Let’s face it. Getting a job at the UN is not easy. More so, if you belong to a non-donor country in the Global South. But even when your hard work rewards you with a UN field position, there are epidemics, active armed conflict and many challenges.
In Episode 2 of Season 6, brace for a bumpy ride as our guest shares an honest, real and insightful account of a UN field work in Latin America and Africa. This episode is brought to you by The Rotary Peace Fellowship (more info is below).
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Santiago Quiñones discusses his undergraduate and post-graduate education, his hard fought UN career path, moments of doubt and despair, as well as his deep drive to do good and give back to his native Colombia and everywhere he has worked.
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This episode was brought to you thanks to the Rotary Peace Fellowship:
Are you an existing or emerging peace leader looking to take your career to the next level? You might be eligible to receive full funding to pursue a MA or professional certificate in peace & conflict studies. Learn more about Rotary Peace Fellowships at www.rotary.org/peace-fellowships