The Global Kids U.S. in the World International Law and Foreign Policy Program is an intensive three-week academic summer program held at the New York headquarters of the Council on Foreign Relations. It brings together a diverse group of 25 - 30 high school students for an institute exploring the dynamics of international law and foreign policy making and the role of the U.S. in addressing some of the most pressing global challenges. Students explore relevant topics in international relations, analyze policy and assess what action they can take to have an impact on these issues.
This year the program will be participating in the Global Kids and Hive NYC Badging System summer beta program. Below are the badges that will be offered to the youth participants.