Posts tagged USA
How to Work for a Government You Don’t Agree With

Here are our top tips for civil servants on how to work for a government you don't agree with.

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Final Issue of Grassroot Diplomat Quarterly Out Now

This issue looks into eye-witness accounts of bigotry, xenophobia, and government shackles, with top tips on how to deal with government indiscretions.

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Myths and Media Perception of Muslims

“All Muslims should be wiped out,” a friend of mine says while we discuss the recent events unfolding around ISIS. 

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Zuriel Oduwale: 12-year-old Super Journalist

This month, we feature Nigeria-born Zuriel Oduwale as "Model Citizen of the Month". Zuriel is the youngest person in the world to be featured in Forbes Magazine and is one of Africa’s 100 Most Influential People of 2013. Zuriel wants to understand why girls in developing countries have little access to education.  

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How to Attract Significant Government Attention

Being heard and enacting social reform is not just a problem under authoritarian regimes. Even in democracies, where newspapers have been filled with headlines on people crying out for change, we see little development or legislative change. Here are a couple of points which will help you achieve attention of governments and help you lobby your case. Persistence and preparation are key.

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