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Emerging Voices: foreign policy perspectives from the NextGen

Emerging Voices serves as a platform for YPFP's New York members, providing an opportunity to contribute foreign policy analysis and help shape the organization’s outlook. We welcome submissions from YPFP NY members and invite you to pitch an article. For submission guidelines click here.

Profiling Young Foreign Policy Professionals: Jayson Browder

Jayson Browder has a pretty crazy August ahead of him. As the founder and only staff member of Veterans4Diplomacy, he’s running the organization’s first three-day fellowship program at New York University from August 7 to 9, 2015. Then on August 10, turning around and moving back down to Washington, DC, to start a new position at The White House.

 

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The NY Cal: A Roundup of Foreign Policy-Related Events for August 2015

This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in July. Most events below require RSVPs or tickets. If you have a suggestion for future events, please submit it here.

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The NY Cal: A Roundup of Foreign Policy-Related Events for July 2015

This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in July. Most events below require RSVPs or tickets. If you have a suggestion for future events, please submit it here.

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The Uncondemned: the fight for the first rape conviction in Rwanda

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“We’ve made a lot of very tough people cry,” Michele Mitchell told a group of YPFP NY Members as part of the Women in Foreign Policy Series on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Her new documentary, The Uncondemned, co-directed with Nick Louvel, chronicles the first conviction of rape as a war crime, as perpetrated by Jean-Paul Akayesu in Rwanda during the genocide of 1994.

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The NY Cal: A Round Up of Foreign Policy-related Events in June

This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in June. Most events below require RSVPs or tickets. If you have a suggestion for future events, please submit it here.

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YPFP NY Event FAQs

Have a question about attending a YPFP NY event? Ever wonder about what the protocol is for approaching distinguished guests and speakers?

Our Programming team has pulled together some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to serve as a go-to resource for prospective and current YPFP NY Members. If you have additional questions that are not covered here, please reach out to our Director of Programming Erin Levi, at erin.levi@ypfp.org.

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The NY Cal: A Round-up of Foreign Policy-Related Events for May 2015

This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in May. Most events below require RSVPs or tickets. If you have a suggestion for future events, please submit it here.

 

 

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Reflections on YPFP NY: An 'Exit Interview'

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Kara L. DeDonato and Andrea Zilli in New York on April 2015

Kara L. DeDonato, co-founder of Ginesthoi and Andrea Zilli, portfolio manager at Merrill Lynch, recently stepped down as YPFP NY’s Executive Director and Managing Director, respectively. We caught up in mid-April with Kara and Andrea for a final, “exit interview.” Below are highlights from our conversation.

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The NY Cal: A Round-up of Foreign Policy-Related Events for April 2015

This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in April. Most events below require RSVPs or tickets. If you have a suggestion for future events, please submit it here.

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Announcing New Leadership for YPFP New York

Dear Members,

As of April 1, we are the new Executive Director and Managing Director of YPFP New York. 
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