#91 Your Questions Answered!
The Policy Post
Editor’s Note ✍️
Are you confused about the right path to lead you into a successful career in policy? Wondering about how to switch from your current vocation to something completely unrelated? Not sure how to get that internship/job you’ve always wanted? We’ve got you!
From the next edition, this newsletter will feature a special section dedicated to answering all those questions and doubts that are keeping you from pursuing your dream career in public policy and the development sector!
What kind of questions can you ask? Your personal challenges in this space, tips on how to make resumes for specific jobs, questions about industry trends - literally anything! Here’s an example: “I’ve been a journalist for the last 3 years, but now want to switch to public policy. What kind of roles are available for me, and how should I go about this career shift?”
With that, here’s The Policy Post #91 *cue intro music*
This Week’s Policy Focus 🔎
The Food Systems Perspective: Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) for India’s Agricultural Transformation
Climate change impacts on agriculture and vice versa are well established. Research suggests that even if emissions from all other sectors are completely halted, food systems emissions alone will make it difficult to reach the 1.5 or 2 degrees targets by 2100.
Policy Charcha 💬
The best Podcasts, Videos, Essays and Fellowships for this past week from the world of Policy and Governance!
📚 Fellowship: International Innovation Corps: Fall Cohort 2022-23
📷 Simplifying Policy Issues: PolicyGram
Jobs Post 💼
A curated list of some of the best job and internship opportunities this week from the world of public policy, development sector, consulting and communications at large!
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