Video and Multimedia
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- Rethinking Good Governance
Hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations, Brian Levy, a senior adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, explores the relationship between economic progress and good governance.
- A Military Perspective on Humanitarian Intervention
In this event from the Council on Foreign Relations, experts discuss what makes military and humanitarian interventions successful, as well as the impacts of Islamist terrorism and scarce resources on such interventions.
- The Role of International Institutions in Advancing Human Rights
From the Council on Foreign Relations, Mark P. Lagon highlights the role of multilateral institutions in advocating for the advancement of human rights.
- Emily Oster: Flip your thinking on AIDS in Africa
In this TED talk, Emily Oster reexamines our knowledge about HIV/AIDS in Africa through an economics lens and reorients our strategy in battling the disease.
- Mechai Viravaidya: How Mr. Condom made Thailand a Better Place
For TED, Mechai Viravaidya discusses the successes of family planning and child mortality reduction programs in Thailand and the role of condoms in raising Thailand’s standard of living.
- Leymah Gbowee: Unlock the Intelligence, Passion, Greatness of Girls
Nobel laureate Leymah Gbowee speaks to a TED audience about how we can transform the world by empowering girls.
- “The Worst Place on Earth to Be a Woman”: Healing the Eastern Congo
A short report on HEAL Africa, an organization that aids women healing from injuries sustained from rape and assault in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
- The United Nations Millennium Development Goals
This United Nations webpage on the Millennium Development Goals provides background on the goals, a calendar of important events, multimedia resources, and ways you can help achieve the goals.
- Millennium Challenge Corporation
From the United States Congress, the Millennium Challenge Corporation provides assistance to countries to meet development goals. Its website includes information on its selection criteria, its programs and activities, its countries and country tools, documentation of its results, and multimedia resources.
- World Health Organization
As the public health arm of the United Nations, the World Health Organization provides leadership in global health. Its website features health data, information on countries and programs, a library of its publications, and a media center.
- Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is a private foundation that supports activities in global health, development, and policy. Online, you can find information on its programs, how it makes grants, and its leadership.
- Global Governance Watch
Global Governance Watch is a project of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies that raises awareness about trends in global governance, particularly in the areas of international organizations, business and human rights, European institutions, and global political Islam.
- Freedom House
Freedom House is an independent watchdog organization that advocates for human rights and publishes the annual report Freedom in the World. Its website hosts information about its programs and initiatives, and provides access to its reports.