This evening will help to support our education and public programs throughout the year, including exposing middle school students to other cultures, helping to prepare college students to compete in a global market place, engaging young professionals in human rights and social justice service, and working to broaden the horizons of our communities.
Illicit drug trafficking fuels a tremendous amount of violence and social degradation in the US and around the world. While the US prison population explodes, drug use continues to increase. On the other hand a number of countries have successfully decriminalized certain drugs. If US drug policy has so clearly failed at its goals, what is the way forward?
Model UN empowers students to step into the role of global ambassador. Through real-life simulations, students learn the organizational procedures of the United Nations and learn to debate global issues in a structured environment.
This twelve-week course educates participants on social justice related topics such as immigration, racism, global inequality and fair trade. While working through these issues, participants develop leadership skills to promote civic engagement outside of the classroom.
Our monthly community discussion series creates conversations based in international peace and human rights, joining together both local experts and members of the community for a dialogue about the global issues that are challenging our society.
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