Go beyond the headlines with the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire as we present films, discussions and lectures addressing world affairs at events around the Granite State. For a full list of our upcoming events, please visit our calendar.
Annual Global Forum
Proceeds of this spring fundraiser - featuring some of the most recognizable names in international affairs today - support the Council's critical work
Past Speakers: Senator George Mitchell, E.J. Dionne, Joseph Nye, Lisa Mullins, Peter Galbraith
Headline Speaker Series
These evening events feature presentations by respected professors, world leaders, and other experts at UNH Manchester.
2012- "Global Tipping Points" - Past series:"After Iraq: Foreign Policy and Moral Dilemmas in the New Middle East;" "Primary Concerns: Critical Foreign Policy Issues at the 2012 Ballot Box"
International Film & Discussion Series
Join the Council and Red River Theatres in Concord for a series of international films followed by relevant speakers and discussion
World Affairs Luncheons
Monthly luncheons feature experts on hot topics and plenty of compelling discussion
International Visitor Receptions
Connect with the world at our receptions for emerging leaders who are in the Granite State as part of our International Visitors Program
Global Business Summit
Learn why your business should "Think Global" in our increasingly globalized world
Past Keynote Speakers: Howard Brodsky, Myron Kandel
China Town Hall
"Local Connections, National Reflections"
Sponsored by the National Committee on United States-China Relations
Portraits of Turkey
A free workshop for local teachers on teaching about Turkey and an annual event exploring the country's culture and history, sponsored by theTurkish Cultural Foundation.
Model UN Conference
A yearly conference for high school students around the state to learn more about foreign policy and the United Nations, presented in partnership with PSU.
Join us for special events around the state including hearing from foreign policy speeches from candidates during the NH Primary, visiting authors and others offering insight into the issues of the day.