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]
Please visit http://www.ausn.info for the program details; alumni; application forms; faculty; and Email inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Flexible onsite, intensive workshops, group skype, combination delivery program - students can start immediately.
Ninth International Youth Peace Ambassador Training Workshop (YPA9), Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, Scottsdale (Phoenix), Arizona, USA (with one day trip to Grand Canyon, Navajo Nation, and a one day trip to San Carlos Apache Nation and memorial; and post conference tours to California), 21-28 August 2014. Abstract book and agenda (20 August 2014 version)
Action Plans developed at YPA9 include:
Mr. Rimesh Khanal, Mr. Bibek Adhikari, Ms.Dolma Lama, Ms. Bijayata Maharjan (Nepal) - The Green Revolution in Nepal: the intervention of responsibility of the youth in the sustainability of the future
Mr. Mohammad Haroon Shafiqi (Afghanistan) - Peace and Education
Ms. Wided Lahmar (Tunisia) - Personal coaching for teenagers
Ms. Laura Ballantyne-Brodie (Australia) - Rent to the World
Professor Ryo Takahashi (Japan) - Olympic Indigenous Conference
Professor Angelica M Baylon (the Philippines) - Hosting a YPA in MAAP, the Philippines
Mrs. Raquel Smith (USA) - How to Listen to the Voices of our Ancestors
Mrs. Lalitha Murali (USA)
Ms. Anne Parayil (India)
Mr. Anik Parayil (India)
Included a group trip to Grand Canyon, one of seven wonders of the world, and other cultural and natural sites. Sixty empowered young professionals and youth from around the world gathered under the Youth Peace Ambassadors (YPA) International in building peace in the world. Youth from countries all around the world shared experiences of working to promote the culture of peace and to develop practical action plans.
Since 2010, Eubios Ethics Institute in cooperation with partner institutions including American University of Sovereign Nations (AUSN), UNESCO, Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation and others have organized seven Youth Peace Ambassador Training Workshops across the Asia-Pacific region with 520 youth from 50 countries. No matter what your circumstances or age you are welcome to join. Together, the participants identify issues that can promote a culture of peace. So far they have developed 220 action projects promoted at making a difference in their communities. People and NGOs will come from all faith communities and interests.
There was a particular theme in YPA9 on empowerment of indigenous Peoples. YPA9 was organized with the cooperation of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) Youth Council.
Join us to reflect on life and peace. We will listen to the reports of past peace and community service actions by youth, in a range of areas from around the world. There will be world renowned professors and activists who campaign to protect human rights and peace. All participants will be assisted to develop an action plan to help develop their community and the world. The programme is both for fresh persons to community service as well as persons who are actually doing things to rebuild communities. If you are one of these people, or would like to become one, then you can join us with about 120 participants expected.
Faculty and Facilitators included Prof. Darryl Macer, Director, Eubios Ethics Institute and Provost; Director, Institute of Indigenous Peoples and Global Studies, AUSN; Prof. Thomas A. Gionis, President, AUSN, and Chair, Fulbright Academy of Law, Peace and Public Health; Prof. Govindan Parallyl, Vice-Rector, United Nations University; Ms. Ananya Tritipthumrongchok, International Peace and Development Ethics Centre, Thailand; Mr. Rimesh Khanal, Youth’s UNESCO Club Nepal; Cr. Wendsler Nosie, Apache Nation; Prof. Angelica Baylon, Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, the Philippines; Prof. Ryo Takahashi, Japan; Prof. Martha Marcela Rodriguez Alanis, Mexico and many others .
YPA9 delegates stayed in the Holiday Inn Express North Scottsdale.
Email: email@example.com. For previous trainees of YPA or LBD workshops the applicants do not need to submit the letter of intent but fill in the form to register.
Those participants who would like to give a presentation should send a 300 word abstract. [All participants will also present their action plan developed at the Workshop during the YPA8 event]
The final agenda and abstract books will soon be online.
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