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UPCOMING INTERNATIONAL VISITORS


Civic Education for Youth: October 16th-20th

This group visiting New Hampshire will include 10 youth engagement practitioners from Poland to learn about how the state encourages young people to get involved in their communities.  


US Judicial System: October 23rd

The group of 5 judicial officials from Haiti will do a day trip to New Hampshire to learn about our court systems.  Meetings and tours at the State and Federal Courts will highlight this quick trip to the state.  Conversations on how these systems are similar and different will allow the group to learn more about the decentralized nature of our systems and what the best practices are.


Preventing and Confronting Domestic Abuse and Violence: October 30th-November 2nd

New Hampshire will play host to a group of 15 domestic violence prevention specialist from the Near East and North Africa.  The group will have the opportunity to meet with a wide range of non-profit, educational, media, and governmental agencies to learn about ways to combat domestic and sexual violence.  Conversations on public private partnerships and how they benefit all partners will be a main focus.


UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

HOSTS NEEDED FOR SNHU THANKSGIVING BREAK


Seeking Hosts for SNHU’s Thanksgiving Hosts Program

 Southern New Hampshire University is seeking hosts willing to invite pairs of international students to join your family’s Thanksgiving celebration. If you are interested in inviting two or more international students to join your family’s Thanksgiving celebration, please complete the host family application at the SNHU website (click on the International Student link on the top of the opening page, then on the International Student Services link on the left, then ISS Forms and Resources) and return it by November 2nd to Debbie Donnelly at SNHU at d.donnelly@snhu.edu or ISS Office, 2500 N. River Rd., Manchester, NH 03106. 

This is a truly wonderful opportunity for all who are involved.  Please consider opening up your home to share this day when we give thanks for all that is good in our lives. 

AcTEAvism- The Awareness Event

Thuesday, October 18th 2 PM-3 PM

The Freedom Café, Durham

10 Mill Road, Durham, NH 03824



Enjoy a mix of teas and tea snacks, a traditional tea ceremony and learn about human trafficking in the tea industry. 
This event is open and you can definitely just pop in, but a FB RSVP will help us better prepare :)

We recommend a donation of $5pp or $12/family.

Becoming American/Program 4: 

Help Wanted

Thursday, October 18th, 7 PM-9 PM

3S Artspace

319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801



Free and open to the public

Becoming American: A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on Our Immigration Experience is a six-session series of public programs featuring documentary film screenings and discussions of immigration issues against the backdrop of immigration history, led by Dr. Lucy Salyer, UNH Associate Professor of History. Presented by 
Strawbery Banke Museum and hosted by 3S Artspace.

More Information and Free Registration Here


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