We want to wish all our readers happy holidays, and a restful break. We'll be back with the International Affairs newsletter in January for Spring 2020!

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Antina von Schnitzler will give a talk on the politics of data in South Africa at the Sawyer Seminar "Optimal Futures: New and Old Economies in a World of Data" at the Anthropology Department at Johns Hopkins University on December 12th. 

The American Turkish Society is hosting its 17th Annual New York Turkish Film Festival from December 12th to 15th! Everita Silina will join director and writer Ali Vatansever for a Q&A following a screening of Saf. Click here for more information about the movie and event details.

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Gabriel Crespo, Program Manager of Equity for Children, gave a presentation about the organization's work in Latin America and the Caribbean at UNICEF's Office of Research in Florence. His session, “Monitoring Urban Children’s Inequities: Two complementary Approaches”, focused on a methodology for revealing urban inequalities and assessing child well-being at the local level." Read more here.
Kaitlyn Lynes spoke to us about her role as Regional Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) Project Development Manager for The HALO Trust. Check out the spotlight on our blog.
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"Price of coffee beans have dropped, but your cup of coffee hasn't." Check out the latest Economic Update with Richard Wolff. 
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Mercy Corps is seeking a paid intern for their Africa and Peacekeeping Policy & Advocacy program.

The Institute for Women's Policy Research has multiple open positions.

The Laundromat Project is seeking a Storytelling Fellow.

Outright Action International has a new fellowship program! The fellowship will provide training, a cohort of peer support, funding to attend high level meetings, and $5K USD grants to engage your local organization/community.

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