A Teen Issue Summit on Human Rights and Genocide Summit
June 3-5, 2012 in Washington, DC
Teens from across North America are invited to Washington, DC, to take part in an extraordinary experience – a Jewish Teen Summit on Human Rights and Genocide.
At the Summit we'll explore:
- What is Genocide?
- Where are Human Rights being challenged?
- What's the Jewish response to genocide?
- What can I do?
For three days in the U.S. capital, a diverse group of Jewish teens from across North America will come together to learn about genocide and how they can stand up and speak out against these worldwide atrocities. They will hear from activists, meet with their Members of Congress or speak with officials at the Canadian Embassy, and most importantly, they will walk away from this Teen Issue Summit with increased knowledge about human rights and genocide, enhanced skills as a community leader, and a greater understanding of their own civic responsibility.
The Human Rights and Genocide Summit is a Panim el Panim experience brought together by the BBYO Panim Institute in cooperation with the March of the Living.
Registration is now open!
All Jewish teens are invited to participate.
The Human Rights and Genocide Summit is open to all teens currently in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.
The tuition for the HRGS is $350.
March of the Living Alumni are eligible for a $200 discount.
To receive this discount as a March of the Living alumni, please register and then contact Sabrina Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1988, 16,000 teens from more than 200 communities have traveled to Washington to participate in Panim el Panim. Each seminar brings together diverse groups of teens in 10th-12th grade from around the country to explore public policy and social activism through a Jewish lens.
If you are a teen interested in attending, the guardian of a teen interested in attending, or an adult interested in bringing a delegation of students, to a similar style program please click here to be contacted by a Panim el Panim representative to learn more.
“For the first time in my life, I was able to blend my Jewish values with my passion for service. Panim el Panim taught me a lot about what it means to be Jewish in today’s world.” - Adam Bradlow