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Restoring a Sense of Belonging: The Unsung Importance of Casual Relationships for Older Adults

“Feeling connected to other people, not just the people who are closest to you, turns out to be incredibly important,”

Ronald Reagan – The Importance of Stories

Telling a story, he made me understand, helps make your case in a way that no abstraction can: A story builds an emotional bond, and emotional bonds build trust.

Montana World Affairs Council Bringing news of the world to Montana and Montana news to the world

We are so excited to host a Benefit Concert – the Mission Mountain Wood Band Reunion Concert at The Wilma on Sunday, March 3rd.

Israeli Innovation & Montana: Unlocking Montana’s Frontier Spirit To Economic Prosperity – 10/23 Missoula

The Montana World Affairs Council
in partnership with the Montana World Trade Center and SG Long
Presents: Israeli Consul General Shlomi Kofman

Montana World Affairs Council Upcoming October Events

October is going to be a very busy month with some dynamic speakers and events, so please read on for a full listing of upcoming programs.

The Montana World Affairs Council – The Changing Nature Of Conservation In A Humanized World – 10/30 – Missoula

Dr. David Western, one of the world’s renowned conservation leaders shows how our understanding of nature and our changing sensibilities are reshaping conservation globally
in an age of human domination.

The Montana World Affairs Council – The Changing Nature Of Conservation In A Humanized World – 11/01 – Bozeman

Dr. Western has worked with a wide range of communities to help build local economies while working with local people to save endangered wildlife.

Thomas Meagher Cares Benefit For Montana World Affairs Council’s Global Education Initiatives – 9/24 – Missoula

Please join the Montana World Affairs Council
for a fun and entertaining evening where we’ll be
eating traditional Irish pub food to raise money.

Global Gauntlet, a Grown-Up Global Trivia Competition Fundraiser of the Montana World Affairs Council Returns this Saturday 9/15 to Missoula

University of Montana President Seth Bodnar to Give the Welcome Remarks Dubbed the only local, global trivia competition benefit for grown-ups, the Montana World Affairs Council is hosting its annual benefit this coming Saturday, September…

Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation provides $120K grant to the Montana World Affairs Council for global education

"This grant will have a transformational impact on our ability to expand international affairs programming for students from across Montana and especially those in more rural and remote communities," said Janet Rose, executive director of the council.