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SECTION THREE:

Civil Society Fieldwork with

THE NEW YORK GRADUATE PLAN

Students will explore complex issues on an international scale through collecting evidence from credible sources, analyzing all findings, and developing informed conclusions. Through this process, the students under their Focus will develop critical thinking skills for their academic and career advancement, to be greater informed citizens , and create habits for sustained, life-long learning

IN CIVIL SOCIETY at the UNITED NATIONS

  • CAMPAIGN TO TRANSFORM GUN CULTURE TO CULTURE OF PEACE AND NONVIOLENCE
    > Peace Education and Training > Disarmament and Peacebuilding (long-term planning) > Humanitarian Disarmament (impact of SALW on people and animals) > Survivor’s Network and Women’s Network
  • + STRENGTHEN PROGRAMME OF ACTION FOR SMALL ARMS, LIGHT WEAPONS "
    > ISACS - International Standards for SALW > Synergy Movement of 18 worldwide Disarmament Instruments > Strong General Messaging (13 issues chosen by IANSA) > Application in USA

Fieldwork with Nonviolence Interntional New York

UN CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT

PRACTICAL PEACEBUILDING

AGENTS OF CHANGE

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The New York Graduate Plan offers applicants an opportunity unlike any other program of its kind. Through our curriculum, locations and field opportunities, we will provide participants with the tools and support needed to ensure individual success. We invite interested applicants to apply through the link below and take the first steps toward changing the world today.

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