Upcoming events

    • Wednesday, March 04, 2020
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • SNHU Dining Center Banquet Hall

    International Women's Day

    A Panel Discussion on Women's Economic Empowerment, in collaboration with the WACNH Student Advisory Committee and SNHU Women's Center

    More information on panelists TBA


    • Wednesday, March 04, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Dos Amigos Burritos Portsmouth
    Register


    Join the World Affairs Council of NH for a Night of Global Trivia

    Gather your team, test your knowledge, and win some great prizes!

    The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire will host a series of four global trivia nights at Dos Amigos Burritos in downtown Portsmouth.  The rules are simple: no phones and no shouting out answers!  This will be a fun night of testing your knowledge of global culture, music, politics, sports, and general information. This is a great way to get out on a Wednesday night and compete with friends, so get together with your smartest friends and come show us what you know!

    When: Wednesday, March 4th at 6:00 pm

    Where: Dos Amigos Burritos

    15 Portwalk Place

    Portsmouth, NH 03801

    Who: General Public

    Hint: Engage with WACNH programs to learn the answers to some questions ahead of time. Many questions will come from topics discussed at WACNH events and in the Council's Global in the Granite State Podcast. You can listen to past episodes HERE.

    • Wednesday, March 11, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Red River Theatres 11 S Main St #L1 Concord, NH
    Register

    Crossroads Film Series: Breaking the Chains of Trafficking

    Brave Girl Rising


    Wednesday, March 11th, 6 PM

    Red River Theatres 

    11 S Main St #L1

    Concord, NH 03301


    Tickets are $13 for the general public,

    $10 for WACNH members.

    Watch the Trailer:

    About Brave Girl Rising:

    Brave Girl Rising was made in collaboration with The International Rescue Committee (IRC), whose Women’s Protection and Empowerment programs support Nasro, the 17-year-old girl featured in the film, in Dadaab refugee camp, and with support from the project's Founding Partner, Citi. To coincide with the film’s release, Girl Rising (GR), IRC, and Citi are teaming up with HP and Amplifier to launch a major campaign that will include screening toolkits, curricula, take action guides and a street art initiative.

    Warsan Shire, the UK’s former young poet laureate and social media phenom behind Beyoncé’s Lemonade, incorporates elements of magic realism and moving poetry in the screenplay. Tessa Thompson, who is the voice of the film, is not only Hollywood’s hottest new star (Creed 2, Westworld, Thor), but as one of the founding members of Time’s Up, she’s a powerful advocate for women in her own right.

    “At a moment when 68.5 million people are displaced worldwide, around half of whom are women, this film brings much-needed awareness to the challenges faced by women and girls in crisis”, said Nicole Behnam, Senior Director for Violence Prevention and Response at the IRC. “Campaigns like this ensure the most vulnerable women are part of the global conversation, and show the importance of prioritizing their safety, education and wellbeing. The IRC is proud to support and empower girls like Nasro around the world, so that they can recover from violence and take control of their lives.”

    Nasro arrived at Dadaab when she was only 7 years old. Shire wrote the screenplay based on hours of conversation with Nasro—and the story weaves together true events in Nasro’s life and her dreams with the award-winning poet’s own experience as a refugee.

    “We want to get people talking about the reality for refugee girls all over the globe, the barriers they face in securing basic human rights and the truly transformative power of education for girls living as refugees", said Christina Lowery, CEO of GR. "We believe films like ours can turn bystanders into activists and we have seen first-hand the results of people who become engaged in the issue and are inspired to act."

    The IRC is a global leader in providing services and resources to adolescent girls in crisis, to help them regain control over their lives and futures. Through psychosocial support, skills-building activities, mentorship, and other interventions, the IRC engages girls, their parents, caregivers, and community leaders to combat harmful gender norms and practices, including gender-based violence.

    GR launched its global campaign in 2012 with the goal of changing how people value and invest in girls and girls' potential. Since then, GR has created media-driven campaigns and grassroots programming with on-the-ground partners in India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Thailand, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and is expanding into Kenya and Guatemala in 2019. Through creative storytelling in the form of films, PSAs, social media campaigns, radio programming, mobile games, and by teaming up with local organizations, GR is reaching girls, boys, parents, teachers, community and government leaders, sparking conversation and locally-led action in support of girls' education and girls' rights. The results include girls re-enrolling in school, parents deciding against early marriage, brothers standing up for their sisters, girls learning their rights and teachers creating gender-equal classrooms.

