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DCID 2020-21 Annual Report
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Duke Professor endows new fellowship for international policy leaders

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When Professor of the Practice Emeritus Francis Lethem first stepped onto Duke University’s campus, he did not intend to stay long. A few... Read More → Duke Professor endows new fellowship for international policy leaders

LGBTIQ+ Latin American policymakers stress the need for stronger political institutions, community activism

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As sexual and gender minorities in Latin America continue to press for increased legal rights, three key Latin American LGBTIQ+... Read More → LGBTIQ+ Latin American policymakers stress the need for stronger political institutions, community activism

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