Eubios Ethics Institute
Eubios Ethics Institute is proud to partner with the American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN) to offer Eubios Ethics Institute Scholarships for tuition assistance upon application of financial need and past qualifications:
Postgraduate Certificate in Bioethics and Global Public Health [800 USD with Scholarship instead of 2000 USD full tuition]
Postgraduate Certificate in Community and Peace [800 USD with Scholarship instead of 2000 USD full tuition]
Masters in Bioethics and Global Public Health [5,000 USD with Scholarship instead of 15,000 USD full tuition]
Masters in Public Health [5,000 USD with Scholarship instead of 15,000 USD full tuition]
Master of Science in Sustainability Science [5,000 USD with Scholarship instead of 15,000 USD full tuition]
PhD. in Bioethics, Sustainability and Global Public Health [16,000 USD for those with a prior Masters degree with Scholarship instead of 32,000 USD]
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Flexible onsite, intensive workshops, group skype, combination delivery program - students can start immediately.
University of Hyogo - Eubios Looking Beyond Disaster Youth Forum (LBD3), Kobe, Japan, 8-11 September 2013
Follow the links to profiles of trainees and to their Action Plans.... (Meeting report)
Mr. Aziz Ibrahim Adibowo, Ms. Lintang Gustika Paratu, Ms. Andhina Ratri Aryani, Ms. Almira Elmida Kustari (Indonesia) - Founding KRI (Disaster Volunteer Community of Indonesia - Komunitas Relawan Indonesia) and Holding a Youth Disaster Festival in Jogyakarta
Dr. Prof. Ir. Dwikorita Karnawati, Dr. Wahyu Wilopo, Dr. Agung Setianto (Indonesia) - Organizing LBD5 in Yogyakarta
Mr. Sasaki Akihiko (Japan) LBD3 photographs and video
Mr. Yoshida Tetsuro (Japan) - Tour to Chernobyl and Feedback on Nuclear Disasters for Japan
Mr. Mohammad Haroon (Afghanistan) - Towards a National Framework for Disaster Management
Ms. Akiko Ishihara, Dr. Michiko Banba, Ms. Megumi Saito (Japan) - Exchange Tour - Fukushima Youth to Nagasaki/Minamata
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The outcomes of LBD3 included:
A successful meeting
At LBD3 there were more experts than at LBD2 and LBD1 interacting with young professionals and youth, and the geographical focus was more global. The conference brought together experts from different fields of disaster management and young professionals who are working to rebuild communities from disasters.
The participants had experienced natural disasters, and the challenges that means for their communities. Some had developed structures to enhance youth community service, and youth involvement in recovering from communities. If you have any inquiries you can write to the organizers.
The participants developed two dozen action plans, and some participants from previous LBD forums presented the results of their past activity. The venue and dates for LBD4 and LBD5 were decided for 2014.
The Third International Youth Forum Looking Beyond Disaster (LBD3) was the team who organised LBD2, led by Professors Darryl Macer and Michiko Banba, with funding from the Education Center for Disaster Reduction University of Hyogo and Eubios Ethics Institute, in cooperation with the American University of Sovereign Nations and Sakura-Net.
The organisers were the Education Center for Disaster Reduction at the University of Hyogo, Eubios Ethics Institute, and American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN).
On the last day many participants joined the excursion to Awajima, to visit the fault museum and site of the Great 1995 Awajima-Hanshin earthquake.
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