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June 2019

Lesson Learned From Base-Hosting Communities

June 13 - June 18

9 visitors from Japan will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Provide participants with opportunities to share perspectives and ideas on the issues faced by base-hosting communities; Discuss the economic externalities of military bases, and Explore ways to facilitate strong, positive relations between bases and civilian communities.

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The Digital Economy – Transformative Technology For The Social Good

June 16 - June 20

Experts from 26 countries will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Learn about management and marketing strategies to assess and develop innovations; Meet with advocates and start-ups to learn about best practices and challenges in developing technology for the social good; Meet with investors involved in recognizing, promoting, and developing innovative solutions to labor and human rights challenges; Learn how blockchain can be…

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Annual Partner Appreciation Event

June 23: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Point, 1010 Santa Clara Place, 1010 Santa Clara Place
San Diego, CA 92109 United States

Come and win raffle prizes, and join in on the celebration! We will celebrate our donors, members, volunteers, and professional partners like you who help us nurture friendships and share solutions to global challenges with counterparts from around the world. We will award our member of the year for their outstanding support, celebrate the legacy of our departing Board of Directors and staff, share the highlights of our first citizen diplomacy trip to Cuba and announce our next trip! Heavy Cuban appetizers and refreshments will be…

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Human and Civil Rights Advocacy and Awareness

June 25 - June 29

16 visitors from various countries in the Middle East and North Africa will be coming to make professional con-nections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Examine the historical context of human rights advocacy in the U.S., and the contemporary foreign policy issues resulting from the United Nations’ adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Illustrate the influence of human and civil rights activists on policy at the national,…

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July 2019

Recovering From Conflict and Trauma

July 13 - July 17

12 visitors from multiple countries will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Examine the social and psychological effects on children and adults suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) and shock as a result of conflict, trauma, displacement, and natural disasters; S. treatments and strategies to address the needs of trauma victims such as psychotherapy, exposure therapy, cognitive restructuring, community engagement, meditation, relaxation, and…

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U.S.-European Security Issues

July 13 - July 17

20 visitors from multiple countries in Europe will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Expose participants to the U.S. security and defense policy-making process and perspectives on global issues; Examine specific security issues, such as regional conflicts, weapons proliferation, energy security, homeland security, international terrorism, and the use of preventive diplomacy to address these challenges; Discuss the European security architecture, including the evolving roles…

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Combating Trafficking in Persons I

July 23 - July 27

27 visitors from multiple countries will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Review U.S. government strategies to combat international trafficking in persons, including crimes against women and children, by examining the formulation, administration, and enforcement of U.S. policy on the national, state, and local levels; Examine the roles that government, law enforcement, the courts, and local organizations play in detecting, preventing, and prosecuting…

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August 2019

Border and Security Issues

August 6 - August 10

4 visitors from Kazakhstan will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Examine U.S. border and security models and concerns; Discuss the U.S. approach to strategic trade controls and border security; Learn about the interdiction of persons involved in possible terrorist threats and the curtailment of trade in hazardous and dangerous materials and technologies.

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Addressing Marine Debris

August 7 - August 10

12 visitors from Indonesia will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Support learning by municipal officials about effective municipal waste management practices, marine debris prevention, and monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure effectiveness. Build relationships between Indonesian municipal officials and potential U.S. partners to support the implementation of effective waste management in Indonesian cities Highlight U.S. commercial technologies as potential solutions to Indonesian…

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The U.S. Judicial System: Protecting Women and Children

August 8 - August 13

22 visitors from multiple countries will be coming to make professional connections in San Diego exploring the following specific objectives for the project outlined by the Department of State: Explore rule of law and the U.S. judicial system, with special emphasis on the legal structures in place to protect women and children; Identify discriminatory practices based on gender and methods of addressing and resolving them within the U.S. social, political, and legal sectors; Examine the juvenile justice system in the…

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