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IWC Alumnus procures dream job in Indonesia

Jeremy Diner from the USA has begun work as the Overseas Community Manager for a non-governmental organisation called Barefoot Conservation.
IWC Alumnus procures dream job in Indonesia

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Barefoot Conservation is a new and exciting, not-for-profit organisation that takes a fresh look at marine conservation and community awareness. Its focus is grass roots conservation and community action, engaging, educating and empowering the local community to make sustainable conservation a way of life.

Jeremy runs the community development aspects of a project which is increases understanding of crucial marine environments in Raja Ampat, Indonesia while simultaneously giving back to the communities that rely on them.

"One of the crucial concepts that I learned at IWC that I am applying with Barefoot Conservation is in regard to how to approach the concept of ‘aid’," Jeremy said.

"As a key designer of community projects, I ensure that all stakeholders' desires, aspirations, and concerns are taken on board before a project is set to go forward.

Jeremy Diner"Broadly, I will help improve societies by working with them to protect their environment, and in turn, improve their health and their livelihoods. I feel very fortunate to be taking such a big step in that direction so early in my career."


Read more about IWC's Master of Integrated Water Management (MIWM)

Read more about Jeremy's experience in the IWC Master of Integrated Water Management, and his final Masters project

Read more about Barefoot Conservation


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