LISD Embedded Practitioners and Actions Program – LEAP

LISD Embedded Practitioners and Actions Program - LEAP

Let LISD assist in your academic, professional and personal development. We provide an innovative form of internship placement and monitoring programs that are tailored to the interests and needs of a few, carefully selected individuals each year. Besides placement in one of our core projects on the basis of availability there is also the possibility of one of the following advanced modes:
  • LISD Active Internship placement in select organisational, institutional, field or corporate settings, responding to various interests, but always actively monitored and guided by us;
  • more interactive LISD Embedded Practitioner experiences whereby we place, connect and tutor exceptional candidates in a cooperative venture with the host setting;
  • LISD Remote Personal Tutorials, broadly or specifically informing and guiding individual research and practical work, and/or inquiries and publications on line, by telephone and regular face-to-face meetings, on an need basis;
  • LISD Reverse Internships that allow us to more intensely respond to and engage with the activities and requirements of individuals already on a career, project or mission path.

LISD Senior Fellow Sherman Teichman is our global partner for  LEAP - the LISD Embedded Action and Practitioner Program. Contact us at LEAP @eurisd.org for more information or program application.

LISD Senior Fellow

As LISD Senior Fellow Sherman Teichman is our global partner for advanced educational programs, and works with us particularly on LEAP – the LISD Embedded Action and Practitioner Program.

He is the Founding Director Emeritus (1985-2016) of the Institute for Global Leadership (IGL) at Tufts University in Massachusetts, lauded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as “the proven breeding ground for future generations of international security and international relations leaders.” http://www.tuftsgloballeadership.org/;

Sherman Teichman is currently Senior Fellow, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School, as well as Non-Resident Research Associate in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the Centre for International Studies at Oxford University, and a Senior Fellow, The Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights. He is the strategic adviser for the Human Rights Foundation, and serves on the Advisory Boards of the Council of European Studies, The Mind/Brain Center on War and Humanity, Beyond Conflict, Combatants for Peace, RefugePoint, HackerNest, Music for Life International, and the educational foundation of VII Photo Agency. Prior to becoming a lecturer in the Department of Political Science at Tufts, Teichman was a Fellow and lecturer at Harvard’s Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government, a faculty member at Emerson College and Boston University. Sherman Teichman served as foreign policy analyst for WBUR (a National Public Radio affiliate), and a social science editor of the Boston Review. A former adviser to governments on counter terrorism and long-range strategic planning, he was also active with Amnesty International in the former Soviet Union and Central America. A saberist, he has coached fencing at Boston University, Harvard, Tufts, and the University of Chicago.

His direct contacts are email sherman_teichman@hks.harvard.edu & Sherman.Teichman@tufts.edu and phone (617) 513-1039