Author: Craig Zelizer

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Downward Spiral: the economic impact of Covid-19 on refugees and displaced people

Published 21. Sep 2020 crossposted from NRC Global Coronavirus More than three quarters of displaced and conflict-affected people surveyed by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) have lost income since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. The devastating economic impact is tipping many into a hunger, homelessness and education crisis. The economic impact of public health

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Pandemic profits for companies soar by billions more as poorest pay price

Published: 9th September 2020 Crossposted from Oxfam Learn more United against coronavirus Some corporations are cashing in on Covid-19 on behalf of the wealthiest Thirty-two of the world’s largest companies stand to see their profits jump by $109 billion more in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic lays bare an economic model that delivers profits for

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Career Series

The Difference Between a LinkedIn Profile & Your Resume

At PCDN we work with a global community of amazing changemakers from many parts of the world. One of the mistakes we often see students and professionals building careers in the social impact sector fail to do is differentiate between how they create their resume and how they use LinkedIn. Below are a few key

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Career Series

7 Tips for Authentic Networking at Conferences

Hi there, do-gooders! We know that your heart and mind are in the right place, but how are you leveraging your innate human skills to intuitively develop authentic connections? The social sector is a field challenged with scarce resources and further complicated by competition for critical funding needed for your organization to deliver on its

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Few days left to apply: International Peace and Conflict Studies (master’s degree program) at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland

This is a sponsored post on PCDN. Don’t miss a chance to study peace in the home country of “Solidarity” – one of the biggest and successful nonviolent resistance movements! The admission process for the Winter semester, which starts in October 2020, has begun. International Peace and Conflict Studies program (IPACS) is a two-year innovative

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The Ultimate Guide to Landing A Job

Everything you wanted to know about Salaries & Social Impact Careers

At PCDN we were planning on launching a group career coaching option to help even more people advance careers of impact. Then, COVID-19 happened. So here is the deal: We are opening four decades of  expertise and to help you. Once a week. For free. Join us every week via Zoom for a highly interactive

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 Apply now: International Peace and Conflict Studies (master’s degree program) at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw, Poland

Don’t miss a chance to study peace in the home country of “Solidarity” – one of the biggest and successful nonviolent resistance movements! The admission process for the Winter semester, which starts in October 2020, has begun. This is a sponsored post on PCDN International Peace and Conflict Studies program (IPACS) is a two-year innovative

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Career Series

Jitters, panic & madness – The true spirit of admissions

A brand new planner open next to me, music enveloping the air and a lot of fairy lights strewn around me—I was ready to tackle this head-on. Nibbling on a piece of chocolate, I opened my laptop and typed out ‘Best universities to pursue Masters in Development Studies’. That was the last time I remember

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Career Series

Applying to Grad School for a Career of Impact

At PCDN we were planning on launching a group career coaching option to help even more people advance careers of impact. Then, COVID-19 happened. So here is the deal: We are opening four decades of  expertise and to help you. Once a week. For free. Join us every week viaZoom for a highly interactive session

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