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News & Events

The Institute's experts remain actively engage in related field through other institutional affiliations. Below are events and news items that either directly involve IST experts themselves or that our experts believe merit wider attention.


Recent News Articles

National Security and Women
Sep/12/2016 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli moderated a conference on National Security and Women's Insecurity: Why Women Matter in Foreign Policy organized by The Bush School at Texas A&M. The discussion included former United Nations and US State Department advisers on international women's issues.


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Talking Policy: Charlotte Ponticelli on Afghanistan
Mar/11/2016 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli is interviewed by World Policy Journal about the work of the US - Afghan Women's Council.


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On Afghan Women
Jun/15/2015 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlie Ponticelli spoke on June 15th to a California panel entitled "The Situation of Women in Afghanistan: Priorities, Challenges and Possilbities," sponsored by the Santa Barbara Committee on Foreign Relations. Charlie was als cited by Al Jazeera America regarding the status of sugarcane workers in the Dominican Republic.


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Graduate Course on Educational and Community Development Policies
Jan/03/2015 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli is a Lecturer at Catholic University of America's School of Buiniess and Economics where she is teaching this semester's graduate level course on Global Education & Community Development Policies.


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Improving Labor Conditions in the Dominican Republic
Jun/12/2014 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli spoke at a Clarkson-Montesinos Institute conference to address challenging worker conditions in the Dominican Republic's sugar industry.


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Afghan Women - the Impact of Nato's Withdrawal
Jan/20/2014 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlie Ponticelli continues to speak publicly about the impact of Nato's withdrawal from Afghanistan on its women to the Committees on Foreign Relations in Lousiville, Boise, Birmingham and Indianapolis.


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The Situation for Women in Afghanistan in Light of Nato's Withdrawal
Nov/14/2013 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli spoke to the Louisville Committee on Foreign Relations about the impact of the Nato military drawdown on gains previously made by Afghan women. Ms. Ponticelli is Program Director and Advisor at the American Committees on Foreign Relations.


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What Will Happen to Afghanistan Women When Nato Withdraws?
Nov/13/2013 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

On November 13, Ms. Charlotte Ponticelli will spoke on the issue of "What Will Happen to Afghanistan Women When Nato Withdraws?" at the Indianapolis Committee on Foreign Relations.


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Gains by Afghan, Iraqi Women at Risk
Sep/09/2013 Author: Charlotte Ponticelli

Charlotte Ponticelli was interviewed by the Wichita Eagle city newspaper about the status of womens rights in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Ms. Ponticelli was in Kansas to give a presentation on the issue to the Wichita Committee on Foreign Relations.


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