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City-to-city partnerships across the world increase investment in local communities, attract international students, increase tourism, and enrich civil society.
Godeliève Mukasarasi is a Rwandan social worker, genocide survivor, and rural development activist. In 2018, she was recognized as an International Woman of Courage by the United States Department of State.
Every year awardees of the International Women of Courage Award embark on a ten day International Visitor Leadership Program.
41 women entrepreneurs from around the world arrived in Washington, D.C. to begin their International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP).
James Morrissey, a 2011 alumnus of the Critical Language Scholarship Program, shares his insights on entrepreneurship and attending the Global Entrepreneurship Summit.
Earlier this month, the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth welcomed IVLP alumna Riham Awad to Dallas, Texas.
The U.S. Department of State honored a group of extraordinary young leaders with the Emerging Young Leaders Award. These inspiring youth from around the world will be recognized for their tenacity and courage to promote conflict resolution and prevent violence in their communities.
Get to know the 2017 emerging young leaders in this video. The Emerging Young Leaders Award is granted to 10 outstanding leaders across the globe.
In 2000, two years before he left Congress, Benjamin A. Gilman worked with his colleagues to establish the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program. This program has since provided over 19,000 scholarships to U.S. undergraduate students who receive Federal Pell grants.
In March 2010 Jestina Mukoko was one of ten human rights defenders honored in the U.S. State Department's International Women of Courage Awards, she returned as an alumni in 2016.