The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a non-profit community organization dedicated to understanding world affairs and cultures. Since its founding in 2007, TNWAC’s impact on communities in the state has grown along with our reputation for unique programs that connect Tennesseans with experts, leaders and ideas from all over the world.
As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, TNWAC is supported by private funding from individual and corporate member dues and contributions.
As a regional center for education and discussion of world affairs, the Council seeks to provide leadership for global thinking, believing that a broad perspective is necessary for effective competition in the global economy and for responsible citizenship in the increasingly interdependent political world.
Please consider joining us as a member to help support our mission. Bring the world to your community through the Tennessee World Affairs Council!
Newsletters / Member-only events / Discount to fee events / Webinars, Podcasts & Teleconferences / Magazine & Book Discounts / International Travel / Complimentary “Daily Chatter” Newsletter / Members-only web site access / Networking with Globally Minded Friends / National Conference of WACA invitation / Eligible to win “What in the World?” Quiz Prizes / Satisfaction of supporting global affairs awareness in the community and schools
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DailyChatter is an international daily newsletter whose sole mission is to help people know the world better. We search for meaning and context in this immensely complex world and filter what we’re hearing through our staff of deeply experienced journalists based in Europe, Asia and the United States. DailyChatter is proudly non-partisan and completely independent of all other media.
ALL TNWAC Members receive a complementary subscription to the “Daily Chatter” newsletter.
Membership supports each of the Council’s core focus areas: in-depth community programs; and the global education outreach program that provides resources to teachers and students.
TNWAC is a 501(c)(3) organization. Because the benefits of membership are “intangible”, we believe the membership fee is a tax-deductible contribution. However, it is always best to consult your tax advisor to determine the deductibility of membership.