UPCOMING INTERNATIONAL DELEGATIONS

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  • 18 Aug 2014 11:34 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)
    5 people from Algeria will come to New Hampshire to better understand how we mentor youth.  They will have the opportunity to learn from the top youth programs in New Hampshire, both government and non-profit, to gain best practices in ensuring youth grow up in a positive environment.  Also, they will have the chance to talk about how peer-to-peer mentoring can be one of the most successful forms of keeping kids out of trouble.
  • 18 Aug 2014 11:33 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)
    A group of 3 health journalists from Japan will visit New Hampshire to learn about our healthcare system and how it functions.  They will have the opportunity to visit hospitals, meet with doctors, and discuss policy with a wide range of people.

    Sharing Best Practices of the US Healthcare System with Leading Japanese Health Journalists: August 19th-21st
    A group of 3 health journalists from Japan will visit New Hampshire to learn about our healthcare system and how it functions.  They will have the opportunity to visit hospitals, meet with doctors, and discuss policy with a wide range of people.  This will help them to better understand our health system, as well as allow for an exchange of best practices between our two countries.
     
  • 18 Aug 2014 11:31 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)
    5 people from the Palestinian Territories will join us in New Hampshire to talk about preventing domestic violence.  We will take them to several non-profit organizations working to help victims of violence recover, as well as to educate the public on dangerous situations and how to prevent them.  The group will look at new laws placed on the books this year and hear about why they are important.
     
  • 18 Aug 2014 11:30 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)


    During this time 9 people from Saudi Arabia will visit New Hampshire to learn about youth engagement in the community.  They will receive the chance to meet with young leaders in the state and talk about how they are working to make their communities a better place.  This will hopefully give the group some new ideas on how to impact their local communities back home.
     
  • 18 Aug 2014 11:28 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)

        


      12 Women from Latin America will visit New Hampshire to learn about women's issues and how they are advocated for on the state level.  Here, the group will have the opportunity to talk with various advocacy and governmental agencies to talk about how they work on different issues and what the major issues affecting women today are.  We will talk about the political system and the advantages/disadvantages of how it functions
     
  • 15 Aug 2014 11:36 AM | Anna Berry (Administrator)

    10 journalists from India will visit NH to learn from local business and community leaders.


     US Economic Policy and Business Trends for Journalists: August 14th - 19th

    WACNH will provide the opportunity for 10 journalists from India to visit with the business community here in New Hampshire.  They will meet with various companies, newspapers, and government officials to learn about the NH economy and how it functions.  This will help them to get a better understanding of how economic development functions in the US, as well as how it is covered by the media.
     


    


    




    


  


    





    

Promoting Women's Issues In the Political System: August 16th - 20th

12 Women from Latin America will visit New Hampshire to learn about women's issues and how they are advocated for on the state level.  Here, the group will have the opportunity to talk with various advocacy and governmental agencies to talk about how they work on different issues and what the major issues affecting women today are.  We will talk about the political system and the advantages/disadvantages of how it functions.

Young Community, Economic, and Social Leaders RISE: Renew, Inspire, Serve, and Empower: August 17th-20th

 
During this time 9 people from Saudi Arabia will visit New Hampshire to learn about youth engagement in the community.  They will receive the chance to meet with young leaders in the state and talk about how they are working to make their communities a better place.  This will hopefully give the group some new ideas on how to impact their local communities back home.

Combating Gender Based Violence: August 17th - 21st

5 people from the Palestinian Territories will join us in New Hampshire to talk about preventing domestic violence.  We will take them to several non-profit organizations working to help victims of violence recover, as well as to educate the public on dangerous situations and how to prevent them.  The group will look at new laws placed on the books this year and hear about why they are important.

Sharing Best Practices of the US Healthcare System with Leading Japanese Health Journalists: August 19th-21st

A group of 3 health journalists from Japan will visit New Hampshire to learn about our healthcare system and how it functions.  They will have the opportunity to visit hospitals, meet with doctors, and discuss policy with a wide range of people.  This will help them to better understand our health system, as well as allow for an exchange of best practices between our two countries.

Mentoring Youth: August 19th - 22nd

5 people from Algeria will come to New Hampshire to better understand how we mentor youth.  They will have the opportunity to learn from the top youth programs in New Hampshire, both government and non-profit, to gain best practices in ensuring youth grow up in a positive environment.  Also, they will have the chance to talk about how peer-to-peer mentoring can be one of the most successful forms of keeping kids out of trouble.















   

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