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Nontraditional U.S. Public Diplomacy: Past, Present, and Future explores how both innovative and traditional strategies can make for effective public diplomacy. 

June 27, 2018

An eye on Latcho Drom, a film documenting the musical journey of the Romani population from India to Europe.

A two-year project to bring safe, affordable drinking water to more than 50,000 of the poorest residents in Nairobi, Kenya, has now been inaugurated after successful completion earlier this year. The initiative was co-funded by OFID (the OPEC Fund for International Development), the UK Government’s Department for International Development and Borealis and Borouge through their joint corporate social responsibility programme Water for the World™. Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) was responsible for implementation and project management.

The four-day ICT4D Conference that is happening for the first time in India is set to take place at Hyderabad International Convention Centre from Monday. Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao will be inaugurating the conference that will have speakers from government, international and national NGOs, private and civil society organisations share their insights and innovations. They will be giving insights on data sharing, ICT and digital transformation, data visualization and analytics; and discuss their impact on global development challenges....

Mark Donfried, founder and director general of the Berlin-based Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD), is not surprised at the comparatively low level of knowledge in the US about the Arab world, as revealed in a recent YouGov/Arab News survey. “Between 70 and 80 percent of Americans don’t have passports and so don’t go abroad. Most of the ones who do go to Canada and Mexico, some to Europe, but few of them make it to the Middle East,” he said.

Syrian students and academics scattered by war have had their careers and education disrupted. We spoke to the founder of the Jamiya Project, which is trying to reconnect Syrian academics to refugee students through blended online and in-person learning. Syria's Higher Education sector has been wrenched apart by the war. Once-flourishing universities have lost professors, students and facilities to violence and the exodus of 5 million people from the country.

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