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GCI recognizes Global Citizens as multilingual and culturally sensitive individuals who possess a moral compass oriented around family and community.

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Nurturing the next generation of global citizens.

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The Global Citizens Initiative (GCI)’s mission is to increase understanding and communication around the world by nurturing our next generation of “Global Citizens” who can speak multiple languages, understand various cultures, and possess strong moral character and wise judgment. The world will be a better place with more globally minded citizens.

 

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Tools for developing solid character, multilingualism, and multi-culturalism

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Why GCI?

 

The need for a structured, holistic approach to global education, long-term vision, and the founder’s story.

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Research

 

Research includes: “The Good Project, © (a research unit of Harvard Project Zero)” , the development of a global education program, and GCI’s investigation into multilingualism and multiculturalism.

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The Harvard Good Project Announced Its Researchers Will be Involved in the Upcoming GCI Summit for Youth

From the Good Project Website (http://www.thegoodproject.org/good-project-researchers-to-take-part-in-inaugural-global-citizens-summit-for-youth/)   Good Project Researchers to take part in inaugural Global Citizens Summit for Youth Posted by The Good Team On Jun 24, 2014 In News, Uncategorized Good Project Researchers will be involved with the … Continue reading

“On Raising Ethical Children” GCI Event

“On Raising Ethical Children” with Dr. Michael Thompson, hosted by Yumi Kuwana, Global Citizens Initiative (GCI, Inc.), and Facing History and Ourselves April 30, 2014 6-8PM Greenwich, CT An evening discussion was held with author and psychologist Dr. Michael Thompson … Continue reading

GCI at Harvard Ed School Conference

GCI Represented at Research Schools Symposium on “Connecting Research and Practice,” Harvard Graduate School of Education May, 12, 2014, Harvard Graduate School of Education 6:00-8:00 PM Panel Discussion: Connecting Research and Practice Jane Bernstein, Yumi Kuwana, Todd Rose, Helena Wallenberg … Continue reading

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