Next Generation Leaders Facts

170%

increase

in number of applications from last year

88

Countries

represented in 2017 applications

46

New countries

reached this year

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The McCain Institute

The McCain Institute is a non-partisan do-tank dedicated to advancing character-driven global leadership based on security, economic opportunity, freedom and human dignity - in the United States and around the world.

The McCain Institute added 3 new photos to the album: 2017 NGL Arizona Module — at Arizona State University.

The Next Generation Leaders further their leadership training at Arizona State University (ASU) during their program's Arizona module. Dr. Michael Crow, President of ASU, along with ASU leadership and faculty kicked the week off by sharing their personal insights on leadership. #NGLASU
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27 Apr 2017

The Human Rights and Democracy Working Group released a new report: “Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law in the Philippines: Making the Case.” The report includes practical recommendations to improve the deteriorating human rights situation and outlines how rule of law can be restored through reforms in national policing and bringing an end to extrajudicial killings.

www.mccaininstitute.org/philippines/
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26 Apr 2017

The McCain Institute added 13 new photos to the album: The Sedona Forum 2017 — in Sedona, Arizona.

Top government officials, business leaders, human rights activists, humanitarian workers and U.S. senators from both sides of the aisle were among the featured speakers at the fifth annual Sedona Forum held April 21-23, 2017, by the McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University.
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22 Apr 2017

TVPRA Would Strengthen U.S. Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking https://t.co/6XaVZwEbWH #EndTrafficking @humanrights1st

Things To Watch In The 2017 Trafficking In Persons Report via @forbes https://t.co/mDg7Twf1KC #EndTrafficking

The Sedona Forum 2017 began one week ago today. See the topics that were discussed: https://t.co/VDCurogzLk