Practitioner-Based Training Programs
CDDRL's practitioner-based training programs engage emerging civic leaders and social entrepreneurs who are working to achieve or deepen democracy and social justice in some of the most challenging environments around the world.
Draper Hills Summer Fellowship Program
A three-week executive education program.
Leadership Academy for Development
Training government officials and business leaders from developing countries.
Ukrainian Emerging Leaders Program
A 10-month academic training fellowship for mid-career practitioners from Ukraine.
Leadership Network for Change (LNC)
A diverse network of alumni from our three practitioner programs now encompassing nearly 2,000 up-and-coming leaders and change-makers from all corners of the globe.
The World House Project
The World House Project is named after King's allegory of the "World House," a vision of peaceful coexistence, and curates audiovisual resources, produces educational materials, and fosters collaboration between social justice organizations to realize Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of a just and nonviolent future.