Summer School: UN Alliance for Civilizations-EF Summer School (open to youth across the globe), NY

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Summer School: UN Alliance for Civilizations-EF Summer School (open to youth across the globe), NY

Cross-posted from UNAOC:  http://www.unaocefsummerschool.org/summer-school/

The UNAOC – EF Summer School
The conviction that youth are a driving force for positive social change is the basis for the UNAOC – EF Summer School. This week-long summer school brings together 100 youth from across the globe to address pressing global challenges within the context of cultural and religious diversity.

Apply now

Skills for positive social change
The seminars, workshops and roundtable discussions at the Summer School will cover a range of themes and topics, including:

  • Negotiation for peace-building and cooperation
  • Using social media for positive social change
  • Fostering responsible global citizenship
  • Effective advocacy
  • Media and information literacy
  • Essentials of social entrepreneurship
A world-class international campus

The UNAOC – EF Summer School will be held on EF’s historic American campus in Tarrytown, New York. Participants will be hosted on the center’s 25-acre campus, which boasts on site residences, student lounges, a fitness center and swimming pool.

Summer School
A visit to UN headquarters in New York City
One highlight of this year’s Summer School will be a guided tour of the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Participants will tour the General Assembly Hall and explore a variety of exhibits detailing the history of the UN and learn about how the UN addresses issues such as disarmament, peace and security.

 

Summer School: UN Alliance for Civilizations-EF Summer School (open to youth across the globe), NY

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Summer School: UN Alliance for Civilizations-EF Summer School (open to youth across the globe), NY

Cross-posted from UNAOC:  http://www.unaocefsummerschool.org/summer-school/

The UNAOC – EF Summer School
The conviction that youth are a driving force for positive social change is the basis for the UNAOC – EF Summer School. This week-long summer school brings together 100 youth from across the globe to address pressing global challenges within the context of cultural and religious diversity.

Apply now

Skills for positive social change
The seminars, workshops and roundtable discussions at the Summer School will cover a range of themes and topics, including:

  • Negotiation for peace-building and cooperation
  • Using social media for positive social change
  • Fostering responsible global citizenship
  • Effective advocacy
  • Media and information literacy
  • Essentials of social entrepreneurship
A world-class international campus

The UNAOC – EF Summer School will be held on EF’s historic American campus in Tarrytown, New York. Participants will be hosted on the center’s 25-acre campus, which boasts on site residences, student lounges, a fitness center and swimming pool.

A visit to USummer SchoolN headquarters in New York City
One highlight of this year’s Summer School will be a guided tour of the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Participants will tour the General Assembly Hall and explore a variety of exhibits detailing the history of the UN and learn about how the UN addresses issues such as disarmament, peace and security.

 

Negotiation Questionnaire — anyone willing to take 20 minutes to respond?

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Dear Blog Readers and PCDN Members,

I am conducting some research on a topic in negotiation and I was hoping that some of you would be willing to participate.  I do not want to state directly what the topics and issues are at the heart of the research because I think that might influence your answers.  I hope that will intrigue you!  🙂  

If you are willing to take 20 minutes to fill out the attached questionnaire and send back to me at jweiss@law.harvard.edu I would be deeply appreciative.  And will be happy to reciprocate in the future.  

Please let me know if you have questions.  I am happy to tell you more after you have filled in the questionnaire.  

Best,

Josh Weiss.