    This project was made possible with support from 

    The Lantos Foundation

    • Sunday, March 15, 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Southern NH University - Dining Center
    Register



    Registration for NH Academic WorldQuest teams!

    Please register your team(s) and pay online or by mailing a check to the WACNH office: 2500 North River Rd. Manchester, NH 03106

    REGISTRATION CLOSES SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29TH

    For more detailed information about the competition, please visit our

    AWQ 2020 page


    The 2020 Competition Topics

    1. U.S.-Russia Relations

    2. Country in Focus: South Korea

    3. Preventing Extremism in Fragile States

    4. Oceans: The World's Garbage Dump

    5. New Hampshire and the World

    6. Brexit and the EU

    7. China's Belt & Road Initiative

    8. Germany: 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall

    9. Qatar and the Future of the Gulf Cooperation Council

    10.Current Events

    Study Guide: Here

    Competition format this year:

    In Rounds 1-10, each team submits their answer using an electronic clicker system, concealing their answers to all except the computer.  In the Final Round, the top two teams will go head-to-head to compete for 1st and 2nd place. These two teams will be invited up on stage and the 1st placed team will go first.  They will be asked an open-ended question and have 30 seconds to answer.  A correct answer wins them a point.  An incorrect answer sends the question to the 2nd place team, who will have 15 seconds to answer, for a chance to "steal" the point.  Then the 2nd place team will get the next question.  The round will continue like this until one team gets to 5 points.

    THANK YOU 2020 SPONSORS: 

                      

       


    • Monday, March 23, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Portsmouth Public Library
    Register


    Portsmouth Global Affairs Speaker Series: China's 'Stealth War'

    Come join the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire in welcoming Dr. Robert Spalding, Brigadier General, USAF (ret.) of the Hudson Institute to the Portsmouth Public Library. Dr. Spalding will be talking about his experiences in China, and his policy work in the U.S. government at the National Security Council combating Chinese aggression. He will also discuss his newest book, Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept, followed by a Q&A session and a book signing after the talk concludes. This event is free to attend and would not be possible without the generous support of the Portsmouth Public Library. We hope to see you there!

    When: Monday, March 23rd at 6:00 pm

    Where: Portsmouth Public Library

    175 Parrott Avenue,

    Portsmouth NH 03801

    This event is free to attend, and there will be copies of Spalding's newest book, Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept, available for purchase after the talk.


    More About Robert Spalding


    Rob Spalding is a national security policy strategist, and globally recognized for his knowledge of Chinese economic competition and influence, as well as for his ability to forecast global trends and develop innovative solutions. He has served in senior positions of strategy and diplomacy within the Defense and State Departments for more than 26 years, retiring as brigadier general.

    He was the chief architect for the Trump Administration’s widely praised National Security Strategy (NSS), and the Senior Director for Strategy to the President at the National Security Council.

    Dr. Spalding has written extensively on national security matters. His book, Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept (Portfolio; 2019) is an executive summary of his almost decade-long work countering Chinese Communist Party influence. It is being translated into additional languages. His work has been published in The Washington Post, The Washington Times, Foreign Affairs, The American Interest, War on the Rocks, FedTech Magazine, Defense One, The Diplomat, and other edited volumes. His Air Power Journal article on America’s Two Air Forces is frequently used in the West Point curriculum. He has been interviewed on FOX News and CNBC, as well as numerous radio and YouTube channels, both nationally and internationally.

    Dr. Spalding is a skilled combat leader, and a seasoned diplomat. Under Dr. Spalding’s leadership, the 509th Operations Group—the nation’s only B-2 Stealth Bomber unit—experienced unprecedented technological and operational advances. Dr. Spalding’s demonstrated acumen for solving complex technological issues to achieve operational success, was demonstrated when he led a low-cost rapid-integration project for a secure global communications capability in the B-2, achieving tremendous results at almost no cost to the government. As commander, he led forces in the air and on the ground in Libya and Iraq. He is a former China strategist for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Staff at the Pentagon, as well as having served as the senior defense official and defense attaché in Beijing. During the UUV Incident of 2016, Dr. Spalding averted a diplomatic crisis by negotiating with the Chinese PLA for the return of the UUV, without the aid of a translator.

