Working abroad

Fantastic networking opportunity at the UN – apply today!

Fantastic networking opportunity at the UN – apply today!

Here’s an opportunity to see how the UN works, on the inside, without spending six long months doing an unpaid internship there, AND it’s a chance to meet some of the people employed by UN agencies around the world. You should apply if you’ve got […]

5 Steps to working at an international humanitarian organisation

5 Steps to working at an international humanitarian organisation

And while the advertised positions might require several years of experience in the field, “don’t let that stop you,” says Rasmus Dahlbom Nielsen, Program Development and Quality Advisor at Mercy Corps.

“You might end up being the exactly the right person for the job,” said Lauren. “Just because you have a degree in art, or a background in chemistry doesn’t mean you shouldn’t apply. A different perspective is extremely valuable.”

How to build a network of like-minded people

How to build a network of like-minded people

Back when I’d first moved to Bonn, I was pretty sure I was going to become a photographer. So I bought a DSLR, made my family pose for hundreds of photographs, and spent hours playing around on LightRoom, trying in vain to become a pro […]

Working abroad: Geneva

Working abroad: Geneva

Home to the United Nations and countless other NGOs, Geneva has long been a centre for international development and cooperation, set amidst snow-capped mountains and azure blue lakes that match the outdoorsy Swiss culture. But what’s it actually like, living and working in the city […]


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