The Peace-Building Institute is a bi-annual international Peacebuilding course that aims at building a global network of responsible leaders who are equipped to identify the signs of conflict–genocide in particular–and who have the ability and drive to take action to prevent it. To date, the Peace-Building Institute has trained around 150 youth from around the world, most of whom have become leaders who promote peace in their communities, countries and globally. This year’s Summer PBI will be conducted from June 05-18, 2017.

APPLICATION FORM FOR THE PEACE BUILDING INSTITUTE

  • The Peace-Building Institute is a bi-annual international Peacebuilding course that aims at building a global network of responsible leaders who are equipped to identify the signs of conflict–genocide in particular–and who have the ability and drive to take action to prevent it. To date, the Peace-Building Institute has trained around 150 youth from around the world, most of whom have become leaders who promote peace in their communities, countries and globally. This year's regional PBI will be conducted from June 05-18, 2017..
  • General Information

  • Education

  • Short Answers

  • Responses should be between 1-2 paragraphs per question. Note: We are seeking to select a group of young men and women from the region who have demonstrated interest in promoting and initiating Peacebuilding activities/projects in their respective communities. Participants from the same communities/countries are encouraged to work in groups to initiate Peacebuilding initiatives that respond/address their societal issues.
  • Language Proficiency

  • As English will be the language of the Peace-Building Institute, all participants will be required to have an advanced level of English to participate and in order to fully appreciate the discussions and readings. Please fill out the form below indicating your level of English language proficiency. Place an X in the appropriate boxes below for your proficiency in the English language.
  • Required Attachments

  • Applicants must provide their CV and a letter of recommendation from a professor or supervisor. This letter should address your personal and intellectual qualities, ability to work with others (including intercultural skills/cultural sensitivity), and relevant interests, skills and experiences.
 

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