“Coronavirus Response in South Africa”

By Jackie Curnick on Thursday, April 30, 2020 A link to join the online program will be sent to the email address you provide with your registration. The program will also be streamed live on the ICFRC Facebook Page! As projections and fears rise about how COVID-19 will impact sub-saharan Africa, South Africa has institutedContinue reading ““Coronavirus Response in South Africa””

“Can Youth Reduce Their Risk of Joining a Gang If Their Families Are Stronger? A 4-Year U.S. Government-Funded Project in Honduras Says Yes”

By Robyn Braverman on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 Click Here to Watch This Program! Robyn Braverman is a proven leader with more than 30 years of experience in international development. She has worked directly in a developing country context, including in Honduras, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, and Cuba, for more than 20Continue reading ““Can Youth Reduce Their Risk of Joining a Gang If Their Families Are Stronger? A 4-Year U.S. Government-Funded Project in Honduras Says Yes””

“Scaling Up Our World View in the Face of COVID-19”

By Janice Weiner on Thursday, April 16, 2020 Click Here to Watch This Program! Janice Weiner is a graduate of Iowa City West, Princeton University and Stanford Law School. She practiced law before joining the U.S. State Department in 1987. Her postings included East Berlin, Turkey, Belgium, Poland, Canada, Mexico, as Consul General in Düsseldorf,Continue reading ““Scaling Up Our World View in the Face of COVID-19””

“Observations from Afar: Recent Elections in Taiwan and Implications”

By Dave Wu on Thursday, April 9, 2020 Click Here to Watch This Program! Dave was born in Taiwan, and grew up in Canada.  Dave’s professional training was focused on Engineering and Business Management – Ph.D. in Mechanical  Engineering from the University of Toronto, and Master of Business Administration from the Arizona State University.  HeContinue reading ““Observations from Afar: Recent Elections in Taiwan and Implications””