Archive 2020

A Silent Country: Giving a Voice to the People of Eritrea by Mahdi Ibrahim (A’23)

by heatherbarry
A Silent Country: Giving a Voice to the People of Eritrea by Mahdi Ibrahim (A’23) Jul 06

When I was in the seventh grade, I recall my mother asking me to keep my aunt in my prayers while she was moving to a different country. Her request sounded a bit extreme at first—to actively pray for someone for merely moving, and the fact that my mother had never asked me to pray for someone before made it all the more puzzling—but I figured that my mom simply wanted to be safe, and I thought nothing of it. It was not until months later that my mother told me the full story, and only then did I understand the magnitude of her move and my mother’s request.

Jul 01

Immediate Inspiration: The Activism of Courage Fund Cambodia by Amelia Miller (A’22)

by tuftsigl

When I heard from the Courage Fund Cambodia (CFC) in May that I had been chosen to be an intern with their organization, I was ecstatic. Earlier in the year, when I had looked over the list of Oslo Scholars internships, Courage Fund Cambodia had stood out to me immediately.

Jun 23

Careers in Diplomacy and Security by Haitong Du (A’22)

by tuftsigl

Many IGL graduates aspire to start a career in diplomacy and security. On June 10th, the Tufts Institute for Global Leadership held a webinar on “Careers in Diplomacy and Security” featuring two alumni sharing their perspectives on working in these fields.