Tuesday, October 2, 2012

CONTACT: Peacebuilding Training and Education for SAARC Emerging Leaders


Peacebuilding Training and Education for SAARC Emerging Leaders
SAARC-South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation

December 5-16, 2012, Kathmandu, Nepal

The Conflict Transformation across Cultures CONTACT Programs, is currently accepting applications for the fourth peacebuilding course in Kathmandu. CONTACT has offered world-class training programs in the US for 16 years, and has led 5 programs in Africa.

Selection Criteria: participants will be selected by application, based on their work experience, educational background, English skills, and references. For schedule, location and fees please visit the program website: http://www.sit.edu/graduate/18382.htm

CONTACT is a short-term, concentrated, and intense educational immersion program for rising leaders from around the world who are engaged in responding to conflict, promoting social change, and building sustainable peace. CONTACT offers professional development programs and a graduate certificate program in conflict transformation, leading to a Master’s Degree at the SIT Graduate Institute. With more than 1000 graduates spanning the globe, CONTACT is of proven effectiveness in educating for peace leadership, conflict-sensitive development, and transformative intercultural exchange.

Application deadline for SAARC CONTACT is October 30, 2012

For application, questions and clarifications, please write to contactprogram@sit.edu

Download the CONTACT South Asia application form (DOC)
and be sure to review the full instructions for applying on the How To Apply to the CONTACT South Asia program page.


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