Ringing of the International Peace Bell in Northern Kentucky

The “2015 Peace Bell Event” took place at the World Peace Bell Center in Northern Kentucky on July 9 to pray for world peace and strengthen the bond with, Gifu, Japan, which has been Cincinnati’s sister city since 1988. This … Continue reading

International Musicians in Cincinnati

Fourth Annual Constella Festival International and local artists alike will be gathering to perform in Cincinnati over the next two weeks, thanks to the Constella Festival founder, Tatiana Berman and the boards. Berman explains that vital partnerships with “international stars and … Continue reading

Between Two Continents: A New American’s Perspective

Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council Intern Ahmed Elessawy reflects on his experiences in the process of becoming a US Citizen. On the left, Ahmed Elessawy with his Certificate of Naturalization at the U.S. Naturalization Ceremony at Transylvania University. End of a Process … Continue reading

Education through Partnerships

Partnership Benefits Cincinnati Students In February, Partnership for Innovation in Education (PIE) and the scientific research company 3M announced a partnership directly benefiting 600 Cincinnati middle school students. The PIE team connected 3M Milford plant engineers to the students through … Continue reading

Coffee Emporium and International Women’s Coffee Alliance

Eileen Schwab from Cincinnati’s Coffee Emporium and Margaret Swallow from the International Women’s Coffee Alliance (IWCA) will be celebrating International Women’s Day the morning of March 7th at the … Continue reading

Friends in February: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

As March 7th draws closer, we at GCWAC grow increasingly excited for our One Mind One World One night gala! We can’t wait to celebrate Cincinnati’s global connections with all of our generous attendees including representatives from the fellow nonprofit … Continue reading