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UNA-NCA: Careers in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings
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As the nature of conflict in our world changes, modern wars no longer exclusively take place on the battlefield. Destroyed human capital and social fabric are often the focus of work in post-conflict settings. This dinner will focus on how careers in the field of peace and security can develop, and how organizations are committed to helping war-torn countries help themselves.

When: 4/20/2013
5:00 PM
Where: Announced upon registration
Washington, District of Columbia 
United States
Contact: United Nations Association of the USA - National Capital Area

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Speaker: Jamie Franklin, Mines Advisory Group (MAG) Representative to the Americas

Jamie Franklin has over 12 years experience in the Humanitarian and Development sector, including more than 8.5 years’ experience working with MAG in the Humanitarian Mine Action Sector. Before joining MAG America in November 2011 Jamie spent 2 years as MAG’s Country Program Manager in Cambodia and also has experience at MAG HQ as a Regional Desk Officer, in Lao PDR as Program Officer and in South Sudan as Country Program Manager. He holds a Masters of Economics in Development Administration and Management from the Institute of Development Policy and Management (IDPM) at The University of Manchester, and a Bachelor of Engineering from Loughborough University.