International Business Forum – Doing Business Around the Globe

BCG & Company is hosting an event International Business Forum – Doing Business Around the Globe on Thursday, November 13. BCG & Company has invited Michael Weidokal, an internationally renowned geopolitical and economic forecaster and founder of International Strategic Analysis (ISA), to discuss the international economic and political risks around the world. Weidokal has directly advised many […]

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Notre Dame College Presents Abrahamic Center’s 2014 Distinguished Lecture

Save the date for the Abrahamic Center’s 2014 Distinguished Lecture, featuring Eboo Patel, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 6, in Regina Auditorium. Patel is a member of President Barack Obama’s inaugural Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships and the founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, a nonprofit that aims to promote interfaith cooperation. Click […]

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An Evening with Rick Steves

International Partners in Mission (IPM) hosts this event on September 17, 2014. Rick Steves, guidebook author, public radio, and TV host, is one of the most respected authorities on European Travel. Host of the popular public television series “Rick Steves’ Europe” and best selling author of over 50 European travel books, Rick advocates smart, affordable […]

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IPM Hosts “Taking Cleveland International with Local and Nonprofit Leaders”

International Partners in Mission will be hosting an event, Taking Cleveland International with Local and Nonprofit Leaders. This panel aims to highlight the tremendous work that organizations are doing to maintain Cleveland’s active citizenship in global affairs. Their goals of inspiring engagement in international affairs through the creation of globally minded citizens aligns with IPM’s role in connecting Cleveland […]

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Promoting Social Change Through the Arts

Visitors from multiple regions will visit Cleveland to examine the arts and artistic expression in the United States as a vehicle for promoting social change in communities. Visits to established art centers as well as to smaller, community-supported arts programs will help to illustrate the various ways in which the arts can convey identity, creativity, […]

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Diversity and Multiculturalism in the United States

CCWA will host an IVLP group from nine different African countries to examine multiculturalism in the U.S. In addition to focusing on the protection of human and civil rights, the group will also learn about engaging with at-risk youth and learning how to build NGOs to provide services for minority communities. International Visitors Program  Each […]

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Youth Entrepreneurship

An IVLP group from Yemen will highlight the social, economic, and political factors that influence and encourage the advancement of private enterprise in the U.S. Meetings, site visits, and hands-on activities will feature public, private, and cooperative efforts that support and facilitate small business development. The group will also discuss methods to improve entrepreneurial skills […]

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Public-Private Partnerships for Economic Improvement

An IVLP group from Azerbaijan will visit Cleveland to learn how business organizations in the U.S. strengthen cooperation between government and business for the improvement of the business environment. The visitors will also look at coordinated strategies business organizations use for informing law makers of policy concerns, and how they receive feedback from their government […]

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Improving Export Potential for Kazakhstani Companies

Visitors from Kazakhstan will come to Cleveland to analyze the political, social, environmental, and economic forces that influence U.S. agricultural and general trade policies.

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