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Teaching About The Events of Israel and Gaza in the Classroom
A guide for educators on teaching about the Israel-Gaza conflict, emphasizing a balanced view and listing resources like news, books, and films for all age groups.

The Brookings Institution
Brookings Institution, a nonprofit, conducts nonpartisan research to enhance policy and governance globally. They prioritize quality, independence, and impactful research, dedicated to finding bold, pragmatic solutions for societal challenges.

Chatham House
Chatham House is an independent policy institute and a trusted forum for debate and dialogue whose research and ideas help people understand our changing world. They provide thought leadership on the issues that defines the 20th and 21st century.

Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellowships for Doctoral Research 2025-2026 (Fully-funded)
Open to Indian scholars registered for a Ph.D. at an Indian institution interested in climate change-related issues in India and the US. The fellowship lasts between 6 months and 9 months.

British Council International Collaboration Grants 2024  
This funding supports international cultural collaborations to develop creative artwork between artists/art professionals in the UK and fellow international peers.

Global Trends 2040: A More Contested World
The 7th edition of the National Intelligence Councils Global Trends report. Published every four years since 1997, Global Trends assesses the key trends and uncertainties that will shape the strategic environment for the United States during the next two decades.

United Nations Volunteers
Want to make a difference during the Covid-19 pandemic? Ever heard of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? If you answered yes to either question, the UN wants you! This organization is seeking volunteers who are able to assist in Covid-19 mitigation efforts, or who wish to help the United Nations achieve certain milestones by the year 2030. Apply today!

MPOWER Global Citizen Scholarship
MPOWER annually awards scholarships to international and DACA students enrolled in universities MPOWER supports. This scholarship program has been intentionally designed to be as broad as possible to match the broad, diverse experiences of international students. Their Global Citizen Scholarship is directed towards international students with extraordinary potential.

Global Conflict Tracker
The Center for Preventive Action’s (CPA) Global Conflict Tracker is an interactive guide to ongoing conflicts around the world of concern to the United States. The interactive covers nearly thirty conflicts with background information and resources on each conflict and is frequently updated.


The World Next Week
A podcast showcasing a weekly preview of world events in the week ahead from the Council on Foreign Relations.

Internet Society IGF Youth Ambassador Program
Each year, the Internet Society selects thirty young, passionate people to participate in their Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Youth Ambassador Program, equipping the next generation of Internet leaders to collaborate and innovate for a better world. IGF Youth Ambassadors will have the opportunity share good policies and work as a team to become a part of the broader internet governance community.

Sofja Kovalevskaja Award
The Sofja Kovalevskaja Award allows you to spend 5 years establishing a research group and working on a high-profile, innovative research project of your own choice at a research institution in Germany. Scientists, scholars, and researchers with doctorates from all disciplines may apply. The award winner is entitled to the award funds of up to 1.65 million EUR

Global Volunteers
Global Volunteers encourages and enables volunteers to spend short periods of time working with and learning from and about local people in communities throughout the world.

Presidential Management Fellows Program
The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program is a prestigious 2-year paid government fellowship for recent graduate students seeking opportunities in federal government agency. Selection begins with the nomination of the student by the school followed by a rigorous assessment process. The program opens every year for graduate students from all academic disciplines who expect to complete an advanced degree from a qualifying college or university in which the competition is held. The 2022 Application process will begin in Fall 2021 and will be open for two weeks.

Council of American Ambassadors (CAA) International Affairs Fellowship
The Council of American Ambassadors (CAA) International Affairs Fellowship program enables six undergraduate students per year to come to Washington, D.C. and participate in a prestigious summer program that combines mentoring by former U.S. ambassadors, practical training through internships at the Department of State and academic studies in international affairs. To qualify, students must have completed their junior year of undergraduate study and be enrolled as a senior in the semester immediately following the fellowship.

The Civic Education Project
Through innovative school-year and summer programs and online courses, CEP offers young people opportunities to learn and serve in communities across the country, developing the knowledge, experience, and leadership skills they need to make a positive impact on the world.

