Privacy Protection and Enforcement

Visitors from across the European Union will be in Cleveland on a State Department-sponsored program to see firsthand how government agencies, private businesses, nonprofits, healthcare, and law firms in Cleveland interact with, collect, and protect data. The program will address how state government bodies and law enforcement enforce privacy regulations and enhance data protection through […]

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21st Century Changemakers: Strengthening American Corners Programming in the Face of Global Change

Librarians and American Corners managers from Belarus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine will be in Cleveland to explore best practices in library management and strategies for promoting media literacy and civil society. Throughout their program in Northeast Ohio, visitors will meet with the Cleveland Public Library, Cuyahoga County Public Library, The […]

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The Merkel Regime – Germany After the Election

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Klaus-Dieter Frankenberger is the Foreign Editor of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany’s leading daily newspaper. Frankenberger will join CCFR a month after the 2017 German federal election. Will Angela Merkel and the Christian Democrats come out victorious allowing Germany to fend off the rise of […]

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Episode 18: Britain, Brexit, and the U.S.

Guest: Ambassador Charles Ries  The United Kingdom is grappling with its vote to leave the European Union, the world’s most powerful international economic and political union. Ambassador Charles Ries, Vice President, International at the RAND Corporation, joined CCWA to discuss the future and stability of the European Union and the status of the vital transatlantic […]

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Britain, Brexit, and the U.S.

Cleveland Council on World Affairs Presents: A Foreign Policy Forum  The United Kingdom is grappling with its vote to leave the European Union, the world’s most powerful international economic and political union. Ambassador Charles Ries, Vice President, International at the RAND Corporation, will join CCWA to discuss the future and stability of the European Union […]

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Europe and NATO

Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Constanze Stelzenmüller is the inaugural Robert Bosch senior fellow in the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings. Stelzenmüller will explore the future of the EU in a post-Brexit world and NATO’s role in the security of Europe. This lecture is in […]

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Energy Security and Climate Change Resilience

Growing trends towards a “green energy” economy influence how international cooperation, environmental technologies, and government policies will develop in future years. The Cleveland Council on World Affairs presents a project that will incorporate these themes to educate participants in U.S. energy policy formulation, facilitate conversations about U.S.-European energy policy concerns, and to discuss strategies for […]

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Data Privacy and Protection

The Cleveland Council on World Affairs welcomes visitors from Europe this April for the program “Data Privacy and Protection in the United States.”  The visitors’ experience in Cleveland will illuminate the function of data privacy in public-private partnerships, the roles and responsibilities of the private sector in data security, and the interaction between data protection […]

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Refugee Integration Program for European Leaders

In partnership with USAID and World Learning, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs is hosting a group of 15 visitors from Europe who are coming to Cleveland to learn best practices for refugee integration. Visitors plan to meet with US Together, Inc., a mutual assistance organization that serves all refugee communities; sit down with representatives from the […]

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Cyber Security and Government Interoperability

Cyber security has become one of the most essential components of protection for economic and national security interests worldwide. Both the United States and Europe share a common necessity of protecting these systems in order to maintain the resilience and reliability of critical infrastructure and key resources. In order to protect and ensure sufficient cyber security, information […]

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