Sport is a gigantic and powerful medium for the international spread of information, reputations and relationships that are the essence of public diplomacy. The money spent world-wide on sport dwarfs what any government...KEEP READING
A Roadmap of Public Diplomacy Organizations
The Global Public Diplomacy Network (GPDNet) seeks to bridge the gap between cultural organizations the way that public diplomacy seeks to bridge the gap between governments and the public.
Established in 2014 in Seoul, South Korea with the help of nine other countries, GPDNet has expanded to include members from 13 different nations, including the Academic Community for Development (CADE) in Mozambique, the Korea Foundation, and the Yunus Emre Institute in Turkey.
To learn more about their mission and to view a full list of their members, check out their website. If you're interested in other organizations relevant to public diplomacy, visit our full list in PD Hub.
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