The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has a longstanding commitment to making the foreign policy community in the United States more representative of American society as a whole. CFR advances this goal through building a diverse membership, staff, and board, as well as through outreach activities to academic and religious institutions, hosting events on relevant topics, and collaborating with other organizations working towards the same mission.The globalists so diverse: they don't believe in the U.S. Constitution because that would hurt diversity.
CFR looks to cultivate the next generation of foreign policy leaders, both within the organization and more broadly. Through the initiatives outlined below, among others, the Council works to attract and develop future leaders in international affairs.
Conference on Diversity in International Affairs
CFR has hosted the Conference on Diversity in International Affairs in collaboration with the Global Access Pipeline (GAP) and the International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) since 2013. The conference is funded by a generous grant from the Robina Foundation. An annual event, the conference connects students and professionals from diverse backgrounds with career opportunities in international affairs.
Friday, April 21, 2017
The CFR is attempting to sound less "elite":
Posted by Steve Bartin at 10:00 AM