Atlas Corps Highlights Importance of Professional Exchanges for Youth at State Department Event

Atlas Corps Highlights Importance of Professional Exchanges for Youth at State Department Event

Eighty Atlas Corps Fellows from 40 countries gathered at the State Department to share their unique perspectives on “Inspiring Youth Opportunity through Global Exchange.”

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Health Surveillance in the Arctic: IVLP Participants Convene in Minneapolis and Alaska

Health Surveillance in the Arctic: IVLP Participants Convene in Minneapolis and Alaska

An International Visitor Leadership Program group of nine researchers from member countries of the Arctic Council will meet in the United States over the next 10 days to address public health, medical research and Arctic science issues.

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State Department Recognizes 2018 Emerging Young Leaders

State Department Recognizes 2018 Emerging Young Leaders

Zina Salim Hassan Hamu began her journey as a photographer after fleeing with her family from ISIS-occupied areas in Iraq. Zina found herself at the Khanke camp for Internally Displaced Persons in Iraq’s Kurdistan region.

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Marie Royce Sworn In as Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs

Marie Royce Sworn In as Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs

Marie Royce was sworn into office on May 9 at the U.S. Department of State. Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan provided opening remarks, highlighting Royce’s background participating in and promoting international exchange programs.

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Music & Film Diplomacy at the State Department

Music & Film Diplomacy at the State Department

The U.S. Department of State has long recognized the role of music in diplomacy, with its emphasis on free expression, improvisation, and democratic and collaborative teamwork.

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