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Call for Applications: Global Humanitarianism | Research Academy

International Research Academy on the History of Global Humanitarianism

Academy Leaders:     Fabian Klose (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz)

                                  Johannes Paulmann (Leibniz Institute of European History Mainz)

                                  Andrew Thompson (University of Exeter)

in co-operation with the International Committee of the Red Cross (Geneva) and with support by the German Historical Institute London

Venues:                      University of Exeter, UK & Archives of the International Committee of Red Cross, Geneva

Dates:                        10-22 July 2016

Deadline:                   31 December 2015

Information at: 


Spring 2016 Peacemaker Internships

Massachusetts Peace Action is seeking students, recent graduates, or young activists who can commit 10 hours per week in Spring 2016 (February to May). A $300 stipend is awarded on completion. Start and end dates are flexible but the student should be able to work at least 10 weeks. Our office is located near Harvard Square, Cambridge.

Massachusetts Peace Action is a statewide membership organization working to develop the sustained political power to foster a more just and peaceful U.S. foreign policy.  Through grassroots organizing, policy advocacy, and community education, our priority issues for 2016 are: abolish nuclear weapons; end the US wars in Iraq/Syria and Afghanistan; cut the military budget to fund jobs, the environment and human needs; challenge one-sided U.S. support for Israel; link peace with climate, racial, and economic justice issues.

More info, including application details can be found at