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Intern Spotlight: Sehar Jamal

Learning Life’s student interns this fall 2019 are, among other things, supporting our Family Diplomacy Initiative (FDI), planning for the World Affairs Pipeline, and world learning excursions with our children in Washington DC.  Sehar Jamal, interviewed below, has thus far been helping with FDI planning, world learning excursions, plus research on funding and else.  Where were you born and raised? I was born in Maryland, ...

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Intern Spotlight: Amber Spalek

Learning Life’s student interns this fall 2019 are, among other things, supporting our Family Diplomacy Initiative (FDI), planning for the World Affairs Pipeline, and world learning excursions with our children in Washington DC.  Amber Spalek, interviewed below, started interning with Learning Life in May, and happily for us, decided to continue interning this fall.   Where were you born and raised? I was born and raised ...

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Five Reasons Why Diplomacy Should Involve Families

Our world is becoming more complex and interdependent as more people, goods, services and interactions flow across national borders.  This changing global reality has triggered xenophobic, sometimes violent reactions that have been validated and amplified by political activists and opportunistic leaders.  Diplomacy is rightly upheld as an important response to the mounting tensions within and between some countries, but diplomacy ...

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CDI is now FDI

As of September 1, 2019, Learning Life’s Citizen Diplomacy Initiative is called the Family Diplomacy Initiative (FDI) to more accurately represent the family form of citizen diplomacy we are developing.  To learn more about FDI, click here.

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