Upcoming Visitors

Upcoming International Groups

Preventing and Responding to Gender-Based Violence Single Country Project - Egypt February 14th & 24th

NH virtually welcomes our first group of the New Year. During this time 5 Egyptian visitors will have the opportunity to engage with the community in a Citizens Exchange Circle, where we bring together local community members together to compare challenges and brainstorm solutions that help to provide actionable outcomes and build deeper relationships between participants. This is a virtual first for us!! This group will also have the opportunity to participate in Domestic violence prevention workshop where our visitors will learn about and create violence prevention campaigns and strategies for their home countries.

Education in the Digital Age an Inter-Regional Project - March 2nd & 9th

At the beginning of March NH will virtually great 10 international visitors from 10 different countries. During this time NH will participate with South Carolina in a joint meeting bringing NH Society for Technology in Education, to discuss how they preparing teachers to use educational technology. In another unique panel discussion, we will bring together a NH State Senator, Department of Education Rep, and a local school board member, to talk about the role of state and local authorities in making education policy and supporting schools and teachers in transitioning to digital-enhanced learning. 

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists - New and Traditional Broadcast Media a Multi-Regional Project - March 7th

Also in March we will host 9 International visitors from 9 different countries to meet with representatives of NHPR to talk and provide insight into the different ways they go about identifying, investigating, and developing compelling news stories of interest and how they operate these stories across traditional radio and new digital platforms.


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 U.S. During this time we have rapidly and successfully implemented IVLP Virtual Exchanges. While these will never replace in-person programming, it is proving to be a valuable tool for continuing to engage our global community in vital exchanges of ideas.

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 March 1, 2022 for in-person programming to resume.

Please note, the safety of U.S. 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

Domestic Violence Salon Series, IVLP Alumni project

Domestic Violence Salon Series, IVLP Alumni project

Edward R. Murrow Program for Journalists - Research and Investigation

Promoting Transparent and Ethical Intercountry Adoptions

Video Games for STEAM and Entrepreneurship

Open World

IPR Enforcement Protection in the US

Transparency and Accountability in Government

21st Century Changemakers: Trend Leaders Promote Social Media Discernment Among Youth

Transparency and Accountability in Government

US Judicial System: Protecting Women and Children

Enhancing Governance in the Bangsamoro Transition Authority

NGO Management

Youth and Civic Engagement

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