Webinar: Working in International Organizations

Webinar: Working in International Organizations

Webinar by Profesor Katarzyna Pisarska and Jagoda Walorek

Dreaming of a career in International Organizations but not sure where to start? Attend a free webinar with Jagoda Walorek (International Development and Security Professional), who will talk about the career in the International Organizations from her own experience, moderated by Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska, the founder and director of the European Academy of Diplomacy!

The webinar will be held on 24 June at 4pm – 5pm CET.

The number of places is limited. To register don’t forget to complete the application form:

Jagoda Walorek is a Fundamental Rights Specialist and international development professional with more than 10 years of experience working in International Organizations. A professional in security policy, she has worked in the United Nations Development Program Headquarters in NYC (USA), as well as in Bangkok (Thailand) where she had a chance to provide Human Rights trainings; and Istanbul (Turkey) office where she focused on the prevention of violent extremism and human rights.

After that she worked for the United Nations Settlements Program in Nairobi (Kenya) as a Human Rights Adviser, has been a Policy Specialist in Islamabad (Pakistan) as a part of the United Nations Country Team in the Office of Drugs and Crime. Jagoda Walorek also worked for the OSCE in Transnational Threats Department /Action against Terrorism Unit as well as Office of the Special Representative and Coordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings.

The meeting will be moderated by Prof. Katarzyna Pisarska who is the Founder and Director of the European Academy of Diplomacy in Warsaw, Poland and the Visegrad School of Political Studies run in cooperation with the Council of Europe. She is also the Program Director of the Warsaw Security Forum and a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum in Davos. In 2013 Prof. Pisarska was named “99 under 33” most influential world foreign policy leader by the Diplomatic Courier in Washington D.C.