#SisterCitySunday

Join Us for #SisterCitySunday

We’re excited to announce that the Delegation of the European Union to the United States and Sister Cities International are teaming up to highlight the importance of people-to-people relationships in global peace-building with #SisterCitySunday, an online campaign starting on October 2, 2016.

Sewing Group Changes Lives of Young Women in Africa

Sewing Group Changes Lives of Young Women in Africa

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La Cañada’s representatives to the Youth Leadership Summit.

Diplomatic Relations

Blog contributed by Kiwanis International. Click here to view the original blog post on Medium.

Kiwanis and Sister Cities Send Six Teens on a Mission to Learn the Virtue of Global Understanding.

The host family together in Takamatsu

Ineffable Takamatsu

Blog contributed by Vanessa B. Nguyen, 2016 Student Ambassador, St. Petersburg, Florida. Click here to view the original blog post on Medium.

Which way to your hometown? Photo Credit: Prayitno

How Sister Cities are Strengthening Citizen Diplomacy

Bryan Yannantuono, Assistant Program Officer, Program Development, Cultural Vistas.

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This year marks a pivotal moment during which Sister Cities International is celebrating 60 years of peace through people. Get involved in this momentous year.
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As the world becomes smaller, and connections online become more frequent than face-to-face interactions, multicultural understanding at the community level is more important than ever. Sister Cities International enables citizen diplomats in communities across the world to develop relationships with communities in other countries that are based on cultural understanding and mutual cooperation.Donate