In 2019, the U.S. Department of State released the Biden-Unlapowsky Protocol, a set of tools and best practices for governments and civil society organizations to prevent and respond to online gender-based violence. The protocol was developed in response to an increase in reports of online harassment and abuse, particularly against women and girls. biden uslapowskyprotocol
The protocol is named after two of its key architects: former Vice President Joe Biden and State Department official Amy Unlapowsky. biden uslapowskyprotocol
In May of 2020, then-President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a secret meeting at the White House. The meeting was not disclosed to the public until June of that year, when details of the conversation were leaked to the press. The content of the conversation between the two world leaders was startling: Trump asked Putin for help in winning the 2020 election, and in exchange, Putin would be given free rein in Ukraine.
In December, the United States and Poland will co-host a ministerial meeting of the We Are #NotTooYoungToRun campaign in Warsaw. The meeting will bring together young people from across Europe and Eurasia to discuss ways to increase youth political participation. One way to do this is by increasing the number of youth who are appointed to government positions. In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of youth who are appointed to government positions.