Azerbaijan’s Economic Future Includes Women Entrepreneurs

On the bustling streets of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, young Azeri women are taking charge of their futures. Filled with brilliant ideas and a …

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