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Human Rights Student Builds Skill Set to Effect Change Back Home in Indonesia
Dian Agustino’s human rights work began at an Islamic boarding school in her native Indonesia. Backed by a Fulbright scholarship, she began confronting issues related to peace building, women’s representation, sexual and reproductive health, and global health before she graduated with her masters in international human rights.
Albright: Academics, Universities Essential in Fight Against Fascism
Madeleine Albright, the first female secretary of state and daughter of Josef Korbel, discusses her belief that institutions of higher learning and research are essential components of the fight against fascism, arguing that today's students are better informed and more capable of fighting totalitarian ideas around the world.
Climate Change Expert Joins Korbel's Pardee Center
Brian O’Neill has built a career around the threat of global climate change. Now, he's joined the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures at Korbel, offering his expertise to research developing predictions for what the world might look like in the future as climate change influences global economics and politics.