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Your contribution needed for the UN-GLOBE world map, and the white paper

Dear all,
 
As you know, UN-GLOBE has partnered with the Fordham Law School to examine the realities of UN system employees serving in the field. Many of you have volunteered to share your experiences, and we are in the process of interviewing you. Thank you. If you would like to be interviewed, please contact us. Your experiences will help us formulate a white paper.
 
In addition, as I have mentioned before, as part of this project, we are also working on a world map that will detail country by country the experiences of UN system and diplomatic missions staff. (This may later be expanded to include to the experiences of private sector employees).
 
With this map, you will be able to get a better idea of what it would mean for you and/or your family to move to a country.
 
But this map will only be truly useful if you get involved. We need to collect your experiences serving in countries around the world. 
 
Therefore, we ask that you volunteer to provide your input (by filling out a questionnaire, for example) so we can begin populating the world map.
 
This is an incredibly exciting project, and I truly hope a lot of you will participate.
 
This map can be your go-to resource, and an invaluable resource for many others, when receiving an offer of employment.
 
Your contribution is needed.
 
E-mail us at ohrm_globe@un.org. You can always reach me at nam@un.org for more questions.
 
Please see the call.
 
Best,
Hyung Hak Nam (Alfonso)
President, UN-GLOBE
 

 

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