Impact Pool
Impact Pool is a career platform devoted to providing career resources and opportunities to people who want to pursue a career within mission-driven organizations.

Budapest Fellowship Program 2021-2022 for Young American Scholars and Professionals
A full time, fully-funded transatlantic fellowship opportunity in Budapest, Hungary for young American scholars and professionals. You must be a gradguate to apply. The program will run from September 2021 to July 2022.

Master of Science in Conflict and Develeopment Studies at Ghent University in Belgium
A one year masters in Conflict and Development that allows students to decide between an academic or policy oriented path. Gain critical thinking and alaysis skills about development and conflict, and study development through fieldwork while earning your degree.

Pod Save the World
A weekly podcast that explains international news developments. This informed and entertaining podcast is a great way to stay up to date on foreign affairs.

Empower Women
This global organization empowers women to “achieve their full economic potential” providing women and men with the tools to advocate for gender equality and create change within their community. Empower Women hopes to create a group of leaders and change makers by creating global empowering networks, sharing opportunities, and creating conversations about gender equality. 

Bringing Africa Home
Luxury travel firm &Beyond offers a terrific collection of movies, documentaries and YouTube videos themed around the wonders of Africa’s landscape, natural history, and animal life.

Society of American Travel Writers
An organization comprised of the leading professions from the travel writing industry. This organization has information and networking opportunities for writers, bloggers, editors, photographers, and hospitality professionals. Although the members are mostly U.S. citizens, there are participants from many diverse, global backgrounds.

Internship with Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)
A internship for students who are interested in human rights and foreign policy in Latin America. Interns are paired with a senior staff member to assist with research, administrative responsibilities, and more. Applications are open to students for the Spring, Summer, or Fall semesters.

Global Dimension
Global Dimension brings together a calendar of global events and a vast library of resources exploring issues from climate breakdown, to migration and democracy, empowering educators to introduce Global Learning and compassionate values to their classrooms. It is also a space for teachers to connect and discuss the issues that matter the most.

Cool Australia 
A leading education not-for-profit shifting the dial on environmental, social, and economic issues by up-skilling teacher to embed real-world concepts into core subject areas.

Try The World 
This subscription service allows you to try new food from different countries around the world. Each box comes with a unique assortment of products from around the world along with periodic tips, recipes, and stories designed to best experience international culinary culture.

Critical Internationalization Network
A network for students or professionals in internationalized education. CIN has special interest groups for research, race, and virtual exchange. This group shares and hosts opportunities for professionals in international education, including conferences, job opportunities, and research briefs.

Women in Foreign Policy Group 
This network advances women’s leadership in international affairs and amplifies their voices through substantive global issue discussions and mentoring. Founded over 20 years ago, WFPG works tirelessly to expand the foreign policy dialogue across political divides and generations, and to support women at every stage of their careers.

Whitaker Peace and Development Initiative 
“WPDI was founded in 2012 by artist, social activist, SDGs Advocate, and UNESCO Special Envoy for Peace and Reconciliation Forest Whitaker. It aims to promote the values of peace, reconciliation, and social development within communities impacted by conflict and violence.”

“Amazing Places to Experience Around the Globe,” from the The Cool Hunter 
Spark your wanderlust by scrolling through this inspiring list of beautiful travel destinations.

Impact Travel Alliance 
A non-profit that hopes to improve the world by increasing travel and improving the travel industry. Impact Travel Alliance promotes diversity, inclusion, and sustainability in the travel industry. 

E-International Relations
A content rich website for those interested in International Relations. E-International Relations provides a range of well-organized and current content including articles, blogs, essays, interviews, and more. Student, educators, and globalist will find this website useful for keeping up with current events.

Global Voices
This website contains a community of over 500 internet bloggers and translators from around the world who work together to report from citizens’ media everywhere. These bloggers promote the global conversation online about today’s most pressing issues. There are new posts daily, so be sure to visit the website often.

The Pie News
A multi-contributor news and business website for International Educators. Pie News has publications, research, analytics, and other useful resources that educators won’t want to miss out on.