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Social Issues Delegation from Ukraine
May 15, 2014
New Orleans, LA: Surgeons and Physicals for Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) and Rural Trauma Team Development Course (RTTDC)
Social Issues: Open World will invite mixed delegations of legislators, executive branch and NGO officials, and other community leaders to the United States to see how their counterparts here work to address social services delivery and funding issues. Programs should enable delegates to learn on-site about the operations, structure, and funding of leading public and private social service agencies; job-shadow their professional counterparts; meet with legislators and legislative staff to discuss social services issues, legislation, and funding; and meet with NGO leaders who work with or advocate for special populations (e.g., disabled, elderly, or economically disadvantaged citizens; adoptive families and children in the foster care system; abused, neglected, or abandoned children; victims of domestic violence; substance abusers; and those with life-threatening diseases and conditions).
Accountable Governance Delegation from Turkmenistan
May 14, 2014
Albuquerque, NM: Event Management
St. Louis, MO: Sports Rehabilitation for Disabled Youth
Sante Fe, NM: Young Handicraft Entrepreneurs
San Diego, CA: Migrant Issues
Chicago, IL: Civic Rule of Law - Juvenile Justice
Los Angeles, CA
Accountable Governance: Local programs on accountable governance emphasize the legislative process, administrative capacity-building, transparency, service delivery, financing of government services, media relations, community development, and environmental management.
Accountable Governance Delegation from Moldova
May 5, 2014
Raleigh, NC: Members of Parliment
Accountable Governance: Local programs on accountable governance emphasize the legislative process, administrative capacity-building, transparency, service delivery, financing of government services, media relations, community development, and environmental management.
Civic Delegation from Serbia
April 30, 2014
Raleigh, NC: Agriculture Policy - Food and Safety
Syracuse, NY: Small/Medium Enterprise Development
Denver, CO: Developing Tools to Attract Foreign Direct Investment
Akron, OH: Developing Serbian Grant-Making Foundations
Columbia, TN: Higher Education and Youth Employment
Longwood, FL: Local Governance and the Education System
Chicago, IL: Teaching Tech the Delivers Jobs
Seattle, WA: Connecting Universities and Small/Medium Buisness
Accountable Governance: Local programs on accountable governance emphasize the legislative process, administrative capacity-building, transparency, service delivery, financing of government services, media relations, community development, and environmental management.
Grantee Nominated Delegation from Russia
March 26, 2014
St. Louis, MO
Accountable Governance: Local programs on accountable governance emphasize the legislative process, administrative capacity-building, transparency, service delivery, financing of government services, media relations, community development, and environmental management.
Social Issues Delegation from Russia
March 25, 2014
Omaha, NE: Nelson Fellows (Medical Researchers)
Social Issues: Open World will invite mixed delegations of legislators, executive branch and NGO officials, and other community leaders to the United States to see how their counterparts here work to address social services delivery and funding issues. Programs should enable delegates to learn on-site about the operations, structure, and funding of leading public and private social service agencies; job-shadow their professional counterparts; meet with legislators and legislative staff to discuss social services issues, legislation, and funding; and meet with NGO leaders who work with or advocate for special populations (e.g., disabled, elderly, or economically disadvantaged citizens; adoptive families and children in the foster care system; abused, neglected, or abandoned children; victims of domestic violence; substance abusers; and those with life-threatening diseases and conditions).
Nelson Fellows Delegation from Russia (Medical Researchers)
March 25, 2014
Omaha, NE
Social Issues: Open World will invite mixed delegations of legislators, executive branch and NGO officials, and other community leaders to the United States to see how their counterparts here work to address social services delivery and funding issues. Programs should enable delegates to learn on-site about the operations, structure, and funding of leading public and private social service agencies; job-shadow their professional counterparts; meet with legislators and legislative staff to discuss social services issues, legislation, and funding; and meet with NGO leaders who work with or advocate for special populations (e.g., disabled, elderly, or economically disadvantaged citizens; adoptive families and children in the foster care system; abused, neglected, or abandoned children; victims of domestic violence; substance abusers; and those with life-threatening diseases and conditions).