    Dr. Spalding’s relationship with business leaders, fostered during his time as a Military Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, allowed him to recommend pragmatic solutions to complex foreign policy and national security issues, now driving positive economic outcomes for the nation. Dr. Spalding’s groundbreaking work on competition in Secure 5G has reset the global environment for the next phase of the information age.

    Dr. Spalding is an Olmsted Scholar, a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. He has lectured globally, including engagements at European Cybersec 2019, KAS-ASPI, the Naval War College, National Defense University, Air War College, Columbia University, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and other Professional Military Educational institutions. Dr. Spalding holds a doctorate in economics and mathematics from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. He was a distinguished graduate of the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, and is fluent in Chinese Mandarin.

    • Wednesday, April 01, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Mara Auditorium, Webster Hall, SNHU, 2500 North River Road, Manchester
    Register

    Global Tipping Points:

    The Survival of the Maduro Regime in Venezuela: The Modern Face of Authoritarianism

    Come join the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire in welcoming Professor and chair of Political Science at Amherst College, Dr. Javier Corrales, to Southern New Hampshire University as he discusses the enduring strength and authoritarianism of the Venezuelan regime under President Nicolás Maduro, despite popular upheaval and strong resistance in recent years.

    When: April 1st at 6:00 pm

    Where: Mara Auditorium, Webster Hall
    SNHU, 2500 North River Road 
    Manchester, NH 03106


    Tickets:

    Members - Free

    Non-Members - $10

    All Students & SNHU Faculty - Free (w/ registration code)

    [Email council@wacnh.org to get the SNHU code]


    More About Javier Corrales


    Javier Corrales is Dwight W. Morrow 1895 professor and chair of Political Science at Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts.  He obtained his Ph.D. in political science from Harvard University in 1996.

    Corrales's research focuses on democratization, presidential powers, democratic backsliding, political economy of development, ruling parties, the incumbent's advantage, foreign policies, and sexuality.  He has published extensively on Latin America and the Caribbean. 

    His latest book, Fixing Democracy:  Why Constitutional Change Often Fails to Enhance Democracy in Latin America, was published by Oxford University Press in mid 2018.

    He is the co-author with Michael Penfold of Dragon in the Tropics:  Venezuela and the Legacy of Hugo Chávez (Brookings Institution Press, 2015), now in its second edition; with Daniel Altschuler, The Promise of Participation: Experiments in Participatory Governance in Honduras and Guatemala (Palgrave/Macmillan 2013), and with Carlos A. Romero, U.S.-Venezuela Relations since the 1990s:  Coping with Midlevel Security Threats (Routledge, 2013).  He is also the co-editor with Mario Pecheny of The Politics of Sexuality in Latin America:  A Reader on GLBT Rights (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2010), and author of Presidents Without Parties: the Politics of Economic Reform in Argentina and Venezuela in the 1990s (Penn State University Press,  2002). 

    His research has been published in academic journals such as Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, World Development, Political Science Quarterly, International Studies Quarterly, World Policy Journal, Latin American Politics and Society, Journal of Democracy, Latin American Research ReviewStudies in Comparative International Studies, Current History, and Foreign Policy.  He writes periodically for the New York Times.

    Javier Corrales serves on the editorial board of Latin American Politics and Society, Political Science Quarterly, the European Review of Latin America and the Caribbean, and Americas Quarterly.

    He was president of the New England Council of Latin American Studies and Program Co-Chair of the 2010 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association.  In 2010 he was appointed by Governor Deval Patrick to serve on the executive board of Mass Humanities, a grant-making organization affiliated with the National Endowment for the Humanities.  In 2009, he was a visiting scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard. 

