Cultural Diplomacy, National Security, and Global Risks
Posted: 16 May 2012 08:17 AM   [ Ignore ]
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The International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the USA 2012 – “Cultural Diplomacy, National Security, and Global Risks”

Location: Washington D.C., U.S.A

Dates: June 26th-28th, 2012

Symposium Agenda
The International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the USA 2012 will focus on the role of cultural diplomacy in reducing global risks and increasing national security. The symposium will analyze and explore the opportunity of reducing global risks and increasing national security by adapting cultural diplomacy practices into both national and foreign policy strategies.

Symposium Speakers
The program will consist of lectures, debates and panel discussions that will feature leading figures and experts from international politics, academia, diplomacy, civil society and the private sector from across the world. 

A Selection of Speakers for Symposia include:
The Hon. Dr. Ali Ahmad Jalali
Former Interior Minister of Afghanistan
The Hon. Dr. Alfredo Palacio
Former President, Republic of Ecuador (2005 - 2007)
Amb. Andras Simonyi
Director, Center for Transatlantic Studies, Johns Hopkins University
Martha J. Kanter
Under Secretary of Education, US Department of Education
The Hon. Michael Chertoff
Former Secretary of Home Land Security
The Hon. Dr. Nazar Al Baharna
Former Foreign Minister of Bahrain
The Hon. Peter Van Loan
Leader of the Canadian Government in the House of Commons; Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada
Senator Slade Gorton
US Senator, 14th Attorney General of Washington (tbc)
Minister Stockwell Day
Former Leader of the Canadian Alliance, Former Minister of International Trade of Canada
The Hon. Vicente Fox
Former President of Mexico

Participants

Participants will include young professionals, students and academics, representatives from politics, diplomats, practitioners from the civil society and the private sector, Media representatives and other individuals with an active interest in the Program’s themes

Participation Cost
In order to provide access to this program to as many individuals as possible, and thanks to the sponsorship and the institutional support of the ICD, we are able to offer the participation in the program for a subsidized participation cost of $275; If offered a place in the program, applicants are then required to transfer the participation cost of $275 to secure their place. 

Since the participation cost is already subsidized and due to the considerable costs involved in developing and executing the program, no scholarships or further financial support for participants is available.

For more information please visit: icd-international-symposium-usa (dot) org

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