The Diplomacy Begins Here Regional Summits bring together leaders in business, government, and nonprofit organizations to forge new connections with local communities around exchange programming and issues. They also serve as an opportunity for local communities to deepen their understanding of U.S. foreign policy, public diplomacy [JB emphasis], and how exchange programs such as the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) play a role in each.Hosted in partnership with the U.S. Department of State and Global Ties U.S. Community-Based Members, the summits take place several times each year in various cities across the country. Each summit involves a day full of sessions, keynotes, and other activities to promote awareness and support of international exchange programs.Anyone is welcome to attend a Diplomacy Begins Regional Summit, including students, staff of nonprofit organizations, and the general public. Registration fees will vary based on affiliation.2019 S..
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Full-timeSalary: $57,000.00 to $64,000.00 /yearThe European Union Delegation to the United States of America is looking for:Outreach Assistant to the Press and Public Diplomacy SectionWe areThe European Union (EU) is an economic and political partnership between 28 European countries. It plays an important role in international affairs through diplomacy, trade, development aid and working with global organisations. Abroad, the EU is represented through more than 140 diplomatic representations, known also as EU Delegations, which have a similar function to those of an embassy.The EU Delegation to the United States of America in Washington DC works in close coordination with the Embassies and Consulates of the 28 EU Member States. We are a full-fledged diplomatic mission and represent the European Union in dealings with the U.S. government in areas that are part of the EU’s remit.We offerWe offer a post of Outreach Assistant to the Press and Publi..
Donald M. Bishop, publicdiplomacycouncil.org, February 26, 2019
“Metrics,” “data,” “evaluation,” and “results, not outputs” have proven to be real challenges for Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] and strategic communication. So has demonstrating that a program, activity, or campaign “moves the needle.” Yesteryear Foreign Service Officers at U.S. Information Service posts religiously tallied “placements.” From time to time, USIA’s research office commissioned surveys. At the dawn of the social media era, counting “hits,” “page views,” followers, “likes,” and “friends” had its day. Now, “big data” seems full of promise.Once upon a time, however, the tools of measurement were a ruler, a pencil, and a notebook. Reading an account of those pioneer days may give a brief respite from current headaches. Everyone needs an occasional chuckle.In the 1970s, Foreign Service Journal ran a series of articles, “Tales of the Foreign Service,” later gathered in a book. Copies of the volume are treasured fo..
Applications Invited for U.S. Mission India Public Diplomacy Grants ProgramOrganization: U.S. EmbassyApply By: 23 May 2019
Grant Amount: 20000 USD
Grant title: Applications for U.S. Mission India Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis] Grants Program
Deadline: 23rd June 2019
For the purposes of determining if an award is submitted on time, we will utilize the time-stamp provided by Grants.gov. This deadline is firm and is not a rolling deadline. If organizations fail to meet the deadline noted above their application will be considered ineligible and will not be considered for funding.
Background: The U.S. Embassy New Delhi believes that investing in the skills development of Indian youth leaders not only helps to strengthen the talent pool within the country to address pressing socio-economic issues but also builds effective future partners for endeavors advancing U.S./India strategic interests. In order to be maximally effective thought leaders, change-makers, and partners to the U..
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