Welcome from MINN's New President: Shari Mohabir

  • Posted on: 7 February 2013
  • By: minnesotangos

Greetings,

I am this year’s (volunteer) President of what we hope will be a stellar year of growth, opportunity and endless professional networking for MINN members. Just a little about myself…I am a recent MPA grad from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs with a focus in global health, human resources, food, sustainability and agriculture. 

MINN Cosponsorship: Global Health Priorities in Today's World - Sat., October 13

  • Posted on: 15 November 2012
  • By: minnesotangos

Attention MINN Members - receive the discounted cosponsor registration fee for the Minnesota International Center's 5th Annual Great Decisions Conference: Global Health Priorities in Today's World. The conference will be held on Saturday, October 13, and the $45 registration includes a continental breakfast buffet and individual boxed lunch. More details below.

Norway House Peace Dialogue on Arab Spring/Syria and NGO Expo (Nov 14)

  • Posted on: 16 October 2012
  • By: kbaumgae

MINN is pleased to enter into a partnership with the Norway House and its now annual Dialogue for Peace, for the second year in a row.  You are invited to participate in "The Arab Spring 2.0", which includes a presentation by featured speaker, Rol Willy Hansen who is the Norwegian Ambassador to Syria, who will speak to his experience in Syria.  Join the conversation in the panel discussion spotlighting the Arab Spring and its significant in global relations. 

What You Missed: Elections and Civil Society MINN event on July 12, 2012

  • Posted on: 28 August 2012
  • By: kbaumgae

While the US public focuses on upcoming presidential elections this fall, nearly 70 nations are or have already gone to the polls. Ground-breaking elections in Egypt, France, Mexico and Libya are having a profound effect on the global politics and development. To better understand these issues, on July 12, the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN) hosted a panel discussion on elections and civil society in the developing world. Mr.

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