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Celebrating Young Leaders’ Accomplishments

I haven’t traveled to very many places other than Congo, so I’m not sure if this is the case anywhere else, but my trips for CLI always have a strange way of allowing me to look at life in the United States … Continue reading

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A Year in Review, CLI Edition

This is a guest post from Deputy Director, Emily Ballard A little over a year ago if someone had mentioned the Democratic Republic of the Congo to me, it stirred up very little information in my mind. I knew about … Continue reading

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CLI at the UN’s UNiTE Breakfast

On Wednesday, CLI’s CEO Nathaniel Houghton was lucky enough to attend a breakfast commemorating the 15th anniversary of the creation of the UN’s Trust Fund to End Violence against Women. The event included delegates from all over the world and … Continue reading

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CLI and Women in the Congo

It’s no secret that the Congo is one of the worst places in the world to be a woman. Though this is one of many problems facing the DRC, CLI believes that it is one the deserves special attention within … Continue reading

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Continuity

It is impossible at the outset to know with certainty that a theory of social change is going to work in practice. Ideas are great, but results make change. Nevertheless, this makes it all the more gratifying when it’s clear … Continue reading

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