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Press Release - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Midterm Campaigns Get Timely Cybersecurity Training in New Belfer Center Video

A practical training video for campaign staff and volunteers from all political parties, "Five Things" was produced by the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs' bipartisan Defending Digital Democracy Project to help campaigns understand the importance of cybersecurity and learn what they can do about it.

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Press Release

Bipartisan Secretaries in Kentucky & West Virginia Arm Candidates with Cybersecurity Playbook

| Jan. 30, 2018

To mark their states' candidate-filing deadlines, Alison Lundergan Grimes, the Democratic Secretary of State of Kentucky, and Mac Warner, the Republican Secretary of State of West Virginia, are distributing the "Cybersecurity Campaign Playbook" to candidates in their states seeking to be on the ballot in 2018.

March for Science and Banner in Washington, D.C.

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News - American Association for the Advancement of Science

Holdren Outlines Ways to 'Restore Science to Its Rightful Place'

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  • Anne Q. Hoy
| Apr. 21, 2017

"The scientific community needs to more effectively speak out about the necessity of evidence-based policies, scientific integrity protections and public access to research to defend the role of science, said John Holdren, former White House science adviser, in a speech on the eve of the April 22nd March for Science."

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News - MEEDIA

Der 45. US-Präsident und die Medien: „Trump hat die Ursprungsfunktion der Presse nicht verstanden“

| Jan. 20, 2017

Ab dem heutigen Freitag werden die USA von einem neuen Präsidenten regiert. Donald Trump erwies sich in den vergangenen Monaten als launisch und unberechenbar – auch im Umgang mit den Massenmedien. Für Cathryn Clüver von der Harvard Kennedy School steht fest: Unter der Führung Trumps wird auch für Washington-Korrespondenten nichts mehr so sein, wie es war. Im Interview mit MEEDIA erklärt die Expertin, wie sich die Arbeitsbedingungen der Presse verändern werden.