Swiss Touch@The Center: Building Sustainable Cities

The Consulate General of Switzerland in partnership with the Center for Civil and Human Rights is organizing an interactive program on sustainability in urban spaces on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at the Center. Representatives of the cities of Atlanta and Geneva will discuss ways of how to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable according […]

Refuge Coffee Co. to Sweet Auburn

Constellations 135 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA, United States

On November 20th, from 12:30-2:30pm, Gene Kansas | Commercial Real Estate, Constellations, and Proper will host the Refuge Coffee Co. "Welcoming Party" at Constellations. This event is an opportunity for members of the Sweet Auburn community and the city of Atlanta at large to meet the leaders of Refuge Coffee Co. in person, as well as members of their […]

Rescue and Refuge: The Holocaust in Denmark

Byers Theatre 1 Galambos Way, Sandy Springs, GA, United States

Annual Holocaust Remembrance Event: In Commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Am Yisrael Chai presents a powerful and unforgettable event: Rescue and Refuge: The Holocaust in Denmark Rabbi Bent Melchior – Keynote Holocaust Survivor speaker; Former Chief Rabbi of Denmark Rabbi Bent Melchior was born in Germany in 1929. When Hitler came into power in […]

From Sit-ins to Hashtags, The Evolution of Civil Rights

National Center for Civil and Human Rights 100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA, United States

The Civil Rights movement in the United States ignited a flame that was felt globally during the 1960s. Dozens of activists, such as Coretta Scott King and Ambassador Andrew Young, fought and ultimately shaped the culture of every American, laying the foundation for a global shift in politics, human rights, and economic development. The birthplace of the movement was […]

South Metro Development Outlook Conference (SMDO)

Georgia International Convention Center 2000 Convention Center Concourse, College Park, GA, United States

South Metro Development Outlook (SMDO) Conference, the largest event of its kind in metro Atlanta, highlights continued economic development, planning, infrastructure, transportation, and related issues facing Clayton, Coweta, Douglas, Fayette, Henry, and South Fulton Counties, as well as the City of Atlanta's thriving international community. Now in its 18th year, SMDO’s theme is “Vision 2020.” […]

The Business of Peace: Leveraging Atlanta’s Global Business Culture and the French Connection

The Distinguished and Honorable Ambassador Andrew Young and historian and native Atlantan Rodney Mims Cook Jr. will introduce the Rodney Cook Sr. Peace Park in Downtown Atlanta. Joined by the Honorable French Ambassador to the US, Philippe Etienne, the panelists will describe the French connection, the Peace Park, the impressive scope of the project, and […]

Behind the Camera: The Strange Fate of Moscow’s Avant-Garde Architecture

PAIS, Psychology Building at Emory 36 Eagle Row, Atlanta, GA, United States

William Brumfield, Professor of Slavic Studies and Sizeler Professor of Jewish Studies, Tulane University will present a lecture titled "Behind the Camera: The Strange Fate of Moscow's Avant-Garde Architecture." This event is sponsored by Emory Art History, Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies, and the Hightower Fund. Recommended parking: Peavine Parking Deck, Oxford Road Parking […]

Future of Talent

The Classic Center 300 N Thomas Street, Athens, GA, United States

At the start of 2019, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce launched ‘New Georgia Economy,’ a strategic plan and regional tour designed to help this state better prepare for emerging economic changes. Since the launch, they have traveled the state working effortlessly to provide entrepreneurs, small business owners, and local communities with the tools needed to […]

Jerusalem in the Context of the Conflict

J Street will be hosting a special Zoom discussion on “Jerusalem in the context of the conflict” with Amos Gil,  J Street Capital South Regional  Director, introduced by Rabbi Mario Karpuj, of Congregation Or Hadash, Atlanta. Amos will be presenting a virtual study tour of Jerusalem, focusing on how the on the ground situation in the city impacts […]

Central America Virtual Conference

The U.S. government through the Deal Team Western Hemisphere and the America Crece initiative presents U.S. firms with the unique opportunity to meet with key decision makers for comprehensive discussions on the ICT landscape for Central America. In preparation for new global industry trends and technologies, the economic impact on emerging markets, current infrastructure and […]

Sweden Day 2020

Magnolia Hall - Piedmont Park 1320 Monroe Drive NE, Atlanta, GA, United States

More info coming soon!

International Expansion in London and Atlanta


Are you considering expanding your business to either London or Atlanta? Join this event to hear best practice tips from tech leaders. About this Event London and Atlanta are both global tech hubs with shared strengths across a range of sectors including AI, cybersecurity, FinTech, and eSports. Even in lockdown, the business links between the […]

International Business Webinar Series: Global Cities Initiative


Featuring: David A. Balos, Chase Jorge Fernandez, Pendleton Group Atlanta Marek Gootman, Brookings Institute Moderated by: Jacobus F. Boers, Georgia State University ABOUT THE GLOBAL CITIES INITIATIVE www.brookings.edu Launched in 2011, the Global Cities Initiative (GCI), a joint project of Brookings and JPMorgan Chase, aimed to strengthen the international economic connections and competitiveness of city-regions […]

Belfast – Atlanta Connect

Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Atlanta, Georgia, USA have a lot in common regarding their respective dominance in CyberSecurity and Healthcare Technology growth industries. You have a chance to explore and understand the relative business dynamics of the two regions, learning a little bit about each economy, the world-class research, and academic institutes, and you will […]

The Fall of Rome in Today’s Context

The Fall of Rome in Today's Context Join the National Monuments Foundation at 6:00 PM on December 7th at the Millennium Gate Museum for a lecture on how Rome's decline can be interpreted in the modern day United States of America with National Monuments Foundation friend Darius Arya. Rooftop wine and cheese reception to follow. […]

Clarkston Summit

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The 2022 Clarkston Summit will host over 250 participants, including Clarkston residents, community organizations, and community leaders. The purpose of this event is to talk about shared interests, goals, needs, and concerns, and to develop concrete plans to address them. The afternoon will be devoted to building solutions, establishing partnerships, and planning a way forward […]