The Public Diplomat
Ideas and research: The intercultural transference of both of these is crucial to The Public Diplomat’s mission of multicultural engagement. Members seek to utilize various media platforms and methods to explain public diplomacy.
The Public Diplomat is a forward-moving organization that understands the need to adapt and to change viewpoints, and perhaps most importantly, is dedicated to honesty. Practicing public diplomacy in our contemporary environment means learning about and appreciating that which is different from ourselves and our own ways of doing and being. This effort is meant to produce long-lasting relationships and discover other ways of life in an open, public space.
A common misunderstanding is that public diplomacy is strictly about politics and government, but there are numerous types of diplomacy under the umbrella of public diplomacy: Sports diplomacy, art diplomacy and food diplomacy, for example. Essentially, public diplomacy includes any cultural realm with a common ground that has the potential to bring people together. If you have a story, a research paper or any other ideas, we’d love to hear from you.
"This organization is interested in cultural diplomacy, sports diplomacy, art diplomacy, food diplomacy, and just about anything else that can inspire disparate sets of people to engage and find common ground."
Together Liberia is a pilot media development project intended to empower local communicators to share their own stories through training, equipment donations and relationship building.
As part of South Side to South Africa project, students told the stories of the South Side of Syracuse and Grahamstown, South Africa.
Each Summer Newhouse students have the opportunity to study with filmmakers and production companies in Mumbai, India.
The Public Diplomat’s mission is to explain public diplomacy by providing a multi-media platform for ideas, research and events that catalyze the engaging of different cultures.
Opportunities for visual storytelling and communication students to work in Liberia, Nepal and Pakistan.
Opportunities for visual storytelling and communication students to work in Pakistan.
Deadline Extended to 3/24! The Accountability Lab Fellowship is the leading, multi-disciplinary program for students interested in transforming development outcomes through a focus on accountability, transparency, and open governance. The Newhouse Center for Global Engagement and the Accountability Lab have partnered to encourage students work in Pakistan, Liberia, Nepal, and Mali, focused the area in Visual Storytelling […]