Next Generation Leaders Facts

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Leaders

Since 2013, the Next Generation Leaders program has trained 52 leaders from around the world in values, ethics and character-driven leadership.

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Countries

Leaders from 39 countries and 5 continents have joined the McCain Institute Next Generation Leaders program since 2013.

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Organizations

The Next Generation Leaders program has partnered with 45 organizations around the United States, including Fortune 100 companies, government agencies and leading non-governmental organizations.

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The McCain Institute

The McCain Institute for International Leadership at Arizona State University 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.

On June 20, from 4 to 6 pm, the McCain Institute will host "Up In the Air: Does NATO's Air Defense Deficit Endanger Baltic Security?"

Ambassador Michael Polt will moderate a discussion with Sven Sakkov of the International Centre of Defence and Security & Air Marshal Sir Christopher Harper on ways the western alliance can improve its air defense strategy when faced with an imminent crisis.

RSVP here: bit.ly/2sWJINJ
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[email protected] discusses Alexei Pichugin, Russia's longest-serving political prisoner.

Pichugin was incarcerated in 2003 for funding independent media outlets, NGOs, opposition parties & accusing Vladimir Putin of harboring corruption in his government. https://t.co/pDMnm7JZcP

On #WorldRefugeeDay, the McCain Institute recognizes the 69 million individuals who have become displaced from their native countries.

No one decides to become a refugee, but the rest of us must decide how we can support those in need of asylum.

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New episode of #IntheArena - Hear international human rights lawyer and economist Adam Smith discuss the #MagnitskyAct and how multilateral sanctions can be used to prevent human rights crimes.

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