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Webinar with UNITAR: Entry Points into the UN System

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by Impactpool
in partnership with UNITAR

Learn from UN experts on how to launch your career in the United Nations!
 

The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) is delighted to offer a free webinar on UN Career Development. It is designed for mid-career and junior professionals, university students and people from all walks of life who are seeking to work in the United Nations.

This webinar will offer insights into how the UN looks like behind the scenes, and proposes a series of concrete steps anyone can take in order to join it.

Participants will also be able to see parts of the historic Palace of Nations, the seat of the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), from inside.

 
Register today!
 

Speakers:

  • Julian Caletti – UNITAR Training Associate and Expert for UN Career Development
  • Azra Saify - UNITAR, will be speaking about how she joined the UN
  • Christina Dasaro - UNITAR, will be speaking about how she joined the UN
  • Reem Katrib - UNITAR, will be speaking about how she joined the UN

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022


Time: 3-4.30 PM, Geneva, Central European Time, CET  (see the time in your time zone)

Webinar language: English

Register for the webinar

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About UNITAR

As the official training arm of the United Nations, UNITAR has been providing capacity-building
for participants worldwide since 1963. 
In our division, we are honoured to provide the UN Immersion Programmes, providing 
individuals the chance to visit Geneva and learn about the UN there first-hand. 
In addition, we offer a series of Online Training Programmes, allowing participants to be 
connected to the UN and learn about topics such as human rights or sustainable 
development. 
For more information about these opportunities, kindly visit: www.unitar.org/multilateralism

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