Einaudi Center announces new Global Public Voices fellows

Global Public Voices fellows from the Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies use their expertise to shape public debates about global policy issues and advocate for a more just and equitable future.

With a focus on inequalities and social justice, this year’s 27 fellows—including 16 Cornell faculty—will engage with national and international news media to make their voices heard on international criminal justice, the politics of climate change, digital inequality, refugees’ rights and more.

In Global Public Voices’ inaugural year, 15 fellows brought informed perspectives to a range of policy questions and current events touching on global racial justice. They were featured in video content and podcasts, published op-eds in The Hill, and provided expert quotes to major news outlets including AP, New York Times, Forbes and Bloomberg.

Global Public Voices works closely with Cornell’s Media Relations Office. Fellows attend monthly collaborative discussions with peers, where they receive practical media and outreach training, including support in building an international public profile and sessions on writing effective op-eds, funding proposals and policy briefs.

This year’s Cornell fellows represent colleges and schools across campus. These interdisciplinary faculty will partner with Oxfam fellows in the U.S., Africa and Southeast Asia and international and local faculty.

Cornell Fellows

International and U.S.–based Fellows

Mohammed-Anwar Sadat Adam, programs and campaigns lead, Oxfam in Ghana | Rini Astuti, research fellow, Australian National University | Blandina Bobson, director of programs, Oxfam in Kenya | Duong Do, governance and research specialist, Oxfam Novib in Vietnam | Maria Rosario Felizco, country director, Oxfam in the Philippines | Nick Galasso, economic inequality and governance lead, Oxfam America | Dailes Judge, Zambia country director and program director for Southern Africa, Oxfam in Zambia | Mathias Burton Kafunda, Just Economies program and policy manager, Oxfam in Southern Africa | Mark Muhammad, associate professor, Onondaga Community College | Ndeye Khar Ndiaye, country director, Oxfam in Senegal | Patricia Stottlemyer, senior domestic policy advisor, Oxfam America

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