Attention: BYU students who want a better world!
Join us in exploring the efforts of nations, institutions, and individuals to foster greater peace, freedom, and general well-being. As a human-rights hub, London is an ideal base from which to engage with groups and persons advocating for social change, whether through the advancement of women, anti-slavery measures, religious freedom, or literary and artistic output. We will visit vital social institutions such as Parliament, the Black Cultural Archives, and the Centre for Women, Peace, and Security at the London School of Economics and Political Science, as well as several other sites, museums, plays, and performances that seek to promote human happiness and celebrate the artistic and literary accomplishments of women. We will also travel throughout England to historic and cultural sites such as the International Slavery Museum, the Pankhurst Museum, The Jane Austen Centre, Monk’s House, the National Holocaust Centre, and Bletchley Park, and we will visit important sites of research and reconciliation in Scotland and Ireland, including the Glasgow Women’s Library, the Belfast Peace Wall, and Kilmainham Goal. On the European continent, we will visit indispensable cultural and political institutions such as the Anne Frank House, the Rijksmuseum, the International Criminal Court, and the Parlimentarium. Lastly, we hope to indulge in a number of scenic and scrumptious detours!
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