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Dine with the World: Host a Dinner for Visiting Fulbright Students on Saturday, July 18--This Event is Now Waitlisted!
Host a group of Fulbright students for dinner! Welcome a small group of international scholars into your home Saturday, July 18 for an evening of food, conversation, and cultural sharing. Apply early--this program often has a waiting list!
WAC audiences enjoyed a powerful and inspiring talk by Egyptian-American feminist and author Mona Eltahawy on May 18. If you missed it, you can now download or stream her conversation with OPB's Think Out Loud program the same week.
The World Affairs Council’s 'Teach Russia' conference--“Russia & the Post-Soviet States: Culture, Continuity & Crisis”--brought together more than 100 local educators and general community members for a full day of workshops, presentations, and rich perspectives on the region.
Making a Difference, Transforming Lives: A Path Appears, with Nicholas Kristof—Online Video Now Available
If you missed Nicholas Kristof's inspiring talk on Martin Luther King Jr. Day--Making a Difference, Transforming Lives: A Path Appears--you can now view the video recording from the evening.
The World Affairs Council is looking for host families for two delegations of high school students in March and May from countries as diverse as Angola, Malawi, Zambia, Botswana, and more, as part of the U.S. Department of State's Pan-Africa Youth Leadership Program. Host a student and help build international diplomacy from the bottom-up!