What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Aid, Conservation, Culture, Diplomacy, Ethics, Gender, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Peace, Poverty, Reconciliation, Sustainability, War, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a student at the University of Oregon and part of the Carnegie Global Oregon student program. From this network, I hope to be able to learn more about and discuss with others the complex topic of ethics.
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Hello Katelyn, I'm Orange, a sophomore student majoring French in Xiamen University, China. For the contest, I already have sth in mind about transition and human rights - yes, that's going to be my focus. I care about the well-being of the common people and there's a lot to talk about on the topic - poverty, democracy, equality, freedom, they all come together! if you're interested
Hi Katelyn. I'm Nguyen from Vietnam. I'd love to work with you for the contest. I don't have a specific issue of interest in mind so if you have one it would be great, or if not, we can think of a topic together. Hope we can be partners!
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