NPSIA students will work in the Canadian High Commission As the Canadian government expands its presence in the African country of Mozambique, graduate students from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs have been invited to work first-hand with diplomats on the ground in Maputo.... More
Faculty of Public Affairs
Bachelor of Global and International Studies
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Author Meets Readers
Crisis and Reform – Canada and the International Financial System, by Dane Rowlands
November 20, 2014
Student Diplomacy in Mozambique
November 14, 2014
Hundreds Turn Out for Roméo Dallaire Event
November 12, 2014
Student’s View of the United Nations
November 5, 2014
From Fair Trade to Fresh Fish: The Eco-label Phenomenon
October 30, 2014
Journalism student preps CNN star for Ottawa shooting coverage
The Faculty of Public Affairs brings together diverse academic units that prepare graduates to address regional and global challenges with the aim of building better societies. Our graduates are leaders in fields such as politics, media and communications, economics, international relations, and law. They are, quite literally, changing the world around them.
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FPA Reads Honours Dallaire’s Book on Rwandan Genocide Lt-Gen Romeo Dallaire arrived with a message for the hundreds of students who greeted him at a Carleton auditorium on November 12–it’s your time to lead. “Become activists. Engage. Don’t wait for the other generation, push them... More
International Affairs Student Writes First-Hand Account of United Nations Visit By Ben Rabinovitch, MA Candidate, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs The floor of the UN General Assembly’s First Committee fell silent as the Chair called upon the delegate of the Russian Federation... More
For the conscientious coffee drinker, the grocery store shelf offers an array of options: fair trade, shade grown, organic, small batch, and more. This is not unique to coffee. From the paper one buys for the home printer to the airline flight one takes to visit relatives or to rejuvenate on a... More
It was a lesson unlike any she will get in the classroom. Just six weeks into the two-year graduate journalism program Kelly Hobson was in the right place when CNN called an hour after the Parliament Hill shootings on Oct. 22. The network needed someone on the ground to help out as it prepared... More