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Women in Public Diplomacy
The role of women in public diplomacy is sometimes overlooked, but the work inspired and accomplished by women results in widespread impacts. Women were highlighted in the news this week, from the story of Cris Comerford, who came from the Philippines to the United States to become the White House Executive Chef, to the "first of their kind" canonization of Palestine nuns Marie-Alphonsine Danil Ghattas and Maryam Baouardy by Pope Francis.
- Confronting the Feminist Narrative Through Digital Diplomacy - Deutsche Welle
- White House Executive Chef on 'Culinary Diplomacy' and Learning to Cook in the Philippines - Asia Society
- ‘Social Peace Interests Investors: Role of Women, How Minorities are Treated’- The Financial ExpressGreat
- Women in Spotlight at Cannes Film Festival - BBC News
- Banning Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria - A Major Step Forward - Huffington Post
- Pope Francis Extends Agenda of Change to Vatican Diplomacy - Reuters
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