While engaged in the UN General Assembly role-play during the Global Citizenship and Peace programs at Hiroshima University, participating students partake in decision making about policy changes.  With the goal of expanding the decision making capacity beyond the preconceived “best” ways to address a policy, participants in the 2016 Student Seminar for Global Citizenship and Peace will be engaging in an Ethical Reasoning Across Cultures session, in addition to other workshops focused on the Indigenous Rights in the Global Context theme.  Students will take part in critical thinking about key ethical questions to consider when making a decision.  Development of the curriculum and support for pilot-testing is possible thanks to a 3,950 USD grant from JMU’s Madison Collaborative.