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University of Denver

Josef Korbel School of International Studies

As one of the top-ranked schools for international relations and public policy, the Korbel School offers a hands-on approach to learning that seeks to contribute to a sustainable world—and today our mission is more important than ever.

We are taking on the great challenges of our time: making the global economy more equitable and inclusive, responding to new and emerging security threats, advancing human rights and social justice, combating climate change and promoting healthy democracy.

Degree Programs

  • MA in Conflict Resolution
  • MA in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integration
  • MA in International Administration
  • MA in International Development
  • MA in Human Rights
  • MA in International Security
  • MA in International Studies
  • MA in International Intercultural Communications
  • Master of Public Policy
  • Certificate in Global Business and Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Certificate in Global Health Affairs
  • Certificate in Homeland Security
  • Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance
  • Certificate in Religion and International Affairs

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Univ. of Denver Josef Korbel School seeks applicants to fill a Assistant Director, AmeriCorps Internship Program position.

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Democracy and democratic governance in the U.S. and around the world face extraordinary challenges. Hyper-partisanship, growing inequality, and technology’s disruption of media and economies have emerged as deep threats to democratic ideals alongside other dilemmas like the capacity of democratic institutions to tackle the problems posed by climate change and the ongoing debate of how to best guarantee free and fair elections.

The 2022 Denver Democracy Summit convened by Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver is a nonpartisan gathering of citizens, leaders, media and thinkers in government, nonprofit, business, and academia who are dedicated to protecting and promoting democratic ideals. This year’s Summit, Confronting Democracy’s Dilemmas, will take a closer look at the tensions inherent to democratic institutions and ideals that have led to some of the most vexing challenges we face today.

Here are five reasons why you should attend the 2022 Denver Democracy Summit, as quoted by speakers from last year’s inaugural event.

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