Responsables d'ONG

Contacts utiles pour le programme NGO Leaders

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Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste non exhaustive de contacts selon la thématique du programme dans laquelle votre projet s'inscrit :

Titre accordéon: 
Catalogue général - liste non-exhaustive
Contenu accordéon: 
  • UNESCO – Non Governmental Organizations

http://en.unesco.org/partnerships/non-governmental-organizations/list?title=&field_acronym_value=&field_interest_value=All&field_postal_address_country=US

Base de données créé par UNESCO.  Facile de chercher les ONG par localisation sur la carte interactive.   

 

  • U.S. Department of States – NGOs

https://www.state.gov/j/drl/lnks/ngo/             

Liste des ONG aux Etats-Unis.  Egalement il y a une liste de quelques universités avec des programmes spécifiques. 

 

  • Duke University Libraries – NGO Research Guide

https://library.duke.edu/research/subject/guides/ngo_guide/ngo_database

Catalogue mondial, affiner la recherche sur Amérique du Nord. 

 

  • Wango

http://www.wango.org/resources.aspx?section=ngodir&sub=region&regionID=21&col=F85038

Catalogue mondial, affiner la recherche sur Amérique du Nord, Etats-Unis.

(Services détaillés soumis à adhésion)  

 

 

Titre accordéon: 
Egalité des chances
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/, http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/, http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Droits de l’Homme
Contenu accordéon: 
  • University of Bridgeport, Connecticut: College of Public and International Affairs

Contact person: Thomas Ward, Dean of the College of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Internationalization, ward@bridgeport.edu;

Bridgeport University works with several non-governmental organizations, especially in the fields of Immigration, Human Rights, Intercultural Dialogue and Economic Integration. The University of Bridgeport holds DPI status with the United Nations and was chosen by the United States Peace Corps as the first Peace Corps Preparation program in New England. 

Please visit: http://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/cpia/deans-welcome/

 

  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

 

  • Indiana University: Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
     

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy defines “philanthropy” as voluntary action for the public good—giving, service, and volunteering. The school has extensive experience hosting short-term fellowships including the Mandela Washington Fellows and the Richard Rockefeller Fellows for meetings, site visits, and other direct experiences with local nonprofits. With a substantial network of contacts, they can help connect fellows to nonprofits working in their key areas of interest. The school also offers academic courses and executive training on social entrepreneurship, fundraising, ethics, civil society, and international/comparative study as well as occasional courses on topics such as religious traditions, race, social justice, and gender as they relate to philanthropy. 

Contact person: Cathie CARRIGAN, International Programs, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: cmcarrig@iupui.edu

Please visit: http://philanthropy.iupui.edu

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Droits des femmes
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • University of Bridgeport, Connecticut: College of Public and International Affairs

Contact person: Thomas Ward, Dean of the College of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Internationalization, ward@bridgeport.edu;

Bridgeport University works with several non-governmental organizations, especially in the fields of Immigration, Human Rights, Intercultural Dialogue and Economic Integration. The University of Bridgeport holds DPI status with the United Nations and was chosen by the United States Peace Corps as the first Peace Corps Preparation program in New England. 

Please visit: http://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/cpia/deans-welcome/

 

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

 

  • Indiana University: Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
     

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy defines “philanthropy” as voluntary action for the public good—giving, service, and volunteering. The school has extensive experience hosting short-term fellowships including the Mandela Washington Fellows and the Richard Rockefeller Fellows for meetings, site visits, and other direct experiences with local nonprofits. With a substantial network of contacts, they can help connect fellows to nonprofits working in their key areas of interest. The school also offers academic courses and executive training on social entrepreneurship, fundraising, ethics, civil society, and international/comparative study as well as occasional courses on topics such as religious traditions, race, social justice, and gender as they relate to philanthropy. 

