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STUDENT AWARD 2024 - EUROPE, ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE

STUDENT AWARD COMPETITION - SPRING 2024 (Submissions now closed!)

The Center for International Relations announces its Spring 2024 Student Writing Competition, where winners are eligible for publication in the upcoming issue of International Affairs Forum.

For the Spring 2024 issue, submissions will be accepted for the two following topics ONLY:

  • Europe (topic examples: EU, migration, populism, economics, NATO, Russia)
  • Addressing Climate Change (topic examples: regional-specific, agriculture, decarbonization, adaptive policies or efforts, preventative policies or efforts) 

All submissions should be between 1,000 – 1,500 words, excluding footnotes, and must be submitted to editor@ia-forum.org before midnight EST on February 2, 2024.  We prefer opinion/editorial style pieces.  Only college enrolled students are eligible to participate.

NOTE: Submissions may be made by an individuals or group of individuals.

Additional guidelines can be found here.

For examples of winning pieces see our previous issue on Climate Change and Energy (Environmental Protection via Multilevel Governance by Jean Vilbert and Nuclear Energy in the EU by Rodrigo Guillermo Lozano).

If you're not sure your topic is a fit or have any other questions, contact us at editor@ia-forum.org

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