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Below you will find a sampling of resources related to Philadelphia's global character and other international matters--background on civic initiatives, research findings, policy documents, and publications--as well as links to relevant sites.

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A how-to manual describing the method of posting content to our website. It is easy and we encourage our members and users to use our website as a publicity tool whenever they would like!
The French-American Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Greater Philadelphia's International Chambers of Commerce British-American Business Council, Chilean & American Chamber of Commerce, German-American Chamber of Commerce, Irish-American Business Council & Network, Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce, presents A Global Economic Update and International Business Networking Reception featuring Ryan Wang, US Economist for HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is the largest city in Pennsylvania and the fifth-most-populous city in the United States. Philadelphia is known for it's enthusiasm in sports, a great arts scene, so many different types of cuisine to choose from, unique architecture, and so much more. 
Loraine Ballard Morrill interviews Zabeth Teelucksingh Executive Director Global Philadelphia. The Global Philadelphia Association was founded in 2010 by nine of the leading international organizations in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Read what our members have to say about participating in our GlobalPhilly15 expo! To presenters, GlobalPhilly15 is a unique opportunity to showcase he region as a global place to live, work, and do business through its international and multicultural talents and resources. To the citizens of Philadelphia, GlobalPhilly15 is a way of celebrating the city’s rich cultural fabric of cuisine, sport, and the arts; as well as benefiting from a diverse array of international opportunities within academia and business.  
Our Annual CRY Walk for Child Rights event will bring hundreds of individuals together with the belief that 'Change is possible, because we will make it possible'. The event provides a platform for people of all ages to come together and join the child rights movement. Reminisce your childhood and Give Wings to Children's Dreams!
SEARAC is a national organization that advances the interests of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans by empowering communities through advocacy, leadership development, and capacity building to create a socially just and equitable society. We envision a socially, politically and economically just society for all communities to enjoy for all generations.
Join the Middle East Center for a half-day K-12 teacher training on Turkey presented by Julie Lenard and Labaron Palmer.
Cyberattacks have become an accepted fact of life, but identity theft and credit card fraud should not be our security priorities. Hackers are already targeting our nation’s transportation, communications, and power systems, and a major hit to any of these could be as devastating to our infrastructure as a nuclear bomb.
Paint Party in the rear patio of Dahlak Paradise Ethiopian Restaurant & Bar. Sign-up includes happy hour drink specials, 20% off your meal, acrylic paints, step by step instructions from two professional artists, and a 12" canvas for you to take home.
Yoruba Richen’s award-winning documentary explores the story of how the African-American community is grappling with gay rights in light of the recent gay marriage movement and the fight over civil rights.
Join Macy’s at the African American Museum in Philadelphia for a day of family-friendly explorations of the art, history and culture of people from the African Diaspora!
The Siddis of Karnataka, India are the descendants of both early African immigrants to South Asia and enslaved Africans brought to Goa on India’s west coast by the Portuguese beginning in the 16th century.
Africans in India: From Slaves to Generals ad Rulers highlights and accomplishments of some of the Sidis of yesterday. This new exhibition inscribes their fascinating story in the richly diverse history of the global African Diaspora.
Plan-ta-shun is an installation by contemporary artist Colin Quashie that  uses the language and imagery of marketing and mass media to lampoon racist historical norms and challenge contemporary racial and social constructs.