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How Transparency Can Lead to Peace

Pulling back the curtain, eradicating corruption, and protecting democracy. By Maria Paula Correa, Senior Director of Strategic Engagement, ConcordiaRead More

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The Role of Cross-Sector Collaboration in Combating Corruption in Latin America

Eradicating corruption is critical to a sustainable future for Latin America.Read More

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COLOMBIAN PRESIDENT JUAN MANUEL SANTOS TO GIVE CLOSING REMARKS AT THE CONCORDIA AMERICAS SUMMIT IN BOGOTÁ

Summit to address regional corruption, implementation of Colombian peace deal, and investment in the Sustainable Development GoalsRead More

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Urban Technical Extension: Recognizing Needs in Our Own Backyard

Many students attending urban universities can go their entire academic career without getting to know their neighbors, leading to the formation of stigmas and cultural barriers for both parties. Drexel University, located in the designated promise zone of West Philadelphia, strives to reduce university-to-neighborhood boundaries by creating a more integrated experience for students and community… Read More

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Stopping Labor Trafficking: the People’s Movement

Myanmar migrant workers in Thailand petition for greater rights from Thai seafood industry.Read More

"WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 07:  CIA Director John Brennan speaks on stage during the 2016 Global Partnership Practitioners Forum at the United States Institute of Peace on March 7, 2016 in Washington, DC.  (Photo by Leigh Vogel/Getty Images for Concordia)"

Public-Private Partnerships: Working toward Sustainability

Center for Transformational Partnerships, USAIDRead More

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17 IN 17: PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

By Twila N. Tschan, Communications Coordinator at PeaceTech LabRead More

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Youth unemployment is a huge problem for Latin America: How entrepreneurship could be a solution with the right P3 environment

By Cheryl He, Research Manager at ConcordiaRead More

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Land of the Free, or Home of the Enslaved? A 2017 Roadmap for National Freedom Day

Co-authored by Concordia's Director of Social Impact, Hanne Dalmut, and Ambassador Paula J. Dobriansky, Senior Fellow, Harvard University JFK Belfer Center and former Under Secretary of State for Global AffairsRead More

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2017: A Year of Strategic Growth for Concordia

A letter from the Co-FoundersRead More

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Photo taken on September 1, 2011 shows migrant laborers sorting fish as they work on a Thai fishing boat in Sattahip, Thailand's Rayong province. Thousands of men from Myanmar and Cambodia set sail on Thai fishing boats every day, but many are unwilling seafarers -- slaves forced to work in brutal conditions under threat of death. AFP PHOTO / Nicolas ASFOURI (Photo credit should read NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)

Responsible Recruitment Methods

On December 15th, Concordia, in partnership with the NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights and Omnia Strategy, sponsored a virtual conversation about relevant takeaways from the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights and introduced three questions. The below is a response submitted by Dr. Katrina Nakamura, founder of the Sustainability Incubator in Hawaii. Read More