Upcoming Visitors


Upcoming International Groups





Domestic Violence Salon Series, IVLP Alumni project, April 2021

NH will participate in a cross-state panel discussion on collaborations and adaptions to changes as a result of COVID-19. Participating Resources Manchester Police Department Domestic Violence Unit, City of Chicago’s Family and Support Services Division on Domestic Violence – and Sacramento, CA NGO “Women Escaping a Violent Environment.



Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists - Research and Investigation, May 2021

During this virtual program, we will arrange meetings with a local newsprint outlet as well as a variety of broadcasting outlets. Each meeting will give the visitors a firsthand look into how they go about reporting and investigating the news they report.  Participants will be joining from multiple countries across the world. 








IVLP PROGRAM UPDATE 

In the past year WACNH has worked to navigate the challenges of the pandemic by working with the Office of International visitors at the State Department and Global Ties. During this time we have rapidly and successfully started implementing IVLP Virtual Exchanges. While this will never replace in-person programming it is proving to be a valuable tool for future programming.

With many recent advances in vaccines the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State has set a potential date of October 1st for in-person programming to resume.

Please note, the safety of US citizens as well as our international visitors is a top priority. Additional updates will be provided once more information is received.



Past virtual programs:

Not too Young To Run

Democracy & Electoral Processes

Creating Lasting Social Change

Current U.S. Social, Political & Economic Issues

Transparency & Accountability in Government

NGO's & Civic Activism

A comparative View of Local Governing

Education in the Digital Age



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