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Together for Peace 2020 at the United Nations Conference Centre

The Humanitarian Affairs Story

Humanitarian Affairs believes that a lasting peace is a sustainable
peace, which means respect for human rights, initiatives to the
reduction of poverty, and equal access to education and economic
opportunities for all.

The 2020 Peace Summit
Humanitarian Affairs Asia is hosting the 2nd Peace Summit of
Emerging Leaders at the United Nations Conference Centre Bangkok, Thailand from February 5 to 7, 2020. The conference will gather 500 young leaders from different parts of the world and give them an understanding and broader perspective on this vitally important subject. We want to empower young leaders to be a champion of peace.

Watch the 2018 video>

Are you…

– Between the ages of 17 to 35 years old?
– Passionate about Peace, Social Change
and Humanitarian Affairs?
– Ready to network with Like-Minded
individuals?
– Motivated to serve as an Humanitarian
Affairs Peace Ambassador?

For more information and to apply, contact:
Kimberley Bates
Global Partnership Associate
New Colombo Plan Scholar, Australia
Humanitarian Affairs Asia
Bangkok, Thailand
kimberley.bates@humanitarianaffairs.org
+6692-929-3345

TE WIKI O TE REO MĀORI 2019 MAORI LANGUAGE WEEK

To celebrate Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2019 Maori Language Week from 9 – 15 September, we’ve got plenty of events going on around campus that are open to all staff and students.

Check out the full timetable to see what’s going on, including ways to get 50% off your coffee!

 

Meet UC’s new Rainbow Coordinator

Ari Nicholson joined UC a few weeks back as Rainbow Coordinator in the Student Success team.

We had a chat with Ari to find out about what the new role involves, Diversity Fest (which is coming up in September), and all about Ari’s background. Watch here>

Drop in to Ari’s office and say hello. Ari is in the office at the following times:
Monday, 9am – 5pm
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9am – 2.30pm
Location – Level 1, Forestry building