A non-profit, non-partisan organization fostering learning, discussion and citizen involvement in world affairs across the state
Board of Directors
Remembering David G. Stahl
News & Publiciations
October 2013 E-News
September 2013 E-News
August 2013 E-News
July 2013 E-News
April 2012 E-Newsletter
March 2012 E-Newsletter
February 2012 E-Newsletter
January 2012 E-Newsletter
December 2011 E-newsletter
November 2011 E-Newsletter
October 2011 E-Newsletter
September 26 Press Release
September 2011 E-Newsletter
August 2011 E-News
July 2011 E-News
Headline Speaker Series
China Town Hall
World Affairs Luncheons
Global Business Summit
About the Program
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Our education program enriches global education for educators and students!
High School Model UN Conference
This state-wide conference brings together high school students and their teachers to learn more about foreign policy and the United Nations.
Teacher education & travel abroad
With the help of grants from the Turkish Cultural Foundation and other organizations, the Council provides the opportunity for teachers around the state to learn more about the world through professional development opportunities and travel abroad.
Other ways we enrich education
We strive to provide students with opportunities to meet an international visitor in their classroom, hear a presentation from a leader in foreign policy in their school, or attend a Council event to go beyond the headlines outside of their regular curriculum.
WACNH is an independent, non-profit, educational organization located on the campus of
Southern New Hampshire University, our mission partner.
orld Affairs Council of New Hampshire - Southern New Hampshire University - Ford House
2500 N. River Road - Manchester - NH - 03106 -
- (603) 314-7970
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