    He has taught at the Center for Latin American Research (CEDLA) at the University of Amsterdam and at the Center for Latin American Studies at Georgetown University.  He has also offered short courses at the Institute of Higher Studies in Administration (IESA) in Caracas, the School of Government at the University of the Andes in Bogotá, and at the Universidad de Salamanca.  In 2016 he was Fulbright scholar in Bogotá, and in 2005, in Caracas.   In 2000, he became one of the youngest scholars ever to be selected as a Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. He has also been a consultant for the World Bank, the United Nations, the Center for Global Development, Freedom House, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

    In addition to ongoing research on Venezuela's politics, Corrales is also working on three separate projects:  1) Incumbents, Expresidents, and Newcomers; 2) variations in the performance of national oil companies, and 3) the factors helping to expand LGBT rights in Latin America.

    • Tuesday, April 07, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Red River Theatres 11 S Main St #L1 Concord, NH
    Register

    Crossroads Film Series: Breaking the Chains of Trafficking

    Children of War


    Tuesday, April 7th, 6 PM

    Red River Theatres 

    11 S Main St #L1

    Concord, NH 03301


    Tickets are $13 for the general public,

    $10 for WACNH members.

    Watch the Trailer:

    About Children of War:

    Filmed inside the war zone of northern Uganda over a period of three years, Children of War is a unique and incandescent documentary which captures the story of a group of former child soldiers as they undergo a process of emotional and spiritual healing while in a rehabilitation center.

    Having been abducted from their homes and schools and forced to become fighters by the Lords Resistance Army -- a quasi-religious militia led by self-proclaimed prophet and war criminal Joseph Kony -- the children struggle to confront and break through years of brutal abuse, extreme religious ideology, and participation in war crimes with the help of a heroic team of trauma counselors.

    As these fearless allies guide the children forward into new lives, Children of War illuminates a powerful and cathartic story of forgiveness and hope in the aftermath of war.


    This project was made possible with support from 

    The Lantos Foundation

    • Wednesday, April 15, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Dos Amigos Burritos Portsmouth
    Register


    Join the World Affairs Council of NH for a Night of Global Trivia

    Gather your team, test your knowledge, and win some great prizes!

    The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire will host a series of four global trivia nights at Dos Amigos Burritos in downtown Portsmouth.  The rules are simple: no phones and no shouting out answers!  This will be a fun night of testing your knowledge of global culture, music, politics, sports, and general information. This is a great way to get out on a Wednesday night and compete with friends, so get together with your smartest friends and come show us what you know!

    When: Wednesday, April 15th at 6:00 pm

    Where: Dos Amigos Burritos

    15 Portwalk Place

    Portsmouth, NH 03801

    Who: General Public

    Hint: Engage with WACNH programs to learn the answers to some questions ahead of time. Many questions will come from topics discussed at WACNH events and in the Council's Global in the Granite State Podcast. You can listen to past episodes HERE.

    • Thursday, April 23, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Mara Auditorium, Webster Hall, SNHU, 2500 North River Road, Manchester
    Register

    Global Tipping Points:

    Erdogan’s Empire: Turkey and the Politics of the Middle East

    Join us for an intriguing talk from Beyer Family fellow and director of the Turkish Research Program at The Washington Institute, Dr. Soner Cagaptay, as he discusses authoritarianism in President Erdoğan's Turkey.

    When: April 1st at 6:00 pm

    Where: Mara Auditorium, Webster Hall
    SNHU, 2500 North River Road 
    Manchester, NH 03106


    Tickets:

    Members - Free

    Non-Members - $10

    All Students & SNHU Faculty - Free (w/ registration code)

    [Email council@wacnh.org to get the SNHU code]


    More About Soner Cagaptay


    Soner Cagaptay is the Beyer Family fellow and director of the Turkish Research Program at The Washington Institute. He has written extensively on U.S.-Turkish relations, Turkish domestic politics, and Turkish nationalism, publishing in scholarly journals and major international print media, including the Wall Street JournalWashington PostNew York TimesForeign Affairs, and The Atlantic. He has been a regular columnist for Hürriyet Daily News, Turkey's oldest and most influential English-language paper, and a contributor to CNN's Global Public Square blog. He appears regularly on Fox News, CNN, NPR, BBC, and CNN-Turk. His latest book, Erdogan's Empire: Turkey and the Politics of the Middle East, was published in September 2019 by I.B. Tauris.

