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The Paris Peace Forum - PSIA Volunteer Program
The Paris Peace Forum-PSIA Volunteer Program offers PSIA students the unique opportunity to attend and contribute to this high-profile global event.
Every year since 2018, PSIA students serve as volunteers at the Paris Peace Forum to help ensure the smooth running and overall success of this event. In 2022, 175 PSIA students, comprising 40 nationalities and speaking 28 languages, volunteered at the forum. Read more about this unique two-day experience in the words of a PSIA student.
In 2023, PSIA and the Paris Peace Forum pursue this collaboration and open a call for applications, inviting PSIA students to join the team of volunteers in a wide range of positions. This call is open to all PSIA students currently enrolled for the academic year 2023-2024 (first-year, second-year, gap-year, exchange students). Please read the call carefully for details of roles, benefits and eligibility criteria. The deadline to apply is Friday 29 September 2023 at 18:00 CET.
About Paris Peace Forum
The Paris Peace Forum was launched in 2018 by French President Emmanuel Macron to promote collective action on today’s most pressing global issues. The inaugural Forum attracted 65 Heads of State and convened leaders from governmental and corporate sectors as well as from civil society - all united in reaffirming the core message.
The Paris Peace Forum is now an annual international event focused on reviving and improving global governance. Conceived as a response to rising tensions and the deterioration of the multilateral system, the Forum is based on a simple idea: cooperative solutions are key to tackling global problems and to ensuring durable peace.
Sciences Po is proud to be one of the eight founding members of this international platform, aimed to place global governance at the top of the international agenda.
PSIA supports this partnership and encourages its students to take an active part in it, seizing the opportunity to gather for the Paris Peace Forum shared values.