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Praise for PassBlue

  • Melanne Verveer, a US ambassador at large for global women’s issues under President Obama and executive director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, said: “PassBlue provides essential coverage of the US-UN relationship, with a strong focus on women’s issues. Their timely reporting is an important resource for anyone working in global affairs.”,
  • Helen Clark, the former top executive of the UN Development Program and ex-prime minister of New Zealand, praised PassBlue for its “herculean” reporting on women’s rights.
  • A Japanese cabinet member in Tokyo said he followed three publications that focus on the UN: PassBlue, the International Peace Institute’s newsletter and Security Council Report.
  • A South American ambassador called PassBlue an “insightful niche publication” covering topics on the UN that mainstream media overlook.
  • A professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs said of PassBlue: “I find this material so valuable in my work (teaching and writing about gender and development for undergrads and graduate students). I’ve recommended that my students all sign up. This is unique coverage that is available nowhere else.”
  • Marissa Conway, a co-founder of a new blog, Feminist Foreign Policy, said of the writeup PassBlue published on her enterprise: “I credit much of the positive support we’ve received so early on to your article.”

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