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3 more weeks to apply!

3 more weeks before the application deadline! The Caux Scholars Program is accepting applications for our summer program in Switzerland.This year, we are celebrating 25 years of the program in Switzerland. Our scholars will be helping with running a conference called Just Governance for Human Security during the program.Caux Scholar Programs brings together young leaders from around world…See More
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Call for Applications, multi-disciplinary approach to conflict transformation, transitional justice, and principled leadership in Switzerland

The Caux Scholars Program (CSP) is accepting applications for our summer peacebuilding program in Switzerland. Caux Scholars Program is one month academic program that teaches students how to be peacebuilders in every facet of their lives. The program is set in the serene foothills of the Swiss Alps--in Caux, Switzerland, above the world famous Montreux. The cornerstone of CSP’s curriculum ishighlighting the need for personal transformation in order to find true reconciliation & sustainable…See More
Jan 15
Bhabasagar Ghimire replied to Jitka Hromek-Vaitla's discussion Call for Applications, multi-disciplinary approach to conflict transformation, transitional justice, and principled leadership in Switzerland
"Dear Madam/Sir I am working in Nepal for Search for Common Ground in a peace building project through Media. I found this interesting. The project in which I am working is about to end in this December.But personally I would like to continue the…"
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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Studied Peace and Conflict Relations at American University, Washington DC. Over 15 years of nonprofit management.
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Peace and Conflict, Transitional Justice, Anti-trafficking initiatives and nonprofit management
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USA
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Program Director, The Caux Scholars Program
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15+
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http://us.iofc.org/caux-scholars-program-iofc/
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Organizational Development
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Program Administration

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Only 7 DAYS LEFT to apply for the Caux Scholars Program

Posted on February 21, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Frequently practitioners see conflict resolution, development and humanitarian relief as distinct areas of practice. In reality, these fields are intrinsically intermingled. Embracing a conflict transformation lens can make humanitarian and development projects more sustainable. CSP can train practitioners to mainstream conflict transformation and transitional justice perspectives to improve their work, regardless of their programmatic specialty.

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Caux Scholars Program - deadline February 15!

Posted on January 21, 2014 at 2:26pm 0 Comments

The Caux Scholars Program (CSP) is a month long summer peacebuilding institute for young leaders, aged 21-35. Since its founding in 1991, CSP has 409 alumni from 105 countries. The Program equips scholars with the inspiration to be the change they want to see in the world and the practical skills to do so.

CSP teaches students to analyze a conflict, to understand the factors that create and sustain conflicts, and provide practical understanding of approaches to…

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Caux Scholars Program - 2012 Summer Course in Conflict Transformation and Peace Building in Switzerland

Posted on November 16, 2011 at 3:23pm 0 Comments

The Caux Scholars Program July 1-29, 2012 will offer a learning experience in "Exploring Justice: Transitional, Restorative and Indigenous Applications" for young professionals and students ages 20-35. The program takes place in the historic Caux Center in Switzerland. Students have the opportunity to participate in the …

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