In each European program, American students work with an equal number of university students in the host countries: Denmark, the Netherlands, Poland, France, Germany.
The European Programs focus on three interrelated areas of contemporary and historic importance:
Fellows in the American Program in New York explore how Americans understand, practice, and manage diversity by studying:
After completion of the summer program, fellows implement their own action plan projects. HIA seeks to further fellows’ professional growth through the Senior Fellows Network and a variety of internships to which senior fellows have unique access (including positions at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the War Crimes Tribunal for Sarajevo, the United Nations, the U.S. House of Representatives, the European Parliament, the Danish Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, the Anne Frank Foundation, Interpol, and others).
Humanity In Action
Humanity in Action (HIA) is a New York-based organization that seeks to engage, inspire, and empower future human rights leaders through a transnational fellowship in which the fellows complete self-directed research projects that address contemporary minority issues and engage prominent human rights leaders.
Applicants from all backgrounds and academic disciplines are encouraged to apply. Selection criteria include academic achievement, intellectual curiosity, and commitment to human rights and minority issues. All costs are covered, including airfare.
Apply by MArch 1, 2011 at HIA.
Contact Nick Farrell, American Program Director: firstname.lastname@example.org