    A historian by training, Dr. Cagaptay wrote his doctoral dissertation at Yale University (2003) on Turkish nationalism. Dr. Cagaptay has taught courses at Yale, Princeton University, Georgetown University, and Smith College on the Middle East, Mediterranean, and Eastern Europe. His spring 2003 course on modern Turkish history was the first offered by Yale in three decades. From 2006-2007, he was Ertegun Professor at Princeton University's Department of Near Eastern Studies.

    Dr. Cagaptay is the recipient of numerous honors, grants, and chairs, among them the Smith-Richardson, Mellon, Rice, and Leylan fellowships, as well as the Ertegun chair at Princeton. He has also served on contract as chair of the Turkey Advanced Area Studies Program at the State Department's Foreign Service Institute. In 2012 he was named an American Turkish Society Young Society Leader.

    After training in India, Dr. Cagaptay is certified as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 in 2018.

    • Wednesday, May 06, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Portsmouth Public Library
    Register


    Portsmouth Global Affairs Speaker Series:

    India on the Edge: Authoritarianism and Violence in the World's Largest Democracy

    Come join the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire in welcoming Dr. Manu Bhagavan, Professor of History at Hunter College, to the Portsmouth Public Library. Dr. Bhagavan will be talking about the authoritarian trends that some have seen building under current Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the world's second largest country by population, and the largest democracy in the world, India. He will also discuss how these trends in India may fit in to growing global trends towards nationalism, illiberalism, and authoritarianism. This event is free to attend and would not be possible without the generous support of the Portsmouth Public Library. We hope to see you there!

    When: Wednesday, May 6th at 6:00 pm

    Where: Portsmouth Public Library

    175 Parrott Avenue,

    Portsmouth NH 03801


    More About Manu Bhagavan


    Manu Bhagavan is a specialist on modern India, focusing on the twentieth-century late-colonial and post-colonial periods, with particular interests in human rights, (inter)nationalism, and questions of sovereignty.  At Hunter, where he is Professor of History, at the undergraduate level he lectures on modern world history and on modern South Asian history, and offers seminars on Gandhi, modern India, and violence and ethnic conflict.  His graduate classes focus on human rights and internationalism.

    Manu’s most recent book is the critically acclaimed The Peacemakers / India and the Quest for One World, published by HarperCollins India in 2012 and updated and expanded by Palgrave Macmillan in 2013. Set against the backdrop of World War II, Indian independence and decolonization, and the Cold War, this first-of-its-kind international history, based on seven years of research in twenty archives on three continents, tells the story of India’s quest to build consensus around the framework of “human rights,” to bridge the divisions between East and West, between capitalist and communist, and to create “one world” free of empire, poverty, exploitation, and war. 

    Manu explores ideas raised in The Peacemakers further in several recent articles, including: “Towards a World Community: India and the Idea of United Nations Reform,” Strategic Analysis (2011); co-authored with Alexander Bacha, “The Commodification of Love: Gandhi, King and 1960’s Counterculture,” in Bryan S. Turner, ed., War and Peace (2013);  “India and the United Nations Or Things Fall Apart,” in David Malone, C. Raja Mohan, and Srinath Raghavan, eds., The OUP Handbook on Indian Foreign Policy (2015); and “Towards Universal Relief and Rehabilitation: India, UNRRA, and the New Internationalism.” in Thomas Weiss and Dan Plesch, eds., Wartime History and the Future United Nations (2015).

    Manu’s other major publications, all with Oxford University Press, include Sovereign Spheres (2003), Heterotopias (editor, 2010), and Speaking Truth to Power and Claiming Power from Below (co-edited with Anne Feldhaus, 2009, with multiple reprints).  Manu has also published articles in The Journal of Asian StudiesModern Asian StudiesThe Indian Economic and Social History Review, and the Economic and Political Weekly, among other places.  He reviews books for numerous publications and has maintained a blog on CNN-IBN.    Manu has served as the President of the Society for Advancing the History of South Asia and is also the recipient of a 2006 fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies.

