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Council to host three international delegations during Presidential Primary
Emerging leaders from Brazil, Macedonia and the UK will visit the Granite State during Primary Week to learn more about our First-in-the-nation tradition. The groups, part of the State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program, will exchange ideas with local professionals on news coverage of the primary and youth engagement and leadership in politics. LEARN MORE about this special program and how you can get involved as a citizen diplomat!
Annual Fund gifts support Council programs
Thank you! Together, the Council's members and friends raised more than $20,000 for our Annual Fund, supporting the many free programs we offer for local communities and schools. We are excited to be kicking off another stellar year of programs in 2016, thanks to you!
Seth Goldman, Diplomacy Begins Here Manchester speaker, to be named 2016 Citizen Diplomat of the Year by Global Ties U.S.
In recognition of his commitment to fostering global well-being, Global Ties U.S. will present him with the award as part of the 2016 National Meeting in Washington, DC on January 29.
Seth Goldman co-founded Honest Tea out of his home in 1998 with Barry Nalebuff of the Yale School of Management, and from the beginning they were committed to social responsibility, including sourcing ingredients from organic farms and reinvesting in those communities.
Today, Honest Tea is the nation's top selling organic bottled tea, and is carried in more than 100,000 outlets. In recognition of his efforts to use and promote business practices that foster social and economic development across the world, Global Ties U.S. will honor Seth Goldman with the 2016 Citizen Diplomat Award at the network's National Meeting. Goldman served as the keynote speaker of the Council's Diplomacy Begins Here Summit in Manchester last August.
WINTER Community Events Calendar
8-week Foreign Policy Discussion Group
Tuesdays at the Portsmouth Public Library
Different Roots, Common Dreams
Sunday, January 24 at 2 PM
Nashua Public Library
Kurt Campbell, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and Pacific
Monday, January 25 at 4:30 PM
Kriendler Conference Hall
Dickey Center, Dartmouth, Hanover
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