Third Millennium Health
370 W. 17th Street
California, CA 12115
International Center for Tolerance Education (ICTE)
25 Washington Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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The Third Millennium Foundation currently pursues its work through the following initiatives:
Third Millennium International Fellowship in Human Rights
The goal of this initiative is to develop a cadre of young activists from different countries whose understanding of, commitment to and effectiveness in human rights work have been enhanced through a two-year, in-depth exposure to and reflection on a broad range of perspectives, situations and experiences related to human rights work.
Human Rights Summer Institute
HRSI is a six-week long summer scholarship program for diverse high school students from all around New York City who come together to participate in an interactive human rights curriculum, workshops led by local and global human rights activists, and a group conceived and executed campaign to advance human rights.
The TMF Harvard Research Project 2003-2005
TMF approached Harvard University in 2003 to launch a multidisciplinary research project to enhance the understanding of the roots of tolerance and prejudice in childhood and their effects on well being. Harvard formed a Research Consortium with investigators from different faculties and took on this project on a three year contract.
International Center for Tolerance Education: a Do TankTM for Social Entrepreneurs
This initiative involves an incubator program for small, starting out projects or new initiatives of larger institutions where space or other considerations are a restriction. The pivotal focus is on children and teenagers and work which builds tolerance, respect, non-violence, both in attitude and action.