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The World Affairs Councils of America serves nearly 100 Member Councils in 43 states.

Our newest members, the Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs and the World Affairs Council of New Jersey, joined WACA in 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

February 2020

The World Affairs Council of Charleston (WACC, formerly the Charleston Foreign Affairs Forum) was founded in the early 1980's as a non-profit, nonpartisan organization. The WACC mission is to educate and engage the wider Charleston community through timely non-partisan activities on world affairs and international relations. The WACC membership, representing a cross-section of individuals from business, education, and civic backgrounds, seeks to inform and engage participants of all ages. Through thought-provoking presentations and discussions, participants are challenged to foster their understanding of the world. The WACC is a member of the World Affairs Councils of America.

The WACC hosts six speaking events each year. The events feature distinguished presenters from the U.S. and foreign governments, academic organizations and the business community. The speakers present timely lectures on international events affecting our lives. A lively question and answer period follows the presentations. For information on membership and attendance, go to our membership page.

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