Category Archives: Events

Is our Careers in Aid course for you?

We think our Careers in Aid course is the perfect introduction for anyone interested in a career in the sector – but don’t take our word for it…Hannah Edge, one of our course participants, tells is like it is…

I attended the Careers in Aid course in October 2015. As a student with one year of my Masters in international development completed, I thought I had a good idea of what I wanted from the course and from my career. Continue reading

Register now for our free Women in Aid event!

Women in Aid Event

Are you interested in humanitarian aid and international development? Have you ever wondered what issues particularly affect women giving and receiving aid? Do you want to learn more through the personal experiences of women who have worked in the aid sector?

Date: 8th March, 2016
Time: 6pm – 7.30pm
Venue: The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield S1 4FW
Price: Free, but spaces are limited so please book your ticket on Eventbrite using the button below

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Register now for our free Women in Aid event!

Women in Aid Event

Are you interested in humanitarian aid and international development? Have you ever wondered what issues particularly affect women giving and receiving aid? Do you want to learn more through the personal experiences of women who have worked in the aid sector?

Date: 30th April, 2015
Time: 5.15pm – 7.30pm
Venue: ICOSS, 219 Portobello, Sheffield S1 4DP
Price: Free, but spaces are limited so please book your ticket on Eventbrite using the button below

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Event: ‘Focus on Global Health’ forum at the University of Sheffield

Wulu Primary Health Care Centre, Lakes State, South Sudan

Wulu Primary Health Care Centre, Lakes State, South Sudan

On 13th February, Mo will be speaking at the Focus on Global Health event at the University of Sheffield. This event will provide a forum to discuss a range of global health work that is currently being carried out within the University and by the local practitioner community.  Continue reading