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Policy Analyst
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Africa Policy Institute
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Security
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My undergraduate degree is a double major in Economics and Political Science. My masters degree which I will be completing December this year is MA Political Science and public administration. My areas of interest are political economy and security studies.
This platform will allow me to network with like minded individuals, engage with new ideas and grow professionally.

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At 10:57am on September 10, 2014, Valentine Olushola Oyedipe said…

You are welcome Lauren

 
 
 

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