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Volunteering is the number one factor in starting your career as a humanitarian1
...Richard Davill <https://alumni.kcl.ac.uk/blog/contributors#RichardDavill> (MSc Disasters, Adaptation & Development, 2015) is a United Nations Volunteer with the United Nations Development Programme
It’s worth saving our small regional languages
...Roxanna Azimy (French & Hispanic Studies, 2016) is a European affairs writer and communications professional currently working at the European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development. She
Anna Lowe: We need better representation on boards
...leadership that is representative, responsive and open. A board’s strength lies in its collective skills and perspectives. To understand the museum’s current and potential audiences and to serve th
Gurpreet Kharay: ‘Wellness’ can be bad for your health
...Gurpreet Kharay (Nutrition, 2009; Medicine, 2010) is a doctor in Adelaide, Australia. With a keen interest in helping her fellow alumni try to understand their bodies better. ___________________