Passport DC and Discover Diplomacy Encourage Global Dialogue in the Nation’s Capital

What You Can Find in the World Next Door “You have to love a country that has a whole generation of entrepreneurs dedicated to producing amazing chocolate,” said Lynzey Johnson, who was visiting DC from Albuquerque, New Mexico. “I love events like this because it’s a genuinely fun way to learn. I

International Education Week

“An international education provides an academic grounding for global citizenship; it is also an ideal incubator for the development of lasting personal and intellectual relationships.” – Higher Education Task Force Report, U.S. Summit & Initiative for Global Citizen Diplomacy Strategic Planning Leadership Forum, presented May 2011. According to the Center’s Task Force, “International

Turning Japanese in the Windy City

The J-Center is a program of the Center for Citizen Diplomacy that promotes Japanese culture, language, and arts to strengthen the relationship between Japan and the American Midwest through enhanced citizen engagement. J-Center Program Director, Matt Clark, is traveling to cities around the Midwest to participate in Japanese festivals and learn from

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