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Research Article: Hopelessness and Corruption: Overlooked Drivers of Migration from the Northern Triangle of Central America, Eric Olson and Joy Olson Blog: The pandemic reveals...

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Meet the Guest: María Estela Rivero Fuentes

María Estela Rivero Fuentes SHARE MEL-KM Director Pulte Institute for Global Development María Estela Rivero Fuentes is the Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning, and Knowledge...

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Meet the Guest: Abby Córdova

Abby Córdova Associate Professor of Global Affairs Keough School of Global Affairs Abby Córdova is an associate professor of global affairs in the Keough School of Global...

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Rowan Mackenzie: ‘Seeing myself through the lens of a character’ Locked Up Living Podcast (2020)...

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Dialogue Project Civic Health Project Harvard Business Review: 3 Strategies to Address Political Polarization in the Workplace Better Arguments Project The Atlantic: Why we should...

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Health and Society

School Choice: Courtney Martin

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Courtney Martin, activist and author of Learning in Public: Lessons for a Racially Divided America from My Daughter’s School,...

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Tom Hare Senior Technical Associate Pulte Institute for Global Development I first experienced the Central American region as an exchange student at the University of Central...

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Global Affairs

Beyond the Border: Navigating the paths to migration

What is the current reality in Central America and why are people leaving the region? Global affairs experts will provide context to this question by giving an overview of the...

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Career Development

Virtual Panel: Success Stories of Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame

Members of the Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame will discuss their personal and career choices since their college years. Many are pioneers and leaders in their career paths and aim...

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Science and Technology

TEC Talks: Identity and Power

How do you prove that you are who you say you are? As our world becomes increasingly digitized, automated, and algorithmically operated, digital identity schemes are becoming an...

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Science and Technology

TEC Talks: Workers and Power

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on essential workers: grocery workers who keep shelves stocked with food and cleaning supplies, truckers who transport goods across the...

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