AID Summer Conferences

Americans for Informed Democracy (AID) has just announced their nation-wide list of Summer 2006 conferences. Most conferences are on the East coast, but also Lawrence, KS (June 17th) and (I’m especially excited about this) Omaha, NE (August 12th) are included! The key topics for each conference are varied, but all directed towards discussing serious global issues (e.g. world poverty and global warming) concerning the “U.S.’s role in the World” on such issues. These conferences are incredibly worthwhile and designed especially for young globalist leaders (high school, college and beyond).

AID is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that works on more than 500 university campuses in the United States and in more than ten countries to bring the world home to the next generation of leaders. While studying abroad in the Fall of 2004, I attended a “Bringing the World Home” conference in Berlin and would then go on to start the AID Omaha chapter upon my return. Under new leadership, the Omaha chapter has really taken off in the community and been an exceptional success! If you are at all concerned with international relations I would highly encourage you to attend the nearest conference you can!!

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