Author: Johanna Lounsbury
Want to see the syllabus for your class before the term starts next week? Good news: many of the syllabi are now posted on Moodle. To find them just go to the login page for GSIPM on ilearn. Login with your MIIS ID and then select “Fall 2011 Course Syllabi”. The Syllabi are listed according […]
A blog post by Sebastian Rottmair outlines tips on how to find a job in the UN and includes links to a system map of the UN, the UN job analytics page (where you can see which organizations have been hiring the most in the past few years) and other useful links. Check out the […]
This course is designed for working professionals to help them understand the role technology plays in humanitarian arenas. Guest experts will include: Bill Siemering, President of Developing Radio Partners and the first Director of Programming and Founding Board Member of National Public Radio Richard Graves, Founder and Executive Director of FiredUp Media Daryn Cambridge, Director […]
“This activity aims to embrace various forms of youth engagement in peacebuilding which are expressed through images. “Deadline is August 14th. Find out more HERE.
Google is sponsoring a challenge for innovation in citizen media-submit your solution (or a friend’s idea) before September 14, 2011. Winners’ Prizes: Four entries will receive a cash prize of US $5,000. The most competitive entrants will also be considered for an Ashoka Fellowship — complete with a three-year living stipend, international recognition, and access […]
Application deadline August 17. See more information HERE.
Check out the Peace and Collaborative Development Network’s resources for finding Scholarships and Fellowships in Conflict Resolution HERE.
” The worlds of ‘working for the betterment of society’ and ‘private enterprise’ are often seen as incompatible. This online course will attempt to break-down that perception in order for participants to see the social sector as a place of opportunity, both to ‘do good’ but also to innovate and build a financially sustainable social […]
Based in the New York office, the Program Officer will work closely with the Program Director to support the Democracy and Power Fund’s programmatic goals, engaging in strategy development and oversight of grant activities. The Program Officer will be one of two within the Democracy and Power Fund and will be part of a close-knit […]
Kate Bollinger, MIIS ’12 and recipient of the Boren Fellowship, was recently published by ASPECT-Asian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Transformation. Kate’s paper, entitled “Environmental Security in Nepal: Background and Analysis”, can be found on the ASPECT website. Congratulations to Kate on her recent accomplishment! Short excerpt from “Environmental Security: Background and Analysis”: “As […]