Events, Conferences & Workshops

Film and television play a critical role in shaping America's soft power abroad. The COVID-19 crisis has brought Hollywood to a standstill as productions are put on hold. What does a post-pandemic future look like for Hollywood, and what are the implications for America's soft power?

As the world’s fifth largest economy, California plays a consequential role in global economy, culture and society. On June 2nd Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis joined us for a conversation on California’s response to the COVID-19 challenges, its subnational leadership in international affairs, and vision for a re-imagined global dynamic where cities and states aren’t just coming to the table—they’re starting to fill it. This event was moderated by Christina Bellantoni, Director of the Annenberg Media Center and Professor of Professional Practice.

CPD and L.A. Mayor's Office for International Affairs hosted the 2nd summit on city diplomacy November 14.

ICA's post-conference program on public diplomacy will be held on May 29, 2019 in Washington. D.C.

CPD was in Brussels Feb. 4-7, 2019 for a PD-filled week: a public diplomacy strategy workshop and the return of "Diplocamp."

This CPD-CTG creative collaboration on November 14 explored the power of empathy in both the arts and public diplomacy.

On September 10, CPD welcomed the Mayor of Paris for a private discussion on climate change, the state of city diplomacy and the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics.

From summit diplomacy to sports diplomacy, 2018 saw the role of public diplomacy continue to grow when it came to security challenges on the Korean Peninsula.

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