Advancing the full participation of girls and women is not only a matter of human rights; it is also a strategic global imperative.
Dallas Faces Race
In 2013, the Embrey Family Foundation committed to contributing $650,000 over three years in order to support the 2014 Facing Race conference in Dallas. As a way to move into meaningful and collaborative racial equity work in Dallas, the Embrey Family Foundation is collaborating with Applied Research Center to train and build capacity with local nonprofit partners to bring racial issues to the fore and focus on movement building toward needed solutions. This effort will build towards the 2014 conference and establish a young leaders' coalition in Dallas that will own the Dallas Faces Race movement and help build a richly diverse and inclusive city of the future they can call their own.
The 12th and final Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting has officially begun, with leaders from around the world gathering in New York City to celebrate a legacy of turning ideas into action—as well as …