In the past four decades, since the disastrous events of the Stonewall Inn in 1969, the United States has undergone rigorous legal transformations to eliminate various discriminatory laws against its LBGT community. Many of...KEEP READING
Empowering Women Through Public Diplomacy
In recognition of the recent State of Women and Power of Empowered Women (PoEW) Summits, CPD is highlighting the role of women on the global stage. From rockstars to world leaders, the collection of stories below showcase the myriad ways women have shaped public diplomacy projects, gender norms and human rights. Here are some highlights:
Markos Kounalakis on whether America could elect a woman as president.
CPD hosted 11 of the 14 recipients of this year's award. Here's what they had to say.
First ladies have long been an important part of a nation’s public diplomacy. Now their role is ever more pronounced.
Insight on the role of women as practitioners of public diplomacy and the impact of PD projects on women’s lives.
And a few more from the CPD Blog archive:
- XX Diplomacy—When Women Lead, the World Improves
- Croatia's First Female President?
- Finding Common Ground from Pakistan to New Orleans
- Israeli, Yemeni, and Funky: The Musical Diplomacy of A-WA
- Female Fight Club
- Remembering Evelyn Lieberman (1944-2015)
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