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In her talk, “Forging Lasting Peace: Movements for Justice in a Pluralist World,” Gbowee wove personal stories with what she sees as the tenets, the requirements, of successful peace-building movements – movements that not only end conflict but ensure dignity for all citizens.

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The Cornell Chinese Students and Scholars Association and Cornell REAL A Capella created a Chinese version of the alma mater as a gift to the university on the occasion of Cornell's 157th anniversary.

Launched by the Office of Global Learning (OGL), the story circles initiative is intended to bridge the gaps in intercultural understanding between Cornell’s international and domestic populations. 

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Leymah Gbowee, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner and activist, will give the annual Bartels World Affairs Lecture.

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Eleanor Paynter and Rachel Beatty Riedl, Migrations postdoctoral fellow and faculty member respectively, co-write this article about how a new United Kingdom program will endanger migrants, not protect them. 

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These six students, with their participation in programs through Global Cornell, the David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement and their colleges, demonstrate Cornell’s commitments to purposeful discovery and changing lives through public engagement.

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A visiting critic in the Institute for European Studies, part of the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, Dmitry Bykov will be in residence for one to two years, engaging with Cornell faculty and students and completing several writing projects.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020, Cornell’s international students were faced with a tough decision: Return home before borders closed and risk uncertainty about re-entering the U.S., or remain on campus far away from loved ones.

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Our Global Hub at the University of Sydney will promote collaborative research between institutions and offer students reciprocal exchange opportunities.

Learn more about Global Hubs

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A Migrations initiative collaboration led by the Einaudi Center's Migrations team is crossing medicine, law, technology, and communication and aiming to encourage the increased use of healthcare benefits by refugees in the U.S.—who often suffer poor health but are using these entitlements less than they have in the

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