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6 International Development Recruitment Agencies

Global Recruitment Specialists Founded in 1993, GRS is an independent recruitment firm, providing customized, comprehensive, personalized human resource services for those specifically in the NGO sector. The company services international organizations worldwide, in need of experienced, upper-level, professional assistance. The recruitment specialists have assisted huge organizations with a range of …

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5 exciting careers in dispute resolution

Examining both sides of arguments in order to reach an amicable and logical solution, are the main prerogatives of those working in dispute resolution. You would need heightened listening skills, when working in the conflict resolution arena, since a lot of the job requirements involve listening to two or more …

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5 affordable masters in peace and conflict studies

M.A. Sustainable Peacebuilding (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee) A full-time programe offering a Master of Sustainable Peacebuilding degree at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, gives candidates the opportunity to learn more about the politics of sustainability and holistic peacebuilding. The College of Letters and Science at the University …

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5 Top Websites to find NGO Vacancies

When looking for a career in the non-profit sector, visiting big job-board sites may seem like a good idea. But if you’re really serious about finding work at an NGO company, it’s best to target websites that focus predominantly on job listings for non-profit organizations. The following five stands out: …

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Religion, Conflict and Peace

In this course, we will explore a series of contemporary conflicts in different regions of the world with a special focus on identifying and analyzing the diverse and complex roles that religions play in both promoting and mitigating violence in each context. Students will learn a method for recognizing and …

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Sustainable Food Security: Food Access

Register now Through this self-paced course, students will take 6 weeks to learn about where their food comes from and how people access food. The course will discuss food access in regards to the history of food manufacturing, social and economic dynamics in households, local level interactions in the markets, …

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