International Organizations in New York
Your guide to international organizations in New York City, including business, cultural, and social organizations. Find places to network, cultural clubs to join, and much more among these NY international organizations.
Website : http://www.as-coa.org/
Address : 680 Park Avenue (@ 68th Street) | Manhattan
Categories: Business, Human Rights, Social Justice
America is more than just the continental United States. The Americas Society and Council of the Americas takes the attention away from the most powerful nation in the world and promotes dialogue around Latin America, South America, the Caribbean, and Canada while being the premier organization for business dialogue among these areas in the western hemisphere. Plus, they've got one of the best newsletters in the city with constant updates on business, political, social and economic news in the Americas and a busy agenda for discussions and seminars on relevant events.
Website : http://www.amnestyusa.org/
Address : 5 Penn Plaza | Manhattan
Categories: Human Rights, Social Justice, Non-Profit
"Amnesty International is a global movement of people fighting injustice and promoting human rights." Justice, freedom, truth, and dignity are the cornerstones for Amnesty International's mission. As a branch of the United Nations and "the world's largest grassroots human rights organizations," it now comprises 3 million people in 150 countries across the world.
Website : http://www.arabbankers.org/
Address : 420 Lexington Avenue | Manhattan
Founded to promote the needs and professional growth of Arab and Arab-American bankers in the state, ABANA connects members of the public and private financial services industry in the Arab world and North America. ABANA hosts regular discussions and conferences with industry leaders and is home to the annual ABANA Achievement Dinner to honor professionals in this sector.
Website : http://asiasociety.org/
Address : 725 Park Avenue (@ 70th Street) | Manhattan
Categories: Cultural, Arts & Culture
We fell in love with the Asia Society this past summer during its Ai Weiwei photo retrospective following the acclaimed photographers life in New York City during the late 1980s. The rest is history. The Asia Society has international offices and here in New York, fosters arts, education, policy, business, and lifestyle awareness that comprises Asian culture worldwide.
Website : http://www.artspiral.org/
Address : 111 Norfolk Street (btwn. Delancey and Rivington Streets) | Manhattan
Categories: Arts & Culture
Through arts and history, the Asian American Arts Centre works to preserve its community's vitality and creative and cultural growth. They have an awesome archive and permanent collection of more than 600 Asian American and Chinese works.
Website : http://www.asiancinevision.org/
Address : 115 West 30th Street | Manhattan
Categories: Arts & Culture
Want to stay up on the biggest, brightest, and best in Asian American cinema? This longstanding non-profit and its annual film festival are the ones to follow.
Website : http://www.apa.nyu.edu/
Address : 41-51 East 11th Street | Manhattan
New York University's premier organization for bringing Asia to the Americas and back, the Asian/Pacific/American Institute promotes social, cultural, and political understanding of Asian and Pacific life within the New York educational and broader community.
Website : http://awib.org/
Address : 42 Broadway | Manhattan
This is the only non-profit organization — nationwide — with the main goal of promoting, educating, and developing a wide network of Asian women in business and entrepreneurship. They host everything from business 101 seminars to holiday socials and leadership awards to honor its members.