MIR Alumna launches new International Relations Website

Written on November 14, 2011 by Ángeles Figueroa-Alcorta in Master in International Relations (MIR)

Sonja Be (MIR Alumna, Class of 2011)

Sonja Be, a 2011 graduate of the Master in International Relations at IE School of Arts & Humanities, has launched her very own blog. Sonja has combined her interests, knowledge, and passion for international relations with media, and created a website that serves as a platform to confront, educate and inspire with thorough and creative communication, shedding light on the world’s often unnoticed problems. Sonja has launched this site in an attempt to promote discussion and debate on a variety of issues in international relations.  It covers topics on women, youth, human rights, international community, media, and education. Sonja’s blog has received over 1600 page visits since it was created, just two days ago.

Sonja is an aspiring young journalist of Iranian-Swedish-Canadian descent. In addition to the Master in International Relations from IE School of Arts & Humanities, Sonja also holds a BA in Professional Communications from Royal Roads University and a Diploma in Radio Broadcasting from British Columbia Institute of Technology. She has ample professional experience in media and communications. Sonja has lived, worked, and studied in three different countries.

We invite you to follow Sonja and her blog by subscribing to the newsletter on her website: www.sonjabe.com

Check out Sonja’s website here.


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