Event Nov 7: International Careers in Peacebuilding, Social Justice and Diplomacy

Prepare yourself for a career in peace and justice by meeting professionals working globally as mediators, diplomats, humanitarian journalists and advocates for the reintegration of child soldiers by coming to our international careers evening Monday, November 7, 6.00-8.45pm in Lecture Hall North, One Pace Plaza. Speakers will include representatives from Mediators without Borders, the United Nations and Church World Service.

Pace NYC Model UN is a co-sponsor of this event, which will mark the launch of the New York City Peace and Justice Studies program. The Model UN class will count toward the new minor in Peace and Justice Studies offered on the New York City Campus, which prepares students to pursue careers in non-profits, humanitarian and international aid work, international law, negotiation, diplomacy, mediation, economic development, poverty reduction, restorative justice and more. For details, contact Dr. Emily Welty, Director of Peace and Justice Studies NYC at ewelty@pace.edu or (212) 346 1805.



About Matthew Bolton

I am assistant professor of Political Science at Pace University and author of Foreign Aid and Landmine Clearance.
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