Posts tagged 2-casestudy
Failed to Impress

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, reflects on world of 2017 and lays out plans for the new diplomatic future.

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Is Traditional Diplomacy Redundant Against the Work of International Relations?

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa opens questions about the differences between diplomacy and international relations in our modern age. 

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Albert Poggio: The Star of Gibraltar

A look into why Albert Poggio, the UK Representative of Gibraltar, became a grassroot diplomat in 2015.

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Renaissance Man: George Freeman MP Reinventing Business in Britain's Countrysides

Seeking to revolutionise mainstream politics, George Freeman MP gave up his business career to challenge politics and return power to the people, then became a grassroot diplomat.

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Frank Field MP Demonstrates Climate Change Entrepreneurship in Parliament

Frank Field MP is something of an oddity around Westminster and a perfect grassroot diplomat.

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Unleashing Talent of Generation-Y

Consultant Khadija Hamouchi dives into the wide talents of young people that society has left behind.

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Creating the Best Diplomats

CEO Talyn Rahman-Figueroa describes new programmes that Grassroot Diplomat is developing to ensure that we are creating the absolute best diplomats on the ground.

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Why Joining the Diplomatic Service was Never for Me

Talyn Rahman-Figueroa, CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, opens up about her reasons why she decided to not join the Foreign Service. See what she means in her latest Founder's blog.

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Councillor Karen Bellamy Raises the Bar above Poverty

Councillor Karen Bellamy is one of the hardest working Councillor in the borough, who had set up food banks and other centres for people to donate to just to save families from starvation. She has spent much of her time bringing education into families whose language may not be English and creating a community where people look out for each other. 

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The Not-So Inexperienced Youths

Hiring the right workforce in this unfavourable economic climate is vital for businesses. In times of crisis, companies are understandably relying on the hiring of an experienced workforce to maintain their level of competition in global markets. But what if the key to success and competition lied also in the hiring of unexperienced youths? 

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Robert Buckland Standing up for the Rights of People with Autism

Winning the 2013 Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award, Member of Parliament Robert Buckland has been one of the most outspoken champions on autistic rights particularly on special education during his term in parliament since his 2010 inauguration.

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