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- Charles Kenny Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development; Author, "The Upside of Down: Why the Rise of the Rest is Good for the West" and "Getting Better: Why Global Development Is Succeeding--And How We Can Improve the World Even More" (Basic)
- Kathleen Newland Senior Fellow and Co-Founder, Migration Policy Institute
- Shawna Bader-Blau Executive Director, Solidarity Center
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