THIS WEEK IN GLOBAL AFFAIRS WEBINARS
While we’re all complying with stay at home guidelines during the pandemic we decided Tuesdays are a good time to catch up on what’s going on in the world — conversations about current affairs, hot topics in the news and expert analysis of complex global challenges — through interactive Webinars.
That’s why we bring you the “Global Engagement: News Review” on Tuesday afternoons and on alternate Tuesday evenings “Global Dialogue: International Speakers Series” and “Global Nashville with Karl Dean.”
We archive these programs — both on our Youtube.com/tnwac channel and our “Global Tennessee” Podcast — so you can catch up if you miss them live. But we hope to see you live next “Webinar Tuesday” so you can participate in the conversations. You can register for next weeks programs we have lined up at the links below.
THIS WEEK – ICYMI
Global Engagement: Current Affairs News Review
Global Dialogue: International Speakers Series
Coming Next Week
Tuesday, April 28th
Global Engagement: Current Affairs News Review with Amb Dick Bowers and LCDR Pat Ryan | Register Here
Global Nashville with Karl Dean”: A Conversation with Nashville Predators President and CEO Sean Henry | Register Here
ICYMI – Last Week
Global Engagement: Current Affairs News Review with Amb Dick Bowers and LCDR Pat Ryan | April 14 | Link Here
Global Nashville with Karl Dean”: A Conversation with Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce President Ralph Schulz | April 14 | Link Here
We welcome your feedback on our new digital program offerings.
We also ask for you to contribute to pay for the costs of these programs that serve to keep you informed about the world. [Link Here]
The mission of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Tennessee World Affairs Council is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare Tennesseans to thrive in our increasingly complex and connected world.
A well-informed community that thinks critically about the world and the impact of global events.
The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a 5o1c3 tax exempt organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of IRS regulations.
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