This is sponsored organizational post.
It is our pleasure to announce that the Caux Scholars Program (CSP) in Switzerland is accepting applications for our summer peacebuilding program. Please help us find potential scholars for our summer CSP 2020 program and encourage them to apply.
We are looking for committed students and young professionals from all continents and diverse backgrounds who will benefit tomorrow’s peacebuilders.
The Caux Scholars Program is a 4-week residential conflict transformation program held annually at Caux, Switzerland. CSP deepens the work of practitioners in mainstream disciplines of conflict transformation, legislation and policy, development studies, international relations, and transitional justice through experiential learning tools and engagements with scholars from 15 or more countries. The program teaches students to identify and analyze conflicts, to understand the factors that create and sustain conflicts, and to use practical methods to diffuse conflicts through global disciplines in conflict prevention, negotiation, and development studies. Since the program’s inception in 1991, CSP has demonstrated conflict transformation in action where sustainable progress is made toward personal honesty, accountability, sustained dialogue, reflection, reconciliation, restorative justice, and people-centered decision-making processes. A deep lens into the procedures of international criminal courts, truth and reconciliation commissions, restitution/reparations, reintegration strategies (DDR), and memorialization practices, are also explored.
Program Fees: USD 3,800 (covers tuition, meals, lodging). Scholarships available based on merits and needs.
Location: Caux Palace in Caux, Switzerland
Dates: June 28 – July 27, 2020
Participation: Limited to 20 students
Application deadline: March 6, 2020
- Be between the ages of 21 and 35 (Exceptions have been made for outstanding candidates)
- Have a high level of academic achievement
- Demonstrate leadership qualities and commitment to public or community service
- Exhibit interest in the ethical dimensions of world affairs
- Possess openness to a multi-cultural learning experience
- Provide 2 letters of recommendation including one (1) from an academic reference
- A non-refundable fee of USD 25
- Current or most recent university transcripts
To apply, visit our website: https://us.iofc.org/caux-scholars-program-switzerland
For more information, contact the Caux Scholars Program Director: Jitka Hromek-Vaitla, at [email protected]