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IGL and Fletcher School Co-Sponsor Policy Forum Conference on Challenges and Opportunities in Libya

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IGL and Fletcher School Co-Sponsor Policy Forum Conference on Challenges and Opportunities in Libya Dec 02

Libya Policy Forum III: Challenges and Opportunities was a two day conference and roundtable meeting held on November 20-21 at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. The event gathered some of the most prominent experts, activists and thought leaders on Libya along with other policy makers, NGO representatives, academics and other parties interested or involved in the country’s transition.

 

Dec 02

BUILD LA Hosts lecture on the roots of Micro Finance Organization Accion in Latin America

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In this speaker event co-hosted with Students Helping Honduras, David Firth Bard, manager of institutional partnerships at Accion, spoke about Accion's model and roots in Latin America, as well as gave overviews of financial inclusion in both Ecuador and Honduras, sites of BUILD's projects.

Nov 21

Tufts ALLIES open Civil-Military Conference with Veterans Day Ceremony by Sammy Salkin

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On Friday, November 11th, the Tufts University ALLIES kicked off their third annual Civil-Military Relations Conference by attending the annual Veterans Day Ceremony hosted by Tufts ROTC, the Advocates for Tufts ROTC, and the Tufts University Alumni Association.

Nov 21

Over 60 Students from around the country came together for a Diplomatic Crisis Simulation at CMRC 2016 by Samuel Weitzman

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On Saturday afternoon, over sixty people – including students from Tufts University, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Wellesley College, and the University of Northern Georgia – engaged in the three-hour-long Diplomatic Crisis Simulation.

Nov 09

Empower Presentations by Sean Silbert

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Each year, the Institute for Global Leadership sponsors a group of motivated Tufts University students to pursue social entrepreneurship projects that have a real-world impact.

Nov 08

From Debates to Campfires: EPIIC 2016 Outward Bound Weekend by Alexis Tatore

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While the Tufts dining halls filled with creative, last-minute Halloween costumes, I snuck up to New Hampshire with my EPIIC class to debate collective security and Libya. Missing my first Halloween weekend in college — spooky, right? Well, not exactly.