Were you unable to attend UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres' speech on "Women and Power," at The New School? We have you covered! Check out our live-tweets from the event. 
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On 2/26 Peter Hoffman hosted "Who Owns Security Reform—and Why It Matters," a presentation by Adedeji Ebo and Tatiana Caryannis. 
Richard Wolff will speak about “Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism,” Wednesday, March 18, at 6 p.m., at Raritan Valley Community College. Click here for more information.

Check out the latest Faculty Spotlight on our blog featuring Mitchell Cook, professor of Theories, Histories, and Practices of Development. Mitchell is an alumnus of the Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs (M.A.) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Urban Studies and Planning (Ph.D.). His interests include how countries and cities improve policies and systems for financing urban infrastructure and inclusive services.
Dragica Mikavica recently spoke at a High-Level event that launched the UN's new guidance note for mediators for protecting children in armed conflict. Alongside the Foreign Minister of Belgium and the Special Representative to the Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict on the panel, Dragica made a case for children's participation in UN mediation processes using primary research she conducted in Fall 2019, arguing for inclusive peace processes and a shift in perception of children from passive recipients of policies to active agents of change. Dragica was acknowledged in the UN's official guidance note for having provided expert advice in the drafting of this document. Dragica is an expert on children and armed conflict based at Save the Children's UN Advocacy Office as a Senior Advocacy Adviser.

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.

Want to see your work on our online student journal? Submit to The New Context! Share your adapted essays, photos, poetry, and short films here

Do you have news to share about projects you completed, conferences you attended, or other accomplishments? Fill out the student updates form.
Richard Wolff appeared on Democracy Now! with fellow economist Paul Krugman to debate on Bernie Sanders and democratic socialism. Watch it here or through the video above. 
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WFUNA is seeking an unpaid Education Intern and an SDG16+ Coordinator

The Arban Institute for Women is looking for an unpaid intern

UNICEF is seeking a paid Child Poverty and Social Protection Intern and a Statistics Officer

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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