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Alex Walker posted on February 10, 2016 11:04

The International Studies Association invites applications to participate in "ISA at UNAI", a joint program between ISA and the United Nations Academic Impact office. This program provides a forum for the sharing of ideas, in an informal and off-the-record setting, between ISA members and their counterparts at the United Nations. To participate, members are invited to suggest a discussion theme and the names of three to five ISA members interested in participating. ISA and UNAI will then find UN Secretariat staff or diplomats from UN Missions with similar interests. Ideas will be exchanged in a small, "Chatham House Rules" setting. Some money is available to offset transportation costs for participants.

Panel suggestions will be considered on a competitive basis by a committee. Suggested panels will be evaluated according to importance of scholarship, timeliness, national and gender balance of participants, input from the UN, and other factors. Inquiries can be directed to Joel Oestreich at jeo25@drexel.edu​​.​ For more information, please visit: http://www.isanet.org/ISA/Governance/Committees/UNAI-Project.

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Seema Narain
# Seema Narain
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 5:08 AM
Hi,

I am a member of ISA and an active participant . I am Associate Professor of political Science at University of Delhi and have taught United Nations and global conflicts for thirty rears now . I am interested in participating in this programme ISA UNAI. How should I apply'

Seema Narain
Alex Walker
# Alex Walker
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 3:52 PM
Dear Seema,

Thank you for contacting us! For more information in how to participate in this program, please contact Joel Oestreich at jeo25@drexel.edu.

Best,

Alex Lewis

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