American Council on Germany (ACG)
March 15, 2019
The American Council on Germany (ACG) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that was founded in 1952 to strengthen German-American relations. Today, the ACG works across generations to provide a deeper, nuanced understanding about Germany, Europe, and the importance of the transatlantic partnership. Through a range of programs and activities, the ACG addresses the most pressing economic, political, and social challenges of the day and aims to ensure mutual understanding between the two countries.
ACG is partnering with Wunderbar Together through a number of projects in the United States. Projects include lectures and town halls on topics ranging from German-Jewish relations to the natural sciences, high level exchanges with opinion leaders, entrepreneurs, and practitioners, and public policy forums with German decision-makers and policy experts.
Find more information or an event near you at: https://www.acgusa.org/deutschlandjahr/
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