To celebrate International Women’s Day, the World Bank spoke to Ambassador Selina Leem for her take on the future of her country, Marshall Islands.
Today marks the six-year anniversary of the Syrian conflict. Ambassador Shahm Maskoun, a Syrian refugee now living in France, shares his story.
Since 1976, the month of February has celebrated Black History Month. At a time where the U.S. is rife with divisive tension, 8 Ambassadors reflect on why this annual observance is vital, and what it means to them.
With Venezuela embroiled in crisis, Ambassador Carlos Vargas provides an inside view on what is developing in the country.
Ambassador, teacher and poet Dillon Ollivierre shares a poem on activism and facilitating change.
In the African context, being male comes with a reluctance to compromise for female-related causes. Ambassador Leroy Mwasaru comments.