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IPED Spring 2021 Lecture Series: International Rescue Committee (IRC)

March 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

What is the International Rescue Committee (IRC)? What do they do as a global humanitarian organization? And what is its impact on today’s most pressing issues? Please join us as the IPED community listens to two representatives from the IRC as they talk about working in the IRC and in its research & innovation team and potential summer internship opportunities.

Alyssa Campbell works as an evidence to action manager in the Airbel Impact Lab, a research and innovation department at the IRC. Her work involves articulating copious amounts of evidence amongst the IRC’s research areas. She holds a BA in Law, Politics, and History from Sciences Po Paris and an MSc in Urban Planning from the London School of Economics.

Anjini Mishra is an advisor with the evidence to action team at the Airbel Impact Lab. She is tasked with the coordination and development of evidence synthesis products as decision-making inputs. She is also tasked with the maintenance of evidence resources and repositories. She holds an MSc from the University of Glasgow and a Master of Social Work from Jamia Milia Islamia University.

This event is free and will be a webinar via Zoom. To join, please register here or email ipedlectures@fordham.edu to receive the link.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Organizer

IPED Office

Venue

Zoom