Talk to a Diplomat: A.Y. Jackson Secondary School

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Watch as I interview Mr. Robert Barter. He is a Teacher and Department Head at A.Y. Jackson Secondary School in the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board. Mr. Barter teaches World Issues.

Mr. Barter discusses the significance of teaching World Issues to students. In addition, he discusses the approach that he uses in order to engage student involvement in international relations. Listen as he examines the top three issues of concern pertaining to international relations and affairs.

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Interview with Mr. Robert Barter: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

Next, Mr. Barter’s World Issues students discuss plans they have for the future. In addition, I provide students with advice about pursuing a career in international relations and affairs. I also discuss the significance of the NATO Association of Canada.

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Part I: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

Next, students further engage in a discussion about the impact of NATO.

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Part II: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

Listen as I discuss the Internship and Junior Research Fellowship opportunities available at the NATO Association of Canada.

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Part III: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

In addition, I discuss the work that I do as the Program Editor of Global Horizons. Watch as I discuss the significance of the conference held at the MacKenzie Institute.

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Part IV: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

Lastly, I discuss Larisa Beresneva’s previous experience.

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Part V: NATO ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

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Magdalena Surma

About Magdalena Surma

Magdalena Surma is currently Canada's NATO Program Contributor and Outreach Coordinator. Former Program Editor of Global Horizons, Magdalena completed a BA in Legal Studies (Honours) and a Masters in Public Service at the University of Waterloo. She also attended Harvard during two summers, where she completed courses in psychology, government, and law. In addition, she successfully completed Harvard Law School’s Executive Education Program in Negotiation and Leadership. Magdalena is currently completing an LLB through University of London’s International Program. She is passionate about law, government, and charitable non-profit organizations. As an avid researcher, she hopes to extend her research to investigate women in security while examining society, culture, and international relations. In addition, Magdalena is also passionate about international business and economy. She is very excited about being involved with various projects at NATO, specifically engaging youth and society about international affairs. Apart from a love of politics, Magdalena enjoys fine art, ballet, and classical music.