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We are excited to announce that proposals are now open for the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN) Summit on Thursday, October 13, 2022 at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Please join us in applying to be a part of the biggest Summit yet!

Congrats to the 2021/2022 cohort of MINN Fellows! Our Fellows represent a variety of global communities and bring powerful and essential voices to conversations around international development in Minnesota. The MINN Fellowship seeks to foster diverse viewpoints in the MINN community, provide professional enrichment, pursue networking opportunities, build long-lasting relationships, and elevate voices within MINN and the international development community in Minnesota.

We're excited to announce a new project hosted by MINN's Anti-Racism Task Force. 

Starting Sept. 7, we'll hold an article club bi-monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. These 45-min. online sessions will take place over the lunch hour. 

Through this series of guided discussions, participants will:

We're committed to bringing together Minnesota's international NGO practitioners to connect, share ideas, and learn from one another's expertise. We can't do it without you, and we're excited to share our progress in the 2021 annual report. Below is a snapshot, but you can view and download the full report here.

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MINN is a volunteer led organization and our mission is made possible by the work of  dedicated, talented volunteers. Volunteering with MINN is a great way to meet fellow international practitioners, learn from your peers, and gain valuable experience and connections.