Register now for the 2015 National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America set for November 11-13, in Washington, DC
The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a member of the network of World Affairs Councils and as a member of the Council you are eligible for a $100 discount on the conference fee.
This is the #1 conference representing America’s grassroots global awareness education organizations — 96 councils from around the country. The annual conference offers three days of interaction with key government, business, military, academic and other specialists on all of the challenging issues facing the United States in the world. You will hear keynote speakers at banquets, lunches and more; visit foreign embassies in the nation’s capital, hear top analytical minds at think tank off-site visits and participate in plenary sessions featuring panels of experts.
Leading America: Foreign Policy Challenges and the 2016 Election
Nov 11th-Nov 13th, 2015
Held annually for over two decades, the World Affairs Councils of America’s National Conference engages our regional leaders and members drawn from the business, civic, and education communities with top policy-makers and influential experts. This year’s Conference, Leading America: Foreign Policy Challenges and the 2016 Election, will provide original and essential insights. Keynote speakers and relevant panel discussions – on the Middle East, great power rivals Russia and China, the global economy, energy, and transnational challenges from cyber to migration – will frame the foreign policy agenda for candidates. Council programs in 2016 will be enriched by the policy conversations and networking that take place here. You won’t want to miss this event! Register Now!
Embassy of the Czech Republic
Kurdistan Regional Government Representation in the United States
Embassy of Spain
- Superior King: $249/night(Single/Double occupancy)
- Superior Two Doubles: $269/night (Single/Double Occupancy)
The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a nonprofit (501c3), nonpartisan educational charity based in Nashville that works to build understanding of global issues in our communities. Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at: www.TNWAC.org — Join / Donate / Volunteer