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Information Session of UN Outreach Programme on Human Resources (Beijing) held at PKU

NOV . 08 2017
Peking University, Oct.10, 2017: On October 24, 2017, an information session for the UN Outreach Programme on Human Resources (Beijing) was held at Peking University. Beijing is also the first station of this programme’s publicity campaign.

The event was organized by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China, and present at the event were the delegation of UN Outreach Programme on Human Resources, officials from China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, leading cadres of PKU, and other scholars and students from more than ten different colleges and universities. Meng Wenting, a PhD candidate at the PKU School of International Studies, hosted the information session.

Professor Ye Jingyi, vice chairman of Peking University Council, and Ma Hezu, deputy director general at the Department of International Cooperation of China’s Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, delivered speeches respectively to open the event. They expressed a warm welcome and sincere thanks to all the guests present, and reflected on the close relationships between Peking University and international organizations as well as on China’s achievements in cultivating talents for global institutions. Ma recommended youths to take international organizations into consideration in their career plans, and stated that the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security would make greater contributions to serving youths and the world.
 

Ma Hezu giving a speech

The delegation of the UN Outreach Programme on Human Resources was led by Eva Jansen, human resources high commissioner from the Office of Human Resources Management of the UN Secretariat. They offered a detailed introduction of the UN’s basic situation, including job requirements benefits, as well as information about the programme.
 

UN Delegation making an introduction

The start of PKU’s Program of Cultivating Future Leaders for International Organizations was announced at the end of the event. Launched by the PKU Student Career Center, the program aims to train global management talents in a more sustainable and specific manner, thus adapting to the increasingly intimate relationship between China and international organizations.
 
UN Delegation and guests present officially start PKU’s Program of Cultivating Future Leaders for International Organizations.

Written by: Wang Xi
Edited by: Fu Wenyun, Karen Xu