Tito Jackson: “Walking the Talk” Discussion
Southern New Hampshire University, October 19, 2018Check back soon for information about this event, first in a series of Global Citizens Circle discussions featuring leaders working for positive change.
Toward a Greener Attica: Preserving the Planet and Protecting its People
The Saronic Islands, Greece, June 5 to 8, 2018This international ecological symposium convened theologians and scientists, political and business leaders, as well as activists and journalists from all over the world. Theo Spanos Dunfey, Global Citizens Circle Executive Director, moderated the concluding panel on “Leadership & Transformation.” Learn more
Monica McWilliams: Peace Building in Northern Ireland, Colombia, Syria, and Myanmar
New Castle, New Hampshire, May 2, 2018Check back soon for information about this event.
John Hume: His Vision and Legacy for Ireland
Boston College, April 28, 2018Check back soon for information about this event. Learn more
Hala Aldosari: Social Media, Solidarity and Safety
Southern New Hampshire University, April 13, 2018Check back soon for information about this event. View a brief video. Read Hala Aldosari’s op-ed in The New York Times, June 22, 2018 Saudi Women Can Drive Now. Will That Hurt Saudi Women?
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I’m really happy to be in a Global Citizens Circle because that really embodies the idea of activism…to bring people together, to voice the issues and to mobilize concern.