MIDP Alumnus appointed to United Nations committee of tax experts

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Waziona Ligomeka, a 2011 graduate of Duke University’s Master of International Development Policy (MIDP)... Read More → MIDP Alumnus appointed to United Nations committee of tax experts

Duke political economist leads research on two new reports launched in Vietnam

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By April L. Raphiou  Halfway around the world, the expertise of a Duke University political economist was... Read More → Duke political economist leads research on two new reports launched in Vietnam

Violence in El Salvador declines in 2020, gang problems persist say panelists at Duke

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By: April L. Raphiou Thousands of Central Americans arriving at the U.S. border cite violence as the main... Read More → Violence in El Salvador declines in 2020, gang problems persist say panelists at Duke

DCID Policy Brief Highlights Links Between Migration at U.S. Border and Climate Change, Violence in Central America

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DCID Policy Brief Highlights Links Between Migration at U.S. Border and Climate Change, Violence in Central... Read More → DCID Policy Brief Highlights Links Between Migration at U.S. Border and Climate Change, Violence in Central America

Duke graduate student launches Duke chapter of international organization

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By April Raphiou, DCID Communications Director A first-year Master of International Development Policy (MIDP)... Read More → Duke graduate student launches Duke chapter of international organization

Peace Corps renews Coverdell Fellows Partnership with Duke University

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By: Jonathan Griffin, DCID Communications Assistant Duke Center for International Development, Sanford School... Read More → Peace Corps renews Coverdell Fellows Partnership with Duke University

One year later: A letter from the Director

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“It is the long history of humankind… that those who learned to collaborate and improvise most... Read More → One year later: A letter from the Director

International Development Policy Students reflect on International Women’s Day

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International Women’s Day marks a time to celebrate the strong, pioneering and resilient women that are... Read More → International Development Policy Students reflect on International Women’s Day

Duke Professors Speak at Oxfam Event

Duke policy experts weigh in on U.S. presidential election and voting behavior at Oxfam event

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By Juliette O’Quinn, DCID Staff Assistant In the wake of one of the most controversial elections in U.S.... Read More → Duke policy experts weigh in on U.S. presidential election and voting behavior at Oxfam event

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