Robyn Meeks researches Pakistan’s energy sector

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Robyn Meeks, Assistant Professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy and affiliate faculty at the Duke... Read More → Robyn Meeks researches Pakistan’s energy sector

Maureen Moriarty-Lempke publishes a conflict sensitive land governance tool

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Maureen Moriarty-Lempke,  Lecturing Fellow at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID), has... Read More → Maureen Moriarty-Lempke publishes a conflict sensitive land governance tool

Increased Guatemalan migration to U.S. border linked to agricultural stress, violence, and climate change

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With expectations of another record-breaking increase of people attempting to cross the U.S.- Mexico border... Read More → Increased Guatemalan migration to U.S. border linked to agricultural stress, violence, and climate change

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Were China’s Investments in Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Port a good idea? Duke, National University of Singapore highlight risks

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On February 23, the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) teamed up with the National University... Read More → Were China’s Investments in Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Port a good idea? Duke, National University of Singapore highlight risks

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International Women’s Day webinar showcases research on women’s rights & participation

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From the impacts of COVID-19 on women to groundbreaking research on cash transfers, gender-based violence,... Read More → International Women’s Day webinar showcases research on women’s rights & participation

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Duke Economist discovers missing links in research on women’s land rights

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In West African countries, husbands and wives farm separate pieces of land, but women consistently produce... Read More → Duke Economist discovers missing links in research on women’s land rights

Kerilyn Schewel receives award to study rural development

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Kerilyn Schewel, lecturing fellow at the Duke Center for International Development (DCID), has received an... Read More → Kerilyn Schewel receives award to study rural development

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... 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... Read More → LGBTIQ+ Latin American policymakers stress the need for stronger political institutions, community activism

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