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Editor of Best Practices Manual On Democracy Education

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Council for a Community of Democracies

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Rebecca Aaberg, Senior Program Officer
aaberg@ccd21.org Rebecca Aaberg has worked with CCD since 2012. She graduated in May 2012 with an M.A. from the Latin American Studies Program at Georgetown University. In graduate school, she concentrated in government and focused on human rights. She is also interested in the applicability of the lessons from Latin American democratization to other regions. Rebecca received her B.A. in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010, where she wrote her senior thesis about police violence and re-democratization in Argentina and Uruguay. She speaks Spanish and reads Portuguese.


2014-2015 Penn Kemble Fellows - NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY

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Rebecca Aaberg is program officer for the Council for a Community of Democracies (CCD).
She has played a lead role in organizing democracy education programs in Colombia, Kosovo, and Tunisia and is currently working on a series of democracy education workshops that are expected to take place this fall in Mongolia and Nepal as part of a UN-funded project. Recently, she served as CCD's contact point for the Mark Palmer Forum on Advancing Democracy (co-hosted with Freedom House). In 2013, Rebecca coordinated the publication of CCD's Military Engagement: Influencing Armed Forces Worldwide to Support Democratic Transitions with Brookings Institution Press and over 20 co-authors. She is the editor of CCD's Best Practices Manual on Democracy Education and of the quarterly CCD Advocate. Outside of work, Rebecca is a vice president of the Penn Alumni Club of Washington, DC. She has a BA in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania and an MA in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. Hengameh Ahmadi was born and raised in Iran. She has a BA in computer engineering from Tehran Polytechnic, and a MA in international relations from Queen Mary, University of London. She was a senior in college when she started working part-time for an English language newspaper in Tehran as a reporter, and became full time staff after graduation. Later, Ahmadi joined a consultancy group and worked on political risk analysis projects. During these years, she was involved with multiple civil society groups and NGOs primarily working on women's rights and gender equality. Ahmadi was in Iran when the Green Movement started and she considers that a turning point in her activism towards building a more democratic society. She later left Iran to pursue a graduate degree in the United Kingdom, and came to Washington, DC, after completing her MA to follow her dreams of promoting democracy and gender equality in the MENA region and around the world.


www.ccd21.org

By: Rebecca Aaberg, CCD Senior Program Officer


www.ccd21.org

By: Rebecca Aaberg, CCD Senior Program Officer
CCD Senior Program Officer Rebecca Aaberg and Street Law founder Edward O'Brien traveled to Kathmandu, Nepal, for a series of meetings with stakeholders and a workshop to discuss gaps in democracy education. By: Rebecca Aaberg, CCD Senior Program Officer My name is Rebecca Aaberg, and I am the senior program officer for the Council for a Community of Democracies, or CCD.


Council for a Community of Democracies

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CCD Program Officer Rebecca Aaberg serves as rapporteur while ISC member Carlos Ponce, CCD President Bob LaGamma, and ISC member Jargal Perenlei lead the session.


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