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[11/12/2018] How to build a career with UNICEF: Sharing personal experiences

posted 10 Dec 2018, 04:54 by FSP UB   [ updated 10 Dec 2018, 04:54 ]


The professional MA program in International Public Affairs
of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest
invites the interested public

Tuesday, 11th of December 2018, 18:00
Room P1 (59, Calea Plevnei)

to a special professional seminar on

HOW TO BUILD A CAREER WITH UNICEF
SHARING PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
by
Cristina BADEA & Luminița COSTACHE
UNICEF



Cristina BADEA is Education Officer and Gender Focal Point at UNICEF Romania. She holds a doctoral degree in political science and an MA in Political Sociology and Philosophy from Paris 7 Denis Diderot University. She previously worked as counsellor for equal opportunities to the National Agency for Equal Opportunities between Women and Men, as well as project manager and expert in gender studies for different Romanian NGOs. Her main interest points include gender studies, public policies and international development.

Luminița COSTACHE is Education Specialist at UNICEF Romania and has 25 years of experience in organizational and project management, consultancy, sociological research and training. Currently, she is coordinating UNICEF initiatives promoting early education, school attendance and access to inclusive and quality education for all children. Within UNICEF, for which she has been working since 2007, she has also coordinated initiatives on the social inclusion of the most vulnerable children. An alumna of the University of Bucharest, she holds degrees in sociology and project management.

The event is organized with the support of support of UNICEF Romania and the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest (FSPUB) as part of the professional seminars within the faculty’s MA program in International Public Affairs (MIPA).

The event takes place in English and it is open exclusively to students of the MIPA program. FSPUB students specializing in EU affairs outside the MIPA program may also attend.