The fellowship offers a 14 days intensive training program providing participants with deeper insight in the relationship between inner peace and sustainable world peace and enhancing their ability to create peace within their family, professional and social environment.
In addition to our intense meditation practice, participants will gain knowledge of various theoretical approaches that include:
- Conflict resolution and the role of basic human self-discipline
- The role of our habits in our daily life and how to improve them; the 5 Rooms of Life approach
- The factors that determine our perception to think, act and speak; relation between body and mind. For more: http://www.peacerevolution.net/
PATHWAYS Leadership for Progress is a leadership program and is now accepting applications from highly qualified undergraduate students with financial need commencing studies in October 2013. The goals of the PATHWAYS program are to 1) develop the student’s leadership ability through supporting their efforts to improve their community, 2) facilitate the education and encourage career development of individuals who are highly qualified academically, motivated, and dedicated to improving their country, 3) provide mentoring to establish the future leader in his/her career and to assure the successful implementation of the community project and 4) foster lifelong civic-minded collaborations among youth from different ethnicities. Along with participation in this program is the availability fee assistance to those accepted to the University of Nairobi or Kenyatta University (only for students under the regular/module I programme). For more: http://www.pathwayslp.org/latest-news/
The MediAsia event is a remarkable cross-cultural and interdisciplinary discussion, which encourage academics and scholars to meet and exchange ideas and views in a forum encouraging lively but respectful dialogue. This international conference will bring together a number of university scholars working throughout Japan, Asia, and beyond to share ideas. For more: http://www.mediasia.iafor.org/
The North Africa International Model United Nation (NAIMUN) was founded on August 12, 2012 by a coalition of North African Youths who thought that young people ought to be seen as sources of energy and potential, and as the bearers of our future. NAIMUN offers a unique opportunity to experience the challenges of international negotiation and diplomacy. NAIMUN is on its way to involve youth in international decision making process.We achieve our objectives through Seminars, forums, dialogues and international conferences throughout North Africa.
This year annual conference will take place in Tunis, Tunisia from the 2nd to the 5th of September 2013. Throughout the conference, delegates will gain insight into the workings of the United Nations by actively participating in the resolution of important global issues. Participants will not only work with hundreds of other motivated college students with the common goals of furthering international awareness and building consensus, but will also work within a lively social setting. For more: http://northafricainternationalmun.wordpress.com/
Acumen is proud to announce Human-Centered Design for Social Innovation, a five-week course that we’ve created in conjunction with IDEO.org. This course will get you started using the human-centered design process to create innovative, effective, and sustainable solutions for social change in your community. Want to learn more? Watch this short video. For more: http://plusacumen.org/courses/hcd-for-social-innovation/
We are seeking to recruit up to two fellows with international reputations for innovative work in the areas of gender and development and sexuality and development. One appointee will be a senior fellow who will consolidate and innovate the Institute’s programme of research and advisory work on gender and development. The other appointee will lead a 2-3 year programme of work on Sexuality, Law and Poverty. The sexuality work is largely, but not wholly, embedded within the Participation, Power and Social Change research team while the gender work is spread across all Institute research teams. For more: http://www.ids.ac.uk/job/research-fellows-gender-and-development
Launched in 1967, the International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) is a distinguished program offered by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) to assist mid-career scholars and professionals in advancing their analytic capabilities and broadening their foreign policy experience. The program aims to strengthen career development by helping outstanding individuals acquire and apply foreign policy skills beyond the scope of their professional and scholarly achievements. The distinctive character of the IAF Program lies in the contrasting professional experiences fellows obtain through their twelve-month appointment. Selected fellows from academia and the private sector spend fellowship tenures in public service and policy-oriented settings, while government officials spend their tenures in a scholarly atmosphere free from operational pressure. CFR awards approximately ten fellowships annually. For more: http://www.cfr.org/thinktank/fellowships/iaf.html