The IHL Action Campaign aims to teach American youth and young adults about IHL through peer education.
o The IHL Action Campaign empowers young people to think critically and grapple with issues of armed conflict facing our world, preparing them to be informed global citizens.
o The American Red Cross selects university and high school students to become team leaders. After undergoing extensive training, these team leaders teach IHL to a group of local high school students (team members).
o Team leaders teach the group of team members about IHL through Raid Cross, an educational program that engages students in simulations and activities.
o Team leaders and team members take what they have learned in Raid Cross and educate the wider community about IHL through a creative project called the “IHL Action Campaign.”
o The 2013–14 IHL Action Campaign was successful in teaching participants about IHL. A comprehensive survey analysis conducted by the American Red Cross reveals that a substantial increase in understanding of IHL principles took place among participants.
International Services kick-off meeting on Wednesday, 3 September 2014, 5:30 p.m., at the Salt Lake Area Chapter building 555 East 300 South. This initial meeting will probably take about 90 minutes. See flyer for more information.
Join faculty and students from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese in a celebration of Brazilian music and poetry: Noite de Música e Poesia Brasileira (Night of Brazilian Music and Poetry). Performances will include music in the styles of bossa nova, tropicália, música popular Brasileira, and more.
Sponsored by the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, Phi Lambda Beta, and the Instituto de Estudios Vallejianos.
Wednesday, 9 April
Make your best salsa and enter it into our competition. Great prizes will be awarded to the makers of the judges’ favorite salsas. Join the competition by entering your contact information at the link on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/byusalas. You don’t have to enter the competition to enjoy the party and pick your favorite salsa. There will be games, food catered by El Azteca, music, and an enjoyable evening among friends.
Do not miss an event this hot and spicy!
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“From Acorn to Oak Tree: The Beginnings of the Remarkable Growth of the LDS Church in Brazil” is the next lecture in the series and will be presented by Frederick G. Williams on Wednesday, 9 April at 3:00 p.m. in 238 HRCB.
Williams is the Gerrit de Jong, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Luso-Brazilian Studies at Brigham Young University, and he also serves as a faculty affiliate of the Kennedy Center and has previously served on the advisory board for both BYU Studies and the Kennedy Center’s International Study Programs.
For twenty-seven years he Read More…