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Community Connections Forecast Ukraine | 2005 - 2011

Community Connections was a public diplomacy, economic growth and civil society development program administered in Ukraine by PH International and funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The program provided practical internship experiences combining seminars, workshops, site visits, meetings with American professionals ane an internship. Participants typically stayed from three to five weeks in the United States and lived with American host families.

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Ukraine/Michigan Program on Integrating Ethics into Democratic Governance | 1999 - 2000

A follow-on to the In Search of New Democracy program, PH, the School of Criminal Justice and the College of Social Science at Michigan State University again conducted an intensive program in Ukraine on Integrating Ethics into Democratic Governance.

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Ukrainian Women Parliamentarians Exchange | 1999 - 2000

The Project Harmony Training Program for Women in the New Parliament of Ukraine took place in January, 1999. Nine participants, including legislators, aides and journalists traveled to the United States for an intensive twelve-day program in New York/New Jersey and Washington, DC. The program increased participants’ abilities to improve the legislative process in Ukraine by increasing the effectiveness of women as legislators and increasing the understanding of how policies affect women. The program provided participants with a comparative look at the American political process through a number of focussed lectures, seminars and meetings with leading educational centers, political organizations and politicians.> More

Law Enforcement Exchange Program | 1995 - 2000

Since 1995, Project Harmony has been involved in training and education programs for police, law enforcement officials and criminal justice experts from the United States and the NIS. Police and law enforcement officials from Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, New York, Vermont, Massachusetts and New Jersey have participated in programs in Petrozavodsk, Volgograd and Oryol, Russia and Lviv, Uzhgorod and Odessa, Ukraine. Project Harmony was selected by the Department of Internal Affairs in Russia to coordinate the year-long hosting programs for three Yeltsin Scholars in law enforcement. In the fall of 1997, the Project Harmony-State Department Law Enforcement Exchange Program brought 12 Fellowship law enforcement candidates from the NIS to live in US host families and intern with local US law enforcement individuals and departments from October to December. Four partnerships between US schools of criminal justice and Institutes of Internal Affairs in Russia and Ukraine conducted exchanges in 1997, 1998 and 1999. By the spring of 2000, over 140 US and 140 NIS officials will have participated in Project Harmony law enforcement exchange programs. Project Harmony has received funding from the US State Department to continue Law Enforcement Exchange Programs with Russian and Ukrainian participants through 2000.> More


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