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Start a CouncilThe World Affairs Councils of America serves nearly 100 Member Councils in 41 states, plus the District of Columbia. Our newest member, Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs, joined WACA just this year (2019).

There are three paths to membership in the WACA national network:

  • Establishing a new World Affairs Council
  • Applying as an existing 501(c)(3) organization to become a Council
  • Joining our network as an affiliate member organization

Please review our WACA Member Council Benefits and How to Start a World Affairs Council documents. You may contact us any time at the WACA national office to learn more.

Council of the Month

May 2019

Founded in 1969, the World Affairs Council of Greater Hampton Roads is one of nearly 100 chapters of the World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) dedicated to promoting an understanding of global issues through education and public discussion, believing that a well-informed public is essential for the conduct of foreign policy to a democracy. Based on this belief, the attendance of high school students and full-time college students is subsidized at the majority of Council programs.  Our mission is to educate our community to become well-informed and engaged citizens about critical international issues as they affect the world, nation, and the local region and thus prepare Hampton Roads citizens to thrive in an increasingly complex and challenging world.  

WAC Greater Hampton Road's goals are: to bring world leaders to the Hampton Roads region to facilitate both a public awareness and discussion of key international issues as well as to raise the profile of Hampton Roads among national and international policy makers; to provide reasonably priced, quality educational programming and events to the public, including discounted and free events for students, active-duty military, and educators; and to expand our strong outreach program to high school, college students, and educators in order to engage them in international topics and develop their interests and involvement in world affairs.

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