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Sean Jacobs was appointed to the board of Atlantic Philanthropies' Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity. Sean was also featured in a debate about the direction of South Africa's left, and wrote this op-ed on Mandela's media conquest for Mail & Guardian. 

Visiting fellow Ching-Chang Chen is giving a talk on "Narrating East Asian International Relations from the Margins" at Columbia's Weatherhead East Asian Institute on February 26. More details on the event here.
Tanya Kar started a new position as Education & Training Officer with the World Federation of United Nations Associations.

Camila Yanzaguano Bravo started working as the Communications Associate at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience. The organization is the only Global Network of museums and historic sites in the world. Camila will be addressing and publishing ongoing projects of the Coalition and their Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation Program.

Are you a GPIA alum? Thanks to alumna BoHee Yoon, the GPIA Alumni Facebook page is now up and running. This is a great way to (re)connect, share stories of what you've been up to post-graduation, and also try to stay in touch with the current happenings at GPIA.

Alumni, we want to hear what you've been up to! Submit your updates here.

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Nina Khrushcheva recently joined the Ricochet Podcast for a Q&A session with host Jay Nordlinger, where they touched on Russia, Putin, America, books, William F. Buckley Jr., and more. Listen to Part I and Part II.
On February 27th, The New School will award an honorary doctorate to
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and host a keynote on women and power. This occasion marks the Secretary-General’s first major address on this important global topic. Tickets are sold out but you can add yourself to the waitlist here
Click here for the full events calendar!
Africa Is A Country recently launched its fellowship program. Apply here

UNDP is looking for a Gender and Climate Change Consultant. 

The Kresge Foundation is seeking a Climate Change Philanthropy Fellow.

Hackensack Riverkeeper has an open Outreach Coordinator position. 

Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis is hiring a Research Associate

New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development is looking for a Technical Policy Researcher.

Applications have opened for the After Carbon Forefront Fellowship with the Urban Design Forum.

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