Borrowing from the “Press Gaggles” held at the White House & the United Nations, the GCWAC has created its own Global Gaggles, held approximately 4-6 times a year. Thanks to our international exchange programs through the U.S. Department of State International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) visiting global experts engage local audiences in dialogue about global issues that affect us all. Our Global Gaggles are informative and open to the public. These popular programs are designed for people interested in learning about the world’s most pressing issues and networking with experts. Recent topics have included promoting social change through the arts, accountable governance and anti-human trafficking.
ONE World Annual Gala
Will you join us for a game of global wit? The Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council is holding its third annual global gala on March 19, 2016. This international evening begins with cocktails and dinner followed by the game of global wits! When you come this evening, you will be a part of a team of 8-10 who will compete on various international topics. The team with the highest Global IQ in the greater Cincinnati region will get bragging rights, a wonderful prize, and a trophy!
By joining us this evening, you are supporting the global education programs of the Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council which prepares students of all ages to thrive in the 21st century global environment. Play a part in helping us make global education available for all students!
Upcoming & Past Events
For our full-size calendar, check out our Calendar of International Events
January 12 – Annual Meeting
January 21 – Academic WorldQuest
February 18 – One World Gala & Global Trivia Competition
April 27 – North Korea Rattling the Pacific Rim
May 16 – America’s Diplomats Film & Dinner – This program is brought to Cincinnati by the World Affairs Councils of America and the American Academy of Diplomacy
June 14 – NATO & Resurgent Russia
January 6 – Refugees and the Responsibility to Welcome: Yours, Mine and Ours
January 14 – Annual Meeting
February 20 – Academic WorldQuest
March 19 – One World Gala & Global Trivia Competition
April 7 – Consul General to Pakistan Dinner & Conversation
April 11 – Consul General of Germany Dinner & Conversation
April 13 – Consul General of Germany Meet & Greet Reception at Northern Kentucky University
May 20 – FPLC Columbus was not Italian but Polish
June 7 – FPLC Future of Energy
June 27 – Global Gaggle: NGO Management in the United States
July 5 – FPLC US Foreign Service – Does it matter today?
August 17 – Foreign Policy Issues to Know in an Election Year
September 21 – National Security & Russia
October 19 – Challenges in the Pacific: North Korea and China
November 15 – College Global Trivia
November 18 – 10th Annual International Education Summit
November 29 – Challenges in the Middle East for the New Administration
November 30 – Innovation, Technology, and Growth: A View from Israel’s High-Tech Scene