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Multilevel Financial Responses Supporting Ukraine’s Fight for Democracy

Multilevel Financial Responses Supporting Ukraine’s Fight for Democracy

This article presents immediate multilevel financial responses of international organizations (IMF, WB), the United Sates, the EU and several European countries to support the Ukrainian government to manage economic and…

Summer Policy Academy Sets Young Leaders in Motion

Summer Policy Academy Sets Young Leaders in Motion

Filling the unique niche many high schools and academic institutions overlook, Policy Pathways aims to bring the knowledge, applicability and know-how of public policy to a younger generation.…

The Engaged University: Spotlight on QENO

The Engaged University: Spotlight on QENO

My experience thus far speaks to the power of a university to collaborate with dedicated nonprofit organizations who enhance the quality of life in their communities in areas that government…

Mentoring Our Future

Mentoring Our Future

By sharing our experience and knowledge, we can elevate our profession and prepare for a more successful future for our communities, strengthening the relationship between our constituents and building public…

Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public Service

Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public Service

The American Society for Public Administration, Section on South Asian Public Administration (SASPA) is proud to announce a call for nominations for the 2023 Jai Mangal Paswan Award for Public…

American University Summer Diversity Program Academy Call for Applications

American University Summer Diversity Program Academy Call for Applications

American University's (AU) School of Public Affairs Summer Diversity Academy is seeking applications for its inaugural 2022 class of scholars.…

How Much Do I Care?

How Much Do I Care?

Leaders must seek every competitive advantage possible to attract and retain the best talent, and even once an employee is onboarded, must remain vigilant as other companies will continue to…

Solidarity in Fractured Times

Solidarity in Fractured Times

When leading communities through crisis, it is important to understand how we can stand in solidarity with others, and learn from our past in the hope of improving our future.…

Ushering Reforms in Civil Services Capacity Building in India Through Mission Karmayogi

Ushering Reforms in Civil Services Capacity Building in India Through Mission Karmayogi

The reform of civil services is meant to raise the quality of public services delivered to the citizens and enhance the capacity to carry out core government functions, thereby, leading…

An Approach to Reparations for Black Americans

An Approach to Reparations for Black Americans

We need to think of reparations as an aggressive investment in programs that would better enable all Black people to successfully compete in the socio-economic system. …

Democracy, Change and Montesquieu: A Way Forward for Public Administration

Democracies offer possibilities of the re-imagination of places, spaces and leaders and in doing so, it gives the community meaning and value. …