Come dine with us at Tapas Papa Frita in Scottsdale!Transport yourself to Spain while meeting fellow AZCIV members at our first ethnic dinner event!
Minority Integration Web DialogueFormer Justice Minister of Slovenia and IVLP Gold Star Alumni Aleš Zalar and U.S. Federal Judge Susan Bolton will compare and contrast the problems associated with minority integration within their respective countries, and discuss potential solutions.
AZCIV Honored by Scottsdale Mayor Jim LaneScottsdale proclaims April 9th to be "Mayor's Day of Recognition to National Service".
Asian American Times article on AZCIV Fulbright ScholarsThe Asian American Times has published an article about the Fulbright Scholars that Barry Wong hosted out of a group of 130 that AZCIV welcomed to Arizona Feburary 15th.
Arizona Council for International Visitors (AZCIV): a World Affairs Council – has since 1964 been hosting visitors to Arizona in cooperation with the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) and the National Council for International Visitors (NCIV).
Based in Scottsdale and active across Arizona, AZCIV advocates citizen diplomacy: one handshake at a time, to build stronger economic, cultural and personal connections between Arizona and the world.
Our visitors have been identified by U.S. embassies around the world as influential leaders in their countries. Join us in this important international activity – and connect with leaders around the world. More info about membership here.
March 2013 Women in Action: Promoting Women’s Issues in the Political System Multi-Regional Interfaith Dialogue Russia Role of Legislators in the US Armenia English Language Education China April
Combating International Crime Turkmensitan May Trade and Finance South America