Want to learn more about Caucasus Studies at Malmö University?

by Jake Hunter on May 2, 2012

in Live Lecture,Seminars,Uncategorized

On May 8, from 15:00-17:00 we will be using this portal to broadcast a guest lecture from Mark Mullen titled “The US and Europe in Georgia: The Differences in How They Do Development.”
— And what that means for you as you try to get a job.

Mark Mullen is currently working in Georgia, and has long experience from working in different countries: East Africa working on drought relief, followed by democracy related work for the National Democratic Institute (NDI, www.ndi.org), two years in Palestine, a year in Albania then in 1997 as the head of NDI in Georgia until the Rose Revolution. Mark started the national chapter of Transparency International in Georgia (www.transparency.ge) and is involved in a number of non-profit and for profit and social enterprise in Georgia.

There are many interesting connections between Comdev and Caucasus Studies and something that we plan to explore more through these types of events in the future.

If you would like to join the lecture in person you are welcome on May 8, 15-17,
Citadellsvägen 7 (room 104).

To learn more about the Caucasus Studies at Malmö University please see the program website.

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