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innovative labor opportunities

EWOB Talks: Careers Without Borders

EWOB Talks: Careers Without Borders is open to everyone who shares our passion for innovative labor opportunities.

Join us as we delve into the fascinating world of international careers and explore the factors to consider when navigating global work opportunities. Discover the importance of adopting a human-centered partnership approach and gain inspiration on how motivation drives impactful development work, empowering individuals to create positive change worldwide.

We are honored to have Bosen Lily Liu, the United Nations Policy Lead on Youths, Education, Innovation, and Standardisation, as our esteemed speaker. With her vast expertise and invaluable insights, she will shed light on the intricacies of international careers and share strategies to seize innovative labor opportunities.

Adding to the richness of the discussion, Ratul Ahmed, Head of Market & Valuation Risk Management at Nordea Markets, Corporates & Institutions, will serve as the moderator of this event. With her profound industry knowledge and facilitation skills, Ratul will guide us through an engaging conversation that explores the nuances of careers without borders.

Whether you are a seasoned professional seeking to expand your horizons or a young aspiring leader eager to make a meaningful impact, this event is designed to provide you with actionable takeaways and a fresh perspective on navigating international labor markets.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge, network with like-minded professionals, and gain inspiration for your own career journey.


  • Bosen Lily Liu
    Currently working as the Head of Partnership and UN Liaison at UNESCO IESALC, Ms. Bosen Lily Liu has been leading consensus-making among multi-stakeholder to promote transforming education, establishing partnerships to support increasing access and quality of higher education, leading South-South Cooperation on strategic higher education planning and financing. Prio to this role, she has been a donor, managing 1.26 million donations to eight countries in the Global South during the pandemic; a policymaker on Education, Innovation, Environmental Efficiency and Standardisation with global scope covering all UN regions and hands-on experience in more than 40 countries; an innovator at grassroot level leading the creation of a robotic device that democratises access to literacy education; and a scholar specialised in South-South Cooperation, taking evidence-based approach to optimise the efficiency and impacts of partnership models and providing capacity building in Africa and Asia.
Registrations are open!
July 25
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm