Diversity in International Affairs Mini Conference

The Diversity in International Affairs Mini-Conference took place at the the Washington University in St. Louis(WUSTL) on February 18 and 19, 2016.

The conference was sponsored by WUSTL’s Global StudiesThe Career Center, and The International Relations Roundtable.

Li Zou, International Director at Next Age Institute was invited to present “International Affairs through the Policy Lens” on the Academic Panel along with three other panelists on February 18, 2016.

Mr. Richard Hoagland, Ambassador of US Department of State was the keynote speaker. His presentation was on “US Policy? Gay Rights are Human Rights. ”