During Students Rebuild Challenges, our Challenge partner Global Nomads Group (GNG) moderates and produces free, live webcasts to help classrooms around the world connect, learn and get inspired to take action! All you need to participate is an internet connection. When you watch a webcast, you'll see one or more U.S. schools in a live videoconference with a school in another country. You can participate by sending questions in real time through a Chat feature.

Facing Difference Challenge Webcasts

As part of the Facing Difference Challenge our partner Global Nomads Group will be hosting three virtual discussions on topics ranging from religion to citizenship to race. These webcasts will feature live conversations between youth involved in CARE and Search for Common Grounds’ peacebuilding programs as well as other Students Rebuild participants. These virtual discussions will be streamed live, enabling your team to send in questions to on-air participants as well as participate in a facilitated chat room.

If your classroom is interested in being featured in one of the conversation, let us know at info@studentsrebuild.org. To join, all you need is an internet connection!

Prepare your students by showing the corresponding media piece along with completing the classroom discussion guide (approx. 45 min, or one class period).

The webcast dates and topics are as follows:

November 2017: Religion


February 2018: Race


April 2018: Immigration


Youth Uplift Challenge Webcast from Nicaragua

On April 27th, 2017, in partnership with Global Nomads Group, we hosted a live webcast between young people in Nicaragua and a US classroom. Watch the conversation below:

Students Rebuild Healing Classrooms Challenge Webcasts

Watch our Healing Classrooms Challenge webcast connecting Syrian and U.S. students in a cultural conversation (Original Broadcast April 21, 2016)


Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge Webcasts

We held two two live webcasts for our Students Rebuild Literacy Challenge so students could  see classrooms in the U.S. connect with their peers and educators in Peru who are beneficiaries of the Literacy Challenge.


Webcast #1 (Original Broadcast May 20, 2015)


Webcast #2 (Original Broadcast September 10, 2015)


Students Rebuild Water Challenge Webcasts

During the Students Rebuild Water Challengewe held three live webcasts from Tanzania to connect students from the United States with their Tanzanian peers impacted by the water crisis. 

Webcast #1 (Original broadcast - March 20, 2014)


Webcast #2 (Original broadcast - May 1, 2014)


Webcast #3 (Original broadcast - September 18, 2014)

Students Rebuild One Million Bones Challenge Webcast

See how we covered the National Mall in Washington, D.C. with 1,000,000 million bones crafted by students, educators, artists and activists to mark the culmination of the Students Rebuild One Million Bones Challenge(Original broadcast - June 18, 2013


Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream