Distinguished speaker series
The Future of EU-US Relations

May 20th Distinguished Speaker Dinner — An analysis of transatlantic economic and political issues dividing and unifying the EU and the US.

Great Decisions
Syrian refugee crisis (Great Decisions)

Syrians have for a century welcomed over a million refugees from Armenia, Palestine, Iraq and other countries around the region. Now, thanks to a multiyear civil war, they are on track to become the source of the world’s largest refugee population in a matter of months

Academic WorldQuest
An invitation for you to send a team to Academic WorldQuest

Hey High School Teachers! The Indiana Council on World Affairs invites your school to send a team to Academic WorldQuest 2015. It's a global knowledge competition for High School Students ... And you can win an almost-all expenses paid trip for your team to Washington DC!

Adventures in dining
Adventures in International Dining — Go Greek

October 27th — Adventures in International Dining visits Hellas Cafe, one of Indy's oldest and best loved Greek restaurants. Be prepared to see some flaming food, learn how to pronounce "gyros," and learn more about Greece.

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January 21 — Fran Quigley on human rights in Haiti

Fran Quigley's important new book, How Human Rights Can Build Haiti: Activists, Lawyers, and the Grassroots Campaign, redefines our way of thinking of how Indiana can be part of solutions to global problems, and how working to solve those problems can make a better life for people in Indiana.

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Great Decisions pre-events
Engage in efforts to combat human trafficking

Join a wide range of groups working to end human trafficking as you explore the human costs of slavery in the 21st century — and the benefits that we derive from millions of people who work and are exploited without their consent.

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The Simmons Review
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