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Increasing Fundraising Self-Sufficiency of NGO’s Working with Stigmatized Groups

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On July 2nd, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs will welcome members from six Russian humanitarian NGO’s for a program entitled “Increasing Fundraising Self-Sufficiency of NGO’s Working with Stigmatized Groups.” The program will allow visitors to explore methods used by their U.S. peers who have encountered and overcome similar fundraising obstacles. While in Cleveland, the […]

Healing the Wounds of Trafficking

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Human trafficking is a devastating yet pervasive epidemic in both the United States and Canada. Victims of trafficking in persons (TIP) often suffer from PTSD which requires extensive rehabilitation as well as wraparound service provision, such as support groups, housing, etc. Unfortunately, these services are often times under-developed and inefficient. Because of the United States’ […]

Youth Inspiring Leadership and Civic Participation

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Worldwide, youth is the fastest growing demographic with a population of 1.48 billion between the ages of 18 to 24. Because of the increasing need to engage this growing segment of the global populace, the State Department has initiated a program entitled “Youth Inspiring Leadership and Civic Participation.” The Cleveland Council on World Affairs will […]

American Libraries

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The Cleveland Council on World Affairs is honored to welcome a visiting group from Kazakhstan to participate in the program "American Libraries." The program will feature four library directors and deputy directors that work closely with the American Corners Program abroad. Sponsored by the State Department, in collaboration with U.S. embassies and host institutions, the […]

Caribbean Youth Ambassadors Program

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CCWA is looking for overnight host families for Caribbean student ambassadors from August 15-26. CCWA will welcome fourteen high school students from Dominica, Bahamas, St. Kitts & Nevis, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname, Trinidad, and Tobago to Cleveland. Their program focuses on leadership and community development. Students are interested in sharing their culture and meeting American peers. Host […]

Political Change in India

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Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations events are for CCFR members only. Bharath Gopalaswamy is the deputy director of the South Asia Center at the Atlantic Council. Previously, Gopalaswamy managed the Program in Arms Control, Disarmament, and International Security at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he oversaw developing projects on space security and South […]

Internationa Business Network (IBN) presents: What’s the Master Plan for Downtown Cleveland

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The International Business Network Annual Post Holiday Reception Wednesday, JANUARY 14, 2015 The Club at Key Center 127 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113 5:30-7:30 pm. Presenting Joe Marinucci, President and CEO of the  Downtown Cleveland Alliance. “What’s the Master Plan for Downtown Cleveland”  (There is no charge for this event hors d’oeuvres provided - cash bar) Reservations Required. Please reply […]

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