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“In the interest of seeding real changes across the world, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is engaging in a season of experiments with values leading to new constructive, actions and optimistic changes in the world.”

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“In the interest of seeding real changes across the world, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is engaging in a season of experiments with values leading to new constructive, actions and optimistic changes in the world.”

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“In the interest of seeding real changes across the world, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is engaging in a season of experiments with values leading to new constructive, actions and optimistic changes in the world.”

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“In the interest of seeding real changes across the world, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is engaging in a season of experiments with values leading to new constructive, actions and optimistic changes in the world.”

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In recognition of the UN International Year of Youth, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is proposing youth and young adults dedicate the year to exploring the UN days of peace, non-violence, tolerance and human rights. The call: To experiment with values in daily life. The intention: To inspire recognition of one’s own potential while building an inner capacity that can create new kinds of actions. The aim: To shine a SPOTLIGHT on the youth’s potential to light up the world. Spotlight Values invites today’s youth and young leaders globally between the ages of 13 -35 to experiment with four values (Peace in September, Non-violence in October, Tolerance in November, and Dignity [of Human Rights] in December) via modern multimedia streams of expressions – and to share their experiences with other participants around the world. Spotlight Values launched Sept 2010 and concludes Aug 2011. The initiative has three phases... PHASE 1: September – December 2010 Youth experiment with the four values using a three-step process of Explore, Express and Exchange. PHASE 2: January – June 2011 Youth around the world will choose the five values that have the potential to create a new story for humanity. Through the process of exploring, expressing, and exchanging, the youth will show how these values have led to new kinds of actions that benefited their lives and their communities. PHASE 3: July and August 2011 Collected multimedia forms of expression from Phases 1 and 2 will be displayed around the world, beginning with a gallery exhibit in New York City (July 2011). www.spotlightvalues.org

In recognition of the UN International Year of Youth, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is proposing youth and young adults dedicate the year to exploring the UN days of peace, non-violence, tolerance and human rights. The call: To experiment with values in daily life. The intention: To inspire recognition of one’s own potential while building an inner capacity that can create new kinds of actions. The aim: To shine a SPOTLIGHT on the youth’s potential to light up the world. Spotlight Values invites today’s youth and young leaders globally between the ages of 13 -35 to experiment with four values (Peace in September, Non-violence in October, Tolerance in November, and Dignity [of Human Rights] in December) via modern multimedia streams of expressions – and to share their experiences with other participants around the world. Spotlight Values launched Sept 2010 and concludes Aug 2011. The initiative has three phases... PHASE 1: September – December 2010 Youth experiment with the four values using a three-step process of Explore, Express and Exchange. PHASE 2: January – June 2011 Youth around the world will choose the five values that have the potential to create a new story for humanity. Through the process of exploring, expressing, and exchanging, the youth will show how these values have led to new kinds of actions that benefited their lives and their communities. PHASE 3: July and August 2011 Collected multimedia forms of expression from Phases 1 and 2 will be displayed around the world, beginning with a gallery exhibit in New York City (July 2011). www.spotlightvalues.org

In recognition of the UN International Year of Youth, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is proposing youth and young adults dedicate the year to exploring the UN days of peace, non-violence, tolerance and human rights. The call: To experiment with values in daily life. The intention: To inspire recognition of one’s own potential while building an inner capacity that can create new kinds of actions. The aim: To shine a SPOTLIGHT on the youth’s potential to light up the world. Spotlight Values invites today’s youth and young leaders globally between the ages of 13 -35 to experiment with four values (Peace in September, Non-violence in October, Tolerance in November, and Dignity [of Human Rights] in December) via modern multimedia streams of expressions – and to share their experiences with other participants around the world. Spotlight Values launched Sept 2010 and concludes Aug 2011. The initiative has three phases... PHASE 1: September – December 2010 Youth experiment with the four values using a three-step process of Explore, Express and Exchange. PHASE 2: January – June 2011 Youth around the world will choose the five values that have the potential to create a new story for humanity. Through the process of exploring, expressing, and exchanging, the youth will show how these values have led to new kinds of actions that benefited their lives and their communities. PHASE 3: July and August 2011 Collected multimedia forms of expression from Phases 1 and 2 will be displayed around the world, beginning with a gallery exhibit in New York City (July 2011). www.spotlightvalues.org

In recognition of the UN International Year of Youth, the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) is proposing youth and young adults dedicate the year to exploring the UN days of peace, non-violence, tolerance and human rights. The call: To experiment with values in daily life. The intention: To inspire recognition of one’s own potential while building an inner capacity that can create new kinds of actions. The aim: To shine a SPOTLIGHT on the youth’s potential to light up the world. Spotlight Values invites today’s youth and young leaders globally between the ages of 13 -35 to experiment with four values (Peace in September, Non-violence in October, Tolerance in November, and Dignity [of Human Rights] in December) via modern multimedia streams of expressions – and to share their experiences with other participants around the world. Spotlight Values launched Sept 2010 and concludes Aug 2011. The initiative has three phases... PHASE 1: September – December 2010 Youth experiment with the four values using a three-step process of Explore, Express and Exchange. PHASE 2: January – June 2011 Youth around the world will choose the five values that have the potential to create a new story for humanity. Through the process of exploring, expressing, and exchanging, the youth will show how these values have led to new kinds of actions that benefited their lives and their communities. PHASE 3: July and August 2011 Collected multimedia forms of expression from Phases 1 and 2 will be displayed around the world, beginning with a gallery exhibit in New York City (July 2011). www.spotlightvalues.org