Expand your world view: World Affairs Council hosting 6 cultural programs in March

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World Affairs Council of NH Interim Executive Director Tim Horgan . Photo Laura Aronson

MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester residents can broaden their horizons with the free or low-cost public programs offered by Manchester-based World Affairs Council of NH. Program locations vary. Click the links below to register and ensure there is a seat for you. There are six programs in March:

Interim Executive Director Tim Horgan encourages people to join their e-newsletter list by completing the form on the website.

World Affairs Council also hosts 45 to 50 international visitor groups yearly on topics such as government, women’s rights, and judicial reform. These groups travel to Washington, D.C., and three other cities to meet their professional counterparts and other Americans.

In March, seven people from Belarus will come to New Hampshire to find out about how higher education in the state is leveraging technology to increase positive educational outcomes, and four people from Kyrgyzstan will visit to learn about healthcare in the state and the efforts of nonprofits to improve the systems and policies.

The organization, part of a national network of over 90 similar groups, informs communities on foreign policy and world affairs, enriches global education for teachers and students, and connects New Hampshire with international visitors. It is funded by Congress under the U.S. Department of State.

Members host international visitors, travel together, get involved in education programs, and support the group financially.

For more information on the above events or the organization, go to wacnh.org.