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2016 Fourth Quarter Newsletter

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Recapping the recent efforts led by the Richardson Center for Global Engagement. To view the newsletter click here »

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Power Grab in Gambia: A U.S. News Op-Ed By Governor Richardson

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Governor Richardson comments on the precarious future of Gambia post-election, and calls on the support of the United States and international allies for the Gambian people in an effort to bring about true and lasting progress. His op-ed can be found here: http://www.usnews.com/opinion/world-report/articles/2016-12-15/gambias-president-is-trying-a-power-grab-after-losing

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Richardson Center Contributes Financial Enforcement Expertise to Freeland Foundation’s Anti-Poaching Training Course

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Freeland Foundation is a world renowned NGO that builds model training programs to combat wildlife exploitation.  With State Department funding from the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement, Freeland assembled a 3-week training anti-poaching pilot course under its flagship program known as DETECT (Detection of Environmental Crime). The pilot course covered all theRead the full article »

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Learning lessons, and looking for bright spots, after the US election

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Four Myanmar women recently travelled to the US to witness the historic election there, and despite many criticisms of the campaign, still found many positives to be taken from the country’s political system.  By MINDY WALKER | FRONTIER THIS YEAR’S United States Presidential election was so divisive that when I told people that I wasRead the full article »

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Richardson Center Statement on Gambian Elections

Friday, December 2, 2016

RICHARDSON CENTER CONGRATULATES GAMBIA ON HISTORIC ELECTIONS, CALLS FOR RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS, INCLUDING AMERICAN FANTA JAWARA The Richardson Center for Global Engagement congratulates the Gambian people and President-elect Adama Barrow on yesterday’s successful election. This is an historic election for the Gambian people and a significant milestone for Gambian democracy. We call on President Yahya Jammeh to respect theRead the full article »

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Fear in The Gambia Before Elections

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

RICHARDSON CENTER CALLS FOR INCREASED INTERNATIONAL ATTENTION ON THE GAMBIA FOLLOWING REPORTS OF IMPENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST POLITICAL PRISONERS The life of Frederick, Maryland mother Fanta Darboe Jawara, who was beaten and wrongfully arrested in April and sentenced to three years in prison on July 20, imperiled New York, NY  – The following is a quote from GovernorRead the full article »

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What will happen after Castro’s death?

Monday, November 28, 2016

Former Ambassador to the U.N. and former Governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson, discusses Fidel Castro’s legacy and analyzes whether his successor and brother Raul Castro will be more liberal. Watch the interview on MSNBC »

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Women to Wisconsin Delegation

Friday, November 11, 2016

From October 25-November 11, 2016, the Richardson Center for Global Engagement hosted four political leaders from Myanmar on the Women to Wisconsin delegation. The delegation was a success and the delegates learned a lot that they could bring back to use in their own campaigns in Myanmar. Learn more about the Women to Wisconsin Delegation »

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Taunggyi Storytellers

Thursday, October 27, 2016

The following story was brought to you by the Richardson Center for Global Engagement which supported two storyteller trainers to work with a civic education and internship program in Taunggyi, Shan State.  The 20 students come from varied backgrounds: three religions, 16 ethnic groups and many states and divisions in Myanmar. The mission was toRead the full article »

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In Rare Encounter, a Private U.S. Delegation Visits North Korea

Saturday, October 8, 2016

A private American delegation visited North Korea last month — two weeks after the country’s most recent nuclear bomb test — in a low-key humanitarian mission carried out with the Obama administration’s support, the organizer and the White House said Friday. The visit appeared to be the first face-to-face contact in North Korea between suchRead the full article »

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