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September 25, 2020

Remembering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

America lost a powerful champion for human rights and women’s equality under the law with the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She helped to level the playing field through…
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May 23, 2016

Education for Adolescent Girls in Conflict: What’s Working?

By: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

By Amb. Melanne Verveer Originally posted on Devex here. As the international community gears up for the very first World Humanitarian Summit focusing on solutions to the most intractable humanitarian challenges, educating displaced…
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September 30, 2015

Where Women are Leading the Peace

By: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

By Ambassador Melanne Verveer Originally posted in Foreign Policy here. The civil war in South Sudan has ravaged the world’s youngest country, resulting in a catastrophic humanitarian toll. The signing of a…
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June 12, 2015

On the Red Couch with Ambassador Melanne Verveer

By: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

Originally posted on Flipboard here. Amb. Melanne Verveer has spent more than 20 years fighting for women’s equality, in the White House during the Bill Clintonadministration, as the CEO of an international…
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December 18, 2014

The Great Unfinished Business of the Beijing Platform for Action

By: Ambassador Melanne Verveer

This essay by Ambassador Melanne Verveer was originally included in a publication by the Wilson Center’s Women in Public Service Project entitled Beijing+20: Looking Back and the Road Ahead, Reflections on…
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