Gandhi Legacy Tour of India: December 29, 2022 – January 12, 2023

Do you want to know how to how to be “the change you wish to see in the world?” Would you be excited to walk in the steps of Gandhi and learn from his family? Have you ever wanted to get exposure to humanitarian organizations or even see the Taj Mahal? Then join SU’s Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution (CADR) Department for:

Gandhi Legacy Tour of India: December 29, 2022 – January 12, 2023

Students interested in an exciting study abroad opportunity, or faculty/staff looking to make a “bucket-list, once in a lifetime trip” are invited to learn more:

Interest Meetings
Thursday, May 5 at Noon

& Monday, May 9 at 4:30 p.m.

Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution 

(1100 Camden Ave. / On the corner of Camden and College Aves.)

To RSVP and/or Request More Information: Email Trip Coordinator Cynthia “Cinzia” Lombardo
Trip Overview: Travel with Dr. Arun Gandhi (fifth grandson of the Mahatma) and Dr. Brian Polkinghorn (CADR Department) for a two-week tour through India over winter break to experience and learn more about both Mahatma Gandhi’s legacy as well as visiting a variety of humanitarian NGOs (non-governmental organizations) living out the principles of nonviolence. Both an educational and philanthropic tour, you will have the distinct honor of intimately learning about the history and modern socio-economic principles of Gandhian philosophy directly from the descendants of “Bapu.”