48th Annual Festival of Nations
October 20th, Noon-5pm
Empire State Plaza Convention Center
Procurement for Infrastructure Projects
Lithuania October 30th –November 2nd
Adult WorldQuest Trivia Event
Thursday November 14th
Russell Sage College of Troy
Bush Memorial Hall
50 1st Street, Troy NY
Open World: Armenia
November 15th- 21st
SAVE THE DATE in '19
48th Annual Festival of Nations
The International Center
Welcoming the World to New York's Capital Region
The International Center, based in New York’s Capital of Albany, helps the Capital Region engage with the world and promote international understanding.
We serve an area that extends north to Plattsburgh, south to Westchester County, east to the borders of Vermont and Massachusetts and west to Syracuse. The International Center does this by:
- Serving as citizen diplomats by hosting international visitors and delegations, and promoting professional and cultural exchanges.
- Fostering education, awareness and advocacy about cultural diversity and global issues.
- Promoting the assets of the New York Capital Region to the global community.
- Offering shared services for international groups in the Capital Region.
The International Center of the Capital Region was chosen by the U.S. Department of State to create the American experience for more than 200 emerging opinion-shapers from around the globe this past year.
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MEET THE AUTHOR - Free Event
Hope M. Harrison - After the Berlin Wall: Memory and Making of the New Germany, 1989 to the present
On Friday October 11th from 12:30-2:30pm at the Albany Capital Center the International Center of the Capital Region in partnership with Wunderbar Together, World Affairs Council's of America and the American Council on Germany is hosting a free author luncheon and book signing. Albany native, author and George Washington University Professor Hope M. Harrison will be speaking about her forthcoming book After the Berlin Wall: Memory and the Making of the New Germany, 1989 to the Present, speaking about the history and meaning of the controversial Berlin Wall. As well as answering questions and doing book signings. Come take part in the Wunderbar Together series that is featuring experts, diplomats, and leaders on the Germany and transatlantic relations across the US.
Looking for Host Families for Armenia Parliamentary Delegation!
This November the ICCR is hosting our final Open World delegation of the 2019 year by welcoming a group of 7 parliamentary advisors and members who are visiting the Albany Capital Region from November 15th-21st. While in Albany the group will gain insight into the workings of our federal, state and local governments, as well as the role the press, businesses groups and citizen organizations have in a democracy! For this project, we are looking for hosts who would be interested in opening up their home and bringing the culture and knowledge of Armenia to their living room. The ICCR provides transportation, and most meals during their stay, we are looking for folks looking to show our guests the United States and American culture from the inside out.
Contact Ryan Moll at (518) 708-7608 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
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