July 27 ~ 29      Parliamentary Group ~ Great Britain






A group of 4 Members of Parliament from Great Britain will be coming to Boston to learn about American government and energy security policies. The delegates will spend time on Beacon Hill at the State House and will meet with a range of public officials.

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Upcoming Events


July 24                 WB2030 Young Professionals
  Network Mixer


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Join your fellow young professionals and WB2030 counterparts at the first of two happy hours this summer! Members of WorldBoston's WB2030 Network will get together for drinks, free appetizers, and conversation. Attendees will get a look at the upcoming International Trivia Night in September, including a sneak peek at some actual questions!

Recent Events


July 16                 Special Panel Discussion:

                              NGOs in Today's Russia




In a climate inevitably influenced by Russia's changing domestic policies and international activity, Russian nongovernmental organizations are navigating a shifting environment while continuing to deliver critical services. Active in Russia since 1990, United Way has a unique history and perspective on the country's civil society sector.  This roundtable session featured an active Russian nonprofit professional and a Russia scholar and former Moscow finance executive, both of whom have extensive experience in Russia's civil, commercial, and public sectors.


June 25              CHAT & CHOWDER Author Series:

                            How the World Stopped   
                            Another Great Depression



In The System Worked, renowned international relations expert Daniel Drezner contends that despite the massive scale and reverberations of the Great Recession, the global economy has bounced back remarkably well. Bucking conventional wisdom, Drezner rehabilitates the image of the much-maligned global economic governance institutions and demolishes some of the most dangerous myths about the financial crisis. While the global economy is still fragile, Drezner argues that these institutions survived the "stress test," and may have become even more resilient and valuable in the process.


May 15                 Nuclear Nightmares




There is a high risk that someone will use, by accident or design, one or more of the 17,000 nuclear weapons in the world today, yet hope remains: more countries have abandoned nuclear weapon programs than have developed them, and global arsenals are just one-quarter of what they were during the Cold War. Can these trends continue, or are we on the brink of a new arms race -- or worse, nuclear war? Author Joseph Cirincione, President of Ploughshares Fund, operates at the center of debates on nuclear terrorism, new nuclear nations, and the risks of existing arsenals.



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  June 12 ~ 14      Energy Security


Regional Project



A group of six representatives from Latin America came to the U.S. to examine the current state of energy supplies, production and demand, as well as the challenges in meeting present and future energy needs in the Western Hemisphere.

   June 15 ~ 19
     Sustainable Cities






This group of five visitors traveled to Boston as part of their cultural exchange to explore green building regulations on new and existing buildings, and how they affect the private sector.

  June 22 ~ 25       American Cultural Centers





Two representatives from the Isa Cultural Center
, one of the most prominent cultural centers of Bahrain, visited Boston to understand the role of libraries as cultural and community centers through program development and community outreach.

July 23 ~ 26      Youth Employment and Service



The Bahamas


A group from the Bahamas will travel to Boston to learn about employment, internship, and community service programs for young adults.

  July 30 ~ Aug. 2     Community Alliance Building





A group of five trade union leaders from Ukraine will be visiting Boston to learn about the role of organized labor and trade unions in the United States, and how American unions engage with companies, communities, and the government. Visitors will meet with local union chapters, public officials, business leaders, and community organizers.





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