Contact person: Cathie CARRIGAN, International Programs, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: cmcarrig@iupui.edu

Please visit: http://philanthropy.iupui.edu

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Lutte contre les discriminations
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Dialogue interculturel
Contenu accordéon: 
  • University of Bridgeport, Connecticut: College of Public and International Affairs

Contact person: Thomas Ward, Dean of the College of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Internationalization, ward@bridgeport.edu;

Bridgeport University works with several non-governmental organizations, especially in the fields of Immigration, Human Rights, Intercultural Dialogue and Economic Integration. The University of Bridgeport holds DPI status with the United Nations and was chosen by the United States Peace Corps as the first Peace Corps Preparation program in New England. 

Please visit: http://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/cpia/deans-welcome/

 

  • St. Johns University: Institute for International Communication

Contact person: Basilio G. Monteiro, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research: monteirb@stjohns.edu. Telephone: 718 -990 -7339

St. Johns University works side by side with many non-profits including but not limited to: World Vision, Islamic Relief- USA, Caritas, Evangelical Luthern Church of America, Tzu Chi Buddhist Foundation, Tannenbaum Foundation, Salvation Army – USA.

Please visit: www.stjohns.edu/instituteicm  

 

  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • Indiana University: Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
     

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy defines “philanthropy” as voluntary action for the public good—giving, service, and volunteering. The school has extensive experience hosting short-term fellowships including the Mandela Washington Fellows and the Richard Rockefeller Fellows for meetings, site visits, and other direct experiences with local nonprofits. With a substantial network of contacts, they can help connect fellows to nonprofits working in their key areas of interest. The school also offers academic courses and executive training on social entrepreneurship, fundraising, ethics, civil society, and international/comparative study as well as occasional courses on topics such as religious traditions, race, social justice, and gender as they relate to philanthropy. 

Contact person: Cathie CARRIGAN, International Programs, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: cmcarrig@iupui.edu

Please visit: http://philanthropy.iupui.edu

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Dialogue interreligieux
Contenu accordéon: 
  • St. Johns University: Institute for International Communication

Contact person: Basilio G. Monteiro, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research: monteirb@stjohns.edu. Telephone: 718 -990 -7339

St. Johns University works side by side with many non-profits including but not limited to: World Vision, Islamic Relief- USA, Caritas, Evangelical Luthern Church of America, Tzu Chi Buddhist Foundation, Tannenbaum Foundation, Salvation Army – USA.

Please visit: www.stjohns.edu/instituteicm  

 

  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

 

  • Indiana University: Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
     

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy defines “philanthropy” as voluntary action for the public good—giving, service, and volunteering. The school has extensive experience hosting short-term fellowships including the Mandela Washington Fellows and the Richard Rockefeller Fellows for meetings, site visits, and other direct experiences with local nonprofits. With a substantial network of contacts, they can help connect fellows to nonprofits working in their key areas of interest. The school also offers academic courses and executive training on social entrepreneurship, fundraising, ethics, civil society, and international/comparative study as well as occasional courses on topics such as religious traditions, race, social justice, and gender as they relate to philanthropy. 

Contact person: Cathie CARRIGAN, International Programs, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: cmcarrig@iupui.edu

Please visit: http://philanthropy.iupui.edu

Titre accordéon: 
Vivre ensemble, intégration, immigration
Contenu accordéon: 
  • University of Bridgeport, Connecticut: College of Public and International Affairs

Contact person: Thomas Ward, Dean of the College of Public and International Affairs and Vice President for Internationalization, ward@bridgeport.edu;

Bridgeport University works with several non-governmental organizations, especially in the fields of Immigration, Human Rights, Intercultural Dialogue and Economic Integration. The University of Bridgeport holds DPI status with the United Nations and was chosen by the United States Peace Corps as the first Peace Corps Preparation program in New England. 

Please visit: http://www.bridgeport.edu/academics/schools-colleges/cpia/deans-welcome/

 

  • St. Johns University: Institute for International Communication

Contact person: Basilio G. Monteiro, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Research: monteirb@stjohns.edu. Telephone: 718 -990 -7339

St. Johns University works side by side with many non-profits including but not limited to: World Vision, Islamic Relief- USA, Caritas, Evangelical Luthern Church of America, Tzu Chi Buddhist Foundation, Tannenbaum Foundation, Salvation Army – USA.

