The Public Policy Careers Series – Economic Policy

Find out how you can work and what you can do in the field of international economic policy.

  • Sarah Long (King’s and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Alumna)
  • Ben Shaps CBI Senior Policy Adviser – International, Confederation of British Industry
  • Dessislava Guetcheva-Cheytanova, Lead Counsel – European Bank of Reconstruction and Development

Find out our speakers’ routes to their present positions and the internships and schemes available.

The CBI  campaigns in the UK, EU and internationally for a competitive policy landscape

The OECD promotes policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world

The EBRD invests in changing lives including through advisory work and project finance

  • Date:  Wednesday, 4th February 2015
  • Time: 17.00—18.00
  • Place: Anatomy Lecture Theatre, K6.29 (Sixth floor, King’s Building, Strand)

You will also be able to pick up hand-outs on the other key multilateral schemes and find out more about the organisations we researched to bring you this event.

CSD2014 Conference ‘Organised Crime in Conflict Zones’

CSD2014 WordCloudThe Graduate School is delighted to promote an upcoming event organised by Postgraduate students from the Conflict, Security and Development (CSD) programme. The CSD2014 Conference: ‘Organised Crime in Conflict Zones’ will take place on the 6th of March, 2014. Organised by King’s postgraduate students and supported by the War Studies Department, the conference will be held in the Great Hall on the Strand Campus.

The one-day event will focus on transnational organised crime, a multi-billion pound global business and an area of growing international concern. The programme will address the conflict-crime nexus and focus on three key areas of organised crime. These are: drug trafficking, terrorist criminality and human trafficking.

For more information on the conference and our speakers, please visit our website at: http://csd2014.wordpress.com/speakers-profiles/

Preferential rates are available for King’s students, to purchase tickets please click here. For any queries please contact: csdc.kcl@gmail.com