98

Results are Tagged with "International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP)"

Venezuelan Alumnus Develops App to Promote HIV Awareness and Prevention

Inspired by his International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) volunteering experiences while in the United States, Jhonatan José Rodríguez Parra applied the knowledge and insight he gained to implement new strategies for HIV education and prevention through his organization “Stop VIH” (Spanish acronym for HIV).

#ADA25 Virtual Comedy Club featuring Josh Blue

Comedian Josh Blue and Seychellois disability rights advocate and IVLP participant Naddy Zialor.

Check out a bit from comedian Josh Blue's act and hear Seychellois disability rights advocate and IVLP participant Naddy Zialor's reaction to the performance.

First Virtual IVLP Exchange Promotes Environmental Sustainability and Innovative NGO Partnerships

The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) hosts first-ever virtual exchange program for Icelandic environmental NGO professionals

The International Visitor Leadership Program 75th Anniversary

IVLP anniversary photo

For the past 75 years the International Visitor Leadership Program has connected emerging leaders from around the world to the United States. Today the International Visitor Leadership Program has brought more than 200,000 people from over 190 countries to address the today’s critical issues.

Polish Professionals Gain Insight on Veterans Care

During a 3-week program entitled “Wounded Warriors Assistance,” a group of two doctors, a psychologist, a journalist, and a disabled veteran, focused their studies on veteran care.

The Power of the Pen: Garang John, Edward R. Murrow Participant

Garrang John of South Sudan, a journalist on the Edward R. Murrow exchange program.

Garang John of South Sudan shares his personal story as a journalist on the Edward R. Murrow exchange program.

Murrow Program Gives International Journalists Close Look at American Media

The Murrow Program gives emerging media professionals from around the world the opportunity to examine rights and responsibilities of the free press in a democracy.

African Disability Rights Advocates

From the moment Musa Zulu of South Africa stepped off of the airplane at Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., the level of accessibility impressed him, including the lifts installed on public buses. He also noted how in South Africa, traditionally the government and non-profit actors are the primary advocates for the rights of disabled people. He said it is evident that in the United States, the private sector has embraced disability rights.

Pages