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Nettra Pan Twitter: nettraNettra

Nettra Pan is a dual-degree student at Columbia University and the Institute of Political Studies in Paris (Sciences Po). She studies international public policy with concentrations in emerging economies and East Asia. Nettra is particularly interested in global governance, digital media, converging paradigms in philanthropy, development and business, pro-poor economic growth, as well as, visual arts, international society and identity. Nettra is a member of Columbia’s International Relations Council & Association and a founder of SEADS, an interschool student group dedicated to exploring Southeast Asia’s history, culture and currents developments. She also helped launch The Hertog Global Strategy Initiative, an annual interdisciplinary research program at Columbia University which focuses on a critical issue in international politics. In Paris, Nettra runs So What's On Your Plate? and is a Sandbox Ambassador.
  • What Have We Learned from International Women’s Day?

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    What do Indian air hostesses, James Bond dressed in drag and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton have in common? Before you get carried away, I’ll tell you: International Women’s Day, celebrated on the 8th of March. Last year, more than a hundred countries around world commemorated the 100th anniversary […]