Career at the UN – A lecture of Martin NesirkyAre you interested in the United Nations? Would you like to work there in the future? Would you like to hear about the life at the UN by a Diplomat?
If the answer is yes, come and join an interactive UN Career Workshop by Martin Nesirky on the 27th Oct. at 17:00 organized by the International Diplomatic Student Association and the College for Advanced Studies of Diplomacy in Practice, where you can gain insight into the work of an International Public Servant, who is going to talk about life and career in the UN.
Hereby let us introduce to you Mr. Martin Nesirky, who is the Director of the United Nations Information Service in Vienna. Mr. Nesirky served as Spokesperson for the Secretary-General of the United Nations in New York from December 2009 to March 2014. Before that, he was Spokesperson and Head of Press and Public Information at the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Vienna, for more than three years.
He had an extensive journalistic career at Thomson Reuters (1982 to 2006), serving as Bureau Chief, News and Television, both in Moscow and Seoul; prior postings also included assignments in London, East Berlin, and The Hague.
The lecture is organized by IDSA and GyDSz/CASDP organizations.