    At Hunter, Manu serves as an undergraduate advisor in the History Department, He has previously served as Chair of the interdisciplinary Human Rights Program based at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute.  Manu regularly comments in the media.  He has written for or been quoted in The New York Times, the Washington Post,  Fusion, and Media Diversified, with stories picked up in the Indian press including India AbroadThe Hindu, and the Deccan Herald.  Manu has also been interviewed by or appeared on Sirius XM radio (The Matt Townsend Show), Zee English/WION TV, WNYC radio (The Brian Lehrer Show), CNBC, NPR (All Things Considered), Rajya Sabha Television (The Big Picture), Al Jazeera International (The Stream), HuffPost Live, CNN-IBN, Press TV, and BBC World Radio (The World Today).  His essay for Quartz on the rise of global authortarianism went viral internationally and was translated into German as the lead, cover article for the May 2016 issue of the Berliner Republik magazine. 

    • Tuesday, May 12, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Red River Theatres 11 S Main St #L1 Concord, NH
    Register

    Crossroads Film Series: Breaking the Chains of Trafficking

    Silk Road: Drugs, Death and the Dark Web


    Tuesday, May 12th, 6 PM

    Red River Theatres 

    11 S Main St #L1

    Concord, NH 03301


    Tickets are $13 for the general public,

    $10 for WACNH members.


    About Silk Road:

    In 2011, a sensational new black market website known as the “Silk Road” emerged on the dark net. This “Amazon of Illegal Drugs” was the brainchild of a mysterious, libertarian intellectual operating under the avatar “The Dread Pirate Roberts.” Promising its users complete anonymity, and total freedom from government regulation or scrutiny, Silk Road became a billion-dollar digital drugs cartel.

    Homeland Security, the DEA, the FBI, even the Secret Service mounted multiple investigations in the largest online manhunt the world had ever seen. But it would be a young tax inspector from the IRS, who had grown up in the projects of Brooklyn and had seen first-hand how drugs could ravage a community, to finally crack the case and unmask “DPR.”

    With unparalleled access, SILK ROAD: DRUGS, DEATH AND THE DARK WEB is a thrilling cat-and-mouse crime story for the digital age, bristling with intrigue, mayhem… and murder.


    This project was made possible with support from 

    The Lantos Foundation

    • Wednesday, May 13, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Dos Amigos Burritos Portsmouth
    Register


    Join the World Affairs Council of NH for a Night of Global Trivia

    Gather your team, test your knowledge, and win some great prizes!

    The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire will host a series of four global trivia nights at Dos Amigos Burritos in downtown Portsmouth.  The rules are simple: no phones and no shouting out answers!  This will be a fun night of testing your knowledge of global culture, music, politics, sports, and general information. This is a great way to get out on a Wednesday night and compete with friends, so get together with your smartest friends and come show us what you know!

    When: Wednesday, May 13th at 6:00 pm

    Where: Dos Amigos Burritos

    15 Portwalk Place

    Portsmouth, NH 03801

    Who: General Public

    Hint: Engage with WACNH programs to learn the answers to some questions ahead of time. Many questions will come from topics discussed at WACNH events and in the Council's Global in the Granite State Podcast. You can listen to past episodes HERE.

    • Wednesday, June 10, 2020
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Dos Amigos Burritos Portsmouth
    Register


    Join the World Affairs Council of NH for a Night of Global Trivia

    Gather your team, test your knowledge, and win some great prizes!

    The World Affairs Council of New Hampshire will host a series of four global trivia nights at Dos Amigos Burritos in downtown Portsmouth.  The rules are simple: no phones and no shouting out answers!  This will be a fun night of testing your knowledge of global culture, music, politics, sports, and general information. This is a great way to get out on a Wednesday night and compete with friends, so get together with your smartest friends and come show us what you know!

    When: Wednesday, June 10th at 6:00 pm

    Where: Dos Amigos Burritos

    15 Portwalk Place

    Portsmouth, NH 03801

    Who: General Public

    Hint: Engage with WACNH programs to learn the answers to some questions ahead of time. Many questions will come from topics discussed at WACNH events and in the Council's Global in the Granite State Podcast. You can listen to past episodes HERE.

*We encourage advance registration for all of our programs. For events with a ticket price, online payments can be made using PayPal. If you prefer to register or pay over the phone, please contact our office: 603.314.7970


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