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Women and Entrepreneurship II: April 12th-17th

A group of 7 women will come to New Hampshire to learn about how entrepreneurship is promoted in the state and the status of women as entrepreneurs.  Meetings with various companies and organizations will provide the group with an overview of the entrepreneurial spirit in the state and what the government and non-profits can do to promote the industry.  Also, conversations will be held on the challenges women face in the business world and how they overcome these issues.


Building Regional Resilience to Environmental Challenges: April 12th - 18th

New Hampshire will host a group of 8 visitors from Southeast Asia to learn about how the region is preparing for natural disasters and recovery.  Conversations with various stakeholders will allow the group to learn about the best practices in community resiliency and what the cutting edge research is showing.  They will also have the opportunity to do site visits to places that have been effected by environmental damage and talk about how the area recovered from that event.





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UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

From the Auschwitz Death March to the International Court of Justice with Thomas Buergenthal

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

Filene Auditorium, Moore Building 



Holocaust survivor and former World Court Justice Thomas Buergenthal will discuss his experiences in the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp and the Auschwitz Death March to his role in the fight for human rights in Latin America and around the World.

INFO HERE


Interfaith March for Peace and Justice-Concord (NH)

Sunday, April 29th, 2018

3:30 PM-7:30 PM

Concord High School

The Interfaith March for Peace & Justice is a nonpartisan event to support religious freedom and equal justice for all people regardless of religion, race, place of origin, sexual orientation, gender, or ability. Please notify us if you need any accommodations.

Every voice counts and your presence on 4.29 would make a difference. Please join us. 

Gather at Concord High School at 3:30. March will leave at 4:30 and proceed to City Plaza for a 5:30 Rally.

Our Guiding Principles
1. We believe that all people should be free to practice their faith without fear of discrimination, intimidation, or reprisal.

2. We believe that multiple religions can coexist peacefully and contribute to the common good.

3. We believe that equal justice and equal protection under the law are rights to which all people are entitled regardless of race.

4. We believe that the government of every state and of our great nation should protect those who are most vulnerable and never fail to seek justice for acts of violence perpetrated against minorities by those who claim superiority or dominance.

Visit interfaithmarch.com for more details.

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