Field trips to destinations of geographical importance, conferences at focal points of world history, forums about issues with substance and relevant participants are the signature of our event calendar.
At the beginning of November 2016, in the final rally of the US presidential campaign, delegates of Global Bridges arrive in Bowling Green, Ohio, 82 miles southwest of Detroit and 180 miles north of Cincinnati. Why would one choose such a remote location? It is right here, in the swing state of Ohio, where no presidential nominee who later became president, has lost since 1964. Since 1896, Ohio has picked the loser only twice.
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Before the delegation from Global Bridges met in the “Swing State” Ohio for a final observation of the US Presidential Campaign, a small group of them led by Dr. Beate Lindemann paid a visit to New Orleans, in the American South.
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The resolution of the German Bundestag on the Armenian Genocide has put the small, but historically significant Caucasian state back into the center of current political debate. In the midst of this debate, we visit a country trying to come to terms with its history and to become a modern, prosperous national economy. Standing in the way are the Diaspora, the continuing Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, and overwhelmingly powerful neighboring states, all of which influence Armenian living conditions. How can the geopolitical placement and rich resources of the country be used to create a prosperous society and a stable democracy? Young Leaders from eighteen countries discuss ways to lead Armenians to free elections, to fight corruption, and to help the country rise out of poverty and to shift its focus to the future.
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II. Study Trip to Berlin, August 2017
Program first half of 2017
V Study Trip to Israel and the West Bank, April 2017
II Walther Leisler Kiep Symposium in Berlin, June 20-21, 2017
XVI European-American Young Leaders Conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, June 2017
IX Young Leaders Alumni Conference in Gdansk, Poland, July 2017
VI German-Chinese Young Leaders Conference, August 2017
XXXI Berlin Global Forum, March 2017
At the invitiation of H.E. The Armenian Ambassador to Germany Mr. Ashot Smbatyan
IX Frankfurt Global Forum, February 2017
Guest speaker: Dr. Changfeng Tu, laywer and partner at Hengeler Mueller (Frankfurt and Shanghai), on "Chinese Investment in Germany"
XXVIII Berlin Global Forum, February 2017
New Years Dinner at the invitation of H.E. The Chinese Ambassador to Germany Mr. Shi Mingde
VII New York Global Forum on December 15th, 2016
Guest speaker Dr. Angela Stent on “U.S.-Russian Relations in the Next Administration: Is Another Reset Possible or Desirable?”
XXVII Berlin Global Forum on December 8th, 2016
Traditional Goose Dinner with guest speaker The Right Honorable Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones DCMG on "Brexit - Journey into the unknown"