To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Caux Scholars Program (CSP), alumni will share the impact of CSP in their lives. Join this illustration of the history of CSP and how it has evolved through the years. Get a glimpse how CSP has been rekindling…
When people say that Caux is a life-changing experience, it is not just a cliché. For some, this is their first time out of their countries. For many, it is an opportunity to work with their traumas and fears and to create a safe space for growth,…
Hasan Davis is a self-proclaimed ‘hope-dealer’, who has dedicated his life to engendering purpose, confidence and determination in young people across the United States and the globe. His son, Malcolm, himself an aspiring young leader, took part in…
Over the last 30 years, Scholars have been challenged to respond to the pulse of the times by working through global dynamics of power, history, identity, economy, culture and leadership.
Four years ago, she was the first girl to ride a bicycle in her neighborhood, in Kabul. Now, she is a 21-year-old championing the empowerment of young girls in Afghanistan. Sahar Fetrat was one of 20 participants in this year’s Caux Scholars Program…
Swiss Ambassador Martin Dahinden welcomed alumni, academic and program directors, faculty and supporters to a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Caux Scholars Program at the Swiss Embassy in Washington, DC, on April 28.
The Caux Scholars Program (CSP) aims to enable 20 people from around the world every year to become trust builders in their communities through experiential education in conflict transformation and principled leadership.
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