Careers in Justice and Peace
CRInfo, part of the Conflict Information Consortium of the University of Colorado, provides links to resources for funding, professional development, and career opportunities.
PAWSS, the Hampshire-based Program in Peace and World Security Studies, provides an exhaustive list of career and internship opportunities, coded by subject area and alphabetized by organizational name.
The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, housed at Notre Dame, maintains a list of links to career opportunities in areas including conflict and peace, human rights, international affairs and public policy, and NGOs.
Up-to-date, well-maintained listing of jobs and opportunities in fields such as mediation, peacebuilding, restorative justice, and conflict resolution.
A list of 100 social justice organizations, broken down by categories including civil rights, community organizing, women’s rights, health rights, elder/disability advocacy, and additional relevant social justice areas.
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Created by Dr. Craig Zelizer in 2007, the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (PCDN) is the go-to hub for the global change making community. PCDN is a rapidly growing social enterprise that gathers over 35,500 professionals, organizations and students engaged in social change, peacebuilding, social entrepreneurship, development and related fields. We are a one-stop-shop to inspire, connect, inform and provide the tools and resources to scale social change. In addition, PCDN gives members the tools, resources and jobs to lead successful lives and careers in the social change sector.
With this “Guide to International Jobs in Government,” Robertson Foundation for Government, GovLoop, and Association for Professional Schools of International Affairs have consolidated information from dozens of websites and interviews with more than 20 international government employees and career experts. The guide answers the questions: 1) Where are the international jobs in government? 2) How do you launch and advance an international career in government? 3) What’s it like to be a public sector professional in international affairs and foreign policy?
What can you do with an international affairs degree? Training in international affairs prepares you to solve problems through diplomacy, defense, and development work. You can build the capacity of students and organizations through international education and cross-cultural training. You can stop conflicts, fight disease, and slow environmental degredation. APSIA graduates find meaningful careers addressing these issues in the public, private, non-profit, and multilateral sectors.
Listing of resources for social impact job openings.