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Education, Empowerment, and Awareness: Addressing Women’s Issues in Indonesia

Hundreds of middle school, high school, and university students attended @america on the afternoon of January 6 for a special screening of “Girl Rising,” a documentary showcasing stories of girls from around the world on how education helped them make meaningful changes to the world around them.  Following the screening of Bahasa Indonesia-subtitled stories from ...
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U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) – 2014 Large Grants Program Competition

AMBASSADORS FUND FOR CULTURAL PRESERVATION 2014 LARGE GRANTS PROGRAM REQUEST FOR PROJECT ABSTRACT DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 2014  The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta is now accepting project proposals for the U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP) 2013 Large Grants Program competition. The application process takes place in two rounds: Project Abstract (Round 1) and Full ...
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The Asia Rebalance Is Here to Stay

by Daniel R. Russel Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs The security and prosperity of the United States are inextricably linked to the peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific. That’s why nearly five years ago President Obama decided to make engagement in this region a strategic priority of the United States. And that’s ...
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The Asia Rebalance Is Here to Stay

The security and prosperity of the United States are inextricably linked to the peaceful development of the Asia-Pacific. That’s why nearly five years ago President Obama decided to make engagement in this region a strategic priority of the United States. And that’s why 2013 has been a year of intense diplomatic engagement in Asia, as ...
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