Generation Rwanda: Two Stories

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As part of the ACE Leadership Training, we had several site visits to bring some of the real world into our discussions. The group visited the Kigali Genocide Memorial.

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Upwardly Global: Bridging the Opportunity Gap for Skilled Immigrants

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with training, support, and exposure to companies looking to hire internationally trained talent. Although that plant was considered a model employer for refugees at the time, Jane met employees who included a former engineer from Iraq and a surgeon from Bosnia. Over 1.8

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Interview with Zainab Salbi, Founder of Women for Women International

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She goes through an intensive training program in an educational track, that teaches her about her rights as a woman in health, economy, society, and politics, among other things. We work in countries like Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, among others.

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In the Voices of Genocide Prevention interview , Christine Karumba said that Honorata now works for Women for Women International training other women to, " understand their role in participating in rebuilding of their community.