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Nova Scotia Environmental Network
July 9, 2014
Rotary Peace Fellow Tamara Lorincz updates us about her Applied Field Experience. As planned, Tamara is now based in Geneva.
“I’m doing my Applied Field Experience in Geneva, and it is really a great place for an internship, especially if the UN Human Rights Council is in session. Here are some pictures of what I have been doing.
Tamara also includes a comment in her update, speaking from her background serving as Executive Director of the Nova Scotia Environmental Network before embarking on her Rotary Peace Fellowship. She says, “Also, very glad about Desmond Tutu’s tough stand against Canada’s tar sands – he’s right when he says that it is the dirtiest industrial development on the planet.”
Be sure to view her entire photo album at the link above. We chose with difficulty just two to include in this post.
Tamara supports Girl Be Heard
Tamara with fellow students from University of Bradford Peace Studies
Thank you, Tamara, and please keep us updated on your experiences and insights as your Rotary Peace Fellowship continues. Read the full post on Tamara Lorincz in our Young Peacemakers archives.