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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. Your training starts with the 42 Days online self-development program on the interactive platform providing you the basic theory and practice; develop the tool for inner peace and learn about the concept of PIPO – INNER PEACE + OUTER PEACE = SUSTAINABLE WORLD PEACE. Through the Online Special OPS you have the means to share true peace to friends, family, school and your community at large. The received fellowship may be in Thailand, Africa, Europe and Latin America.
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The participants gather to find green answers for important questions of today –alternative energy, development of green movement, cycling, city evolution, anti-discrimination, LGBT rights, digital rights. There will present several environmental, social, human rights and culture projects which unite the activity of greens from Belarus, Russia and European Union.
The Program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State includes one academic year of non-degree coursework at a community college or university in the United States. In addition, you are expected to participatein part-time volunteer work and obtain a part-time professional internship. Fellows each give two required presentations during the fellowship, sharing their countries’ histories and traditions with Americans at their host institutions and in off-campus settings. At the start of the fellowship, each participant receives a “Cultural Passport to America”, which is modeled to look loosely like a U.S. passport. For participation in cultural events and activities, Global UGRAD fellows receive Passport stamps. Through the Passport, fellows present how they have explored various aspects of U.S. culture and the linkages they’ve forged with Americans over the program year. It’s free! Absolutely free!
The program provides an opportunity for representatives from various professional groups in the countries of Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia to become acquainted with today’s Poland. During short-term study visits representatives of government administration and local self-governments, employees of central state institutions and leaders of non-governmental organisations have a chance to benefit from Polish achievements in democratic and free-market transformations, creating a country governed by the rule of law, and experiences of “Poland’s path” to membership in the European Union. Free!
- Novuya Meduya, Journalistic Camp in Suprasl, Poland
- “Youth in Action” programm “Soceity needs you” project, Kiev-Irpen, Ukraine