Great Decisions Discussion Program
March 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Every year, more and more people seek to educate themselves on what it means to be a global citizen. If you are curious, have passionate opinions about politics, social and cultural norms, historical precedents and national and foreign policy, this in-depth discussion group is for you. The Great Decisions Discussion Program, created by the Foreign Policy Association of America in 1954, is America’s largest grassroots discussion program that focuses on world affairs. The program provides background information and policy options for the eight most critical issues facing America each year.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Ashland Public Library and Ashland Senior Center. Before each meeting participants are asked to read an article from the Great Decisions briefing book, then meet as a group where they will watch a DVD of interviews and information relating to the article, and follow up with a thoughtful and engaging discussion. This group is open to ALL ages.
This year’s topics and dates are:
March 11th Global Migration
April 8th Middle East
May 13th Nuclear Negotiations
June 10th Nationalism in Europe
July 8th Trade with China
August 12th Cyber Conflict
September 9th U.S. and Mexico
October 7th State of Diplomacy (Due to holiday’s GD will be held the 1st Monday in October)
For more information please contact Kim Kotob at 508-532-7955 or at email@example.com