Please visit: www.stjohns.edu/instituteicm  

 

  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

 

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

 

  • Indiana University: Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
     

The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy defines “philanthropy” as voluntary action for the public good—giving, service, and volunteering. The school has extensive experience hosting short-term fellowships including the Mandela Washington Fellows and the Richard Rockefeller Fellows for meetings, site visits, and other direct experiences with local nonprofits. With a substantial network of contacts, they can help connect fellows to nonprofits working in their key areas of interest. The school also offers academic courses and executive training on social entrepreneurship, fundraising, ethics, civil society, and international/comparative study as well as occasional courses on topics such as religious traditions, race, social justice, and gender as they relate to philanthropy. 

Contact person: Cathie CARRIGAN, International Programs, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: cmcarrig@iupui.edu

Please visit: http://philanthropy.iupui.edu

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Lutte contre les extrémismes
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Accès à la santé, à l’éducation, à l’emploi
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

 

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

 

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

Titre accordéon: 
Education par le sport
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: College of Education, Health, and Human Services

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State University has faculty who can provide expertise in Equal Opportunity, Human Rights, Women’s Rights, The Fight Against all Kinds of Discrimination, Intercultural Dialogue, Religious Dialogue, Living Together, Integration, Immigration, The Fight against Extremism, Access to Healthcare, Access to Education, Access to Jobs, Sports Education, and Conflict Resolution.   As a College of Education, Health, and Human Services, with a strong emphasis on social justice woven into all courses, we have experts in sports education, career and job readiness, refugee and second language learners, intercultural communication, and women’s studies.

Please Visit: http://www.kent.edu/ehhs

 

  • Appalachian State University: The Office of International Education and Development

Contact person: Jesse Lutabingwa, Ph.D. Professor of Public Administration & Associate Vice Chancellor: lutabingwajl@appstate.edu. Telephone: +1-828-262-2046

Through the Appalachian & the Community Together (ACT), the University partners with over 160 local non-profit organizations in the community.  Additionally, Appalachian has a very strong civic engagement focus on campus and in the community.  The University is classified as a community engaged campus by the Carnegie Foundation first awarded to the University in 2008 and valid until 2025. 

Please visit: http://act.appstate.edu/community-partners

Titre accordéon: 
Résolution de conflits
Contenu accordéon: 
  • Kent State University: Kent State’s Center for Conflict Management

Contact Person: Linda R. Robertson, Ph.D., Director of Gerald H. Read Center for International and Intercultural Education: lfrobert@kent.edu

Kent State’s Center for Conflict Management was created to study and to promote peaceful mechanisms of change.  Today the Center for applied Conflict Management regularly enrolls over 1000 students each year in courses that teach applied conflict management and non-violent change. 

Please Visit: https://www.kent.edu/cacm

  • Mississippi State University

Mississippi State University in Starkville, MS, specializes broadly in community and NGO engaged university programs and has a dedicated Social Science Research Center that focuses on the wellbeing, health, and safety of populations in Mississippi, the nation, and to a lesser extent the world. Additionally, the Center for Community-Based Learning has contacts with several NGOs in Jackson and the Delta that include the Mississippi Center for Justice, the Southern Poverty Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union, Southern ECHO, and the International Museum for Muslim Cultures. Finally, Gender Studies courses examine gender as a social, cultural, biological and psychological phenomenon and the various ideologies that underpin the distinctions that different societies over time have made between the categories of “man” and “woman.”

Contact Person: Richard H. Nader, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for International Programs, Executive Director, International Institute, Research Professor, Public Administration: rnader@international.msstate.edu

Please visit: http://ssrc.msstate.edu/http://www.servicelearning.msstate.edu/http://www.genderstudies.msstate.edu/, or https://gcd.msucares.com/

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