An opportunity for emerging leaders doing globally-oriented work in their communities
The Pacific Council's Global City Fellowship engages partners around the world on city and subnational diplomacy.
The United States and Mexico enjoy one of the most interdependent, successful economic partnerships in the world, and their populations share deep cultural, linguistic, and often familial ties.
The Pacific Council continues to engage in discourse around our notable past initiatives. Please contact us for more information.
The Pacific Council believes that having a “local-to-global” mindset as a voter leads to better policy outcomes. In 2020 we helped members approach the election with this unique lens.
Los Angeles is one of the world’s great urban communities. It is large, diverse, vibrant, and cosmopolitan. Its people, businesses, and institutions routinely and constructively connect and interact with their counterparts all over the world. Los Angeles is a global city.
The effects of global water scarcity extend beyond the possibility of drought, spilling into cross-border conflict, global trade issues, and human insecurity. What can we do to address these issues now and create a water abundant future?
The Pacific Council worked with GlobalWA and partners across seven U.S. cities on Goalmakers 2020, a collaboration to find new strategies to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Since 2013, the Pacific Council has held official NGO observer status with the Office of Military Commissions at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba (GTMO).
In the wake of the U.S. exit from Afghanistan in August 2021, the Council created the Evacuate Our Allies Operations Center to help evacuate U.S. allies from the dangerous situation in Afghanistan.