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Increasing the Capacity of Pakistani Women Journalists

Amongst a rampant anti-press rhetoric, 2018 concluded as one of the deadliest years for journalists around the world. A report released by advocacy groupReporters without Boarders outlined statistics showing that last year 348 journalists were detained...

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Bhutan - Extraordinarily Different and Emphatically Un-Spoilt

Bhutan is a fresh slice of authenticity, perched in the foothills of the Himalayas and sandwiched between the populous nations of China and India. Bhutan is a needle in a haystack. Extraordinarily different and emphatically un-spoilt.

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Bhutan State and Local Government – from the Himalayas to the Rocky Mountains

Bhutan has guarded its sovereignty earnestly and is now nurturing its democracy with a prudent transition into modernity. Flying in from this Himalayan mountainous nation, and landing in the shade of the Rockies, in November 4 Bhutanese.

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Julia Ioffe - What Does Putin Want? 

Julia Ioffe came to WorldDenver with a decisive message about Putin. Though Russia seems to be cloaked in mystery, the country’s principal objective is to simply keep pounding the State’s power, impact and influence worldwide.

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Building Civil Society - Brazilian Non-Profits in Denver

The U.S. Department of State funded an International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), which brought 11 members from non-profit organizations (NGOs) in Brazil, to learn from and build partnerships with similar organizations in the two countries.

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The Saudi Line and American Politics

Following the breaking murder story of Jamal Khashoggi and the harrowing details that have emerged. Wood disclosed his theories on the assassination, offered a historical breakdown of Saudi’s current global stance, and US' stance.

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Denver Fall with Latin American and Caribbean Entrepreneurs

Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Fall delegation landed in World Denver this September. The group of 13 were selected by the U.S government as entrepreneurs from the Caribbean and Latin America.

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Putin’s Cyber and Geopolitical Games/ What Does He Really Want?

On 24th October 2018, Robert Dannenberg, a 24 year veteran of the CIA, captivated WorldDenver members by articulating the notion that Putin is seemingly: meddling within worldwide election processes; extending influence into a number of key countries...

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A Promising Future: Girls, Aviation and STEM Careers

On 26th October, Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (GSTEM) hosted an encouraging networking event for high school girls in partnership with Women in Aviation International (WAI).

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Visitors from Ukraine - A Global Learning Experience for All

On Friday, October 26, 2018 Mortensen Elementary School had the pleasure of hosting visitors from Ukraine who were in the United States to learn about how we educate children with disabilities.

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