Civic Delegation from the Ukraine
March 19, 2014
Jackson, MS: Role of Legislatures
Pheonix, AZ: Role of Legislatures
Lincoln, NE: Role of Legislatures
Middletown, NY: Agriculture
Omaha, NE: Civic Rule of Law
Springfield, IL: Role of Legislatures
Modesto/Sacramento, CA: Civic Rule of Law
Jenkintown, PA: NGO Development - Telemedicine
Rochester, NY: NGO Development - Telemedicine
Jackson, MS; Pheonix, AZ; Lincoln, NE; Middletown, NY: Accountable Governance – Role of Legislatures: Programming for the legislator delegations allows the delegates to meet with their American counterparts; attend committee meetings and legislative sessions; and learn how their counterparts interact with relevant executive agencies, advocacy groups, and constituents. Programming for the “mixed” delegations of legislators, legislative staff, and legislative administrators focuses on the operations of a legislature, on how legislatures receive independent information and analysis to support decision-making, and on constituent services. Omaha, NE; Springfield, IL; Modesto/Sacramento, CA: Civic Rule of Law: Programs aimed at legal professionals in the fields of legal education, juvenile justice, and legal advocacy for underserved populations should provide delegates with the opportunity to see how these issues are dealt with in the United States at the national level and enable the delegates to explore these issues in-depth with their American counterparts at the local level. Jenkintown, PA; Rochester, NY: Social Issues: Open World will invite mixed delegations of legislators, executive branch and NGO officials, and other community leaders to the United States to see how their counterparts here work to address social services delivery and funding issues. Programs should enable delegates to learn on-site about the operations, structure, and funding of leading public and private social service agencies; job-shadow their professional counterparts; meet with legislators and legislative staff to discuss social services issues, legislation, and funding; and meet with NGO leaders who work with or advocate for special populations (e.g., disabled, elderly, or economically disadvantaged citizens; adoptive families and children in the foster care system; abused, neglected, or abandoned children; victims of domestic violence; substance abusers; and those with life-threatening diseases and conditions).
Women as Leaders Russian Delegation
March 6, 2014
Parker, CO: Women as Leaders
Reno, NV: Women as Leaders
Kingman, AZ: Women as Leaders
Wichita, KS: Women as Leaders - Equipping Rising Leaders with Tools for Success
Boulder, CO: Women as Leaders - Women Entrepreneurs
Kansas City, MO: Women as Leaders - Women in Politics
Miami, FL: Women as Leaders
Delegations attending are from: Parker, CO: Russia Reno, NV: Russia Kingman, AZ: Russia Wichita, KS: Serbia Boulder, CO: Tajikistan Kansas City, MO: Ukraine Miami, FL: Kirghistan Accountable Governance – Role of Legislatures: Programming for the legislator delegations allows the delegates to meet with their American counterparts; attend committee meetings and legislative sessions; and learn how their counterparts interact with relevant executive agencies, advocacy groups, and constituents. Programming for the “mixed” delegations of legislators, legislative staff, and legislative administrators focuses on the operations of a legislature, on how legislatures receive independent information and analysis to support decision-making, and on constituent services.
Women as Leaders Delegation from Armenia
March 6, 2014
Cambridge, MA: Women as Leaders - Women in Politics
Accountable Governance – Role of Legislatures: Programming for the legislator delegations allows the delegates to meet with their American counterparts; attend committee meetings and legislative sessions; and learn how their counterparts interact with relevant executive agencies, advocacy groups, and constituents. Programming for the “mixed” delegations of legislators, legislative staff, and legislative administrators focuses on the operations of a legislature, on how legislatures receive independent information and analysis to support decision-making, and on constituent services.

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