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We nurture Global Citizens to be multilingual, culturally and digitally sensitive and to possess a moral compass based on family and community connections.

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Nurturing the next generation of global citizens.

Music: “Levels” by Avicii. No copyright infringement is intended. The full song is available for purchase from itunes here.

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.

Resources

 

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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Events

Global Citizens Summit for Youth (GCSY)
Sat August 02, 2014 8:00am-5:00pm

Articles

Yumi Kuwana’s Global Endeavor

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 11:07 Westport’s HamletHub Profiles in Compassion – Yumi Kuwana’s Global Endeavor by Chris Chagaris For this next article in our Profiles in Compassion series, we reached beyond the borders of Westport to Greenwich. While the program … Continue reading

Global Citizen Film about Swaziland

One of GCI’s Global Citizens, Dana Tung, has made a film About Swaziland which has won a Gold key award at the New Hampshire Scholastic Art Program.

GCSY Coverage in Norwalk, CT

Greenwich Woman Starts ‘Global Citizens Summit For Youth’ Published February 20, 2014 by Tom Renner GREENWICH, Conn. – Greenwich resident Yumi Kuwana is setting out on a campaign to remake the way we think about worldwide education, starting with a … Continue reading

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