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Here is the .pdf of the latest issue of the McGill Foreign Affairs Review:

MFAR Vol. II, Issue 1

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Written by mcgillfar

February 2, 2010 at 6:40 pm

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  1. Hello,

    My name is John Pritz and I, along with a team of U0 students at McGill University (William Miller, Christian Elliot, Nicholas Otis, Christopher Dennis, and Matthew Brightman) are traveling to Haiti over the upcoming reading week.
    We plan to create short fundraising videos for as many local level NGO’s on the ground now as possible. We have projects lined up with the Haiti Clinic, Health Through Communications, Help for Haiti, Meds and Food for Kids, among others. The fear of many of the smaller organizations that have been doing great work in Haiti for countless years is that once the public eye shifts toward a more ‘exciting’ tragedy, funding will fall through and their organization will disintegrate. Larger groups, like the Red Cross, will be able to withstand the decline in funding but the smallest, most locally based organizations (which incidentally are the ones that serve the people most in need) won’t be able to continue operations.

    I’m wondering if the McGill Foreign Affairs Review would be willing to help us in our project, either by publishing something about what we’re doing, or adding something about the organizations we’re working with once the videos have been finished. We are leaving on the 20th of February, and returning on the 29th. The videos should be finished within a week or two after our return. Thank you so much, and keep up the great work!

    John Pritz

    February 13, 2010 at 8:35 pm


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