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Natalia Mirovitskaia, a faculty member at DCID, presented her research at the Adam Curle Centenary Symposium: An Academic-Practitioner Dialogue on Peace in the 21st Century, organized by the University of Bradford (United Kingdom) on Sept. 4-6.


In her new book, The Orderly Entrepreneur, Visiting Scholar Catherine Honeyman explores Rwanda's entrepreneurship curriculum and offers recommendations for improvement.


The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) program at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy welcomed 42 new fellows representing 22 countries for the 2016-17 academic year.


Nan Sandi and Nang Raw Zahkung have been nominated for the 2016 N-Peace Awards, given annually to leaders and peacebuilders creating positive change at the grassroots and national levels in Asia. They were among 32 women to be nominated in the Untold Stories category, which recognizes the...