Snapshot: Global IR Students Visit Thailand’s UNICEF Headquarters

| February 21, 2012

Global IR students with professor Margaret McMillion (third from left) and Robert Gass (center), chief of the HIV/AIDS program of UNICEF Thailand

Webster University students recently visited the local UNICEF (United Nations Children Fund) headquarters in Thailand to learn more about the well-known international organization known for ensuring the rights of children in developing countries all over the world.

Accompanied by Webster Thailand faculty member Margaret McMillion, the group of Global M.A. in International Relations students met with Robert Gass, chief of the HIV/AIDS program for UNICEF Thailand.  Gass discussed the issues UNICEF faces within the country, as well as how the organization has progressed since it’s inception.

The students pictured above are full-time graduate students in the Global MA in International Relations program, an 11-month program that enables students to live, learn, and study at each of Webster’s campuses in Leiden, the Netherlands; London, England; Geneva, Switzerland; Vienna, Austria; and either Bangkok, Thailand; or Beijing, China.

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