The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy was established in 1991 in the USA with head office in Berlin(Germany),New York (USA) since 2003 and affiliate offices in New York(USA)and Paris(France),and has become a global household name in encouraging open dialogue and building bridges across races and regions, people and cultures to encourage stronger inter-cultural and intra-cultural relations that inspire humanity towards embracing human diversities and multi-culturalism.
With focus on inspiring cultural diplomacy at local and international levels, ICD in conjuction with its partners institutions organise programmes relating to regional socio-cultural, political and economic peculiarities to address issues relating to human and women rights, youth development and leadership, climate change, environmental sustainability and responsibility, human enabling and health related issues by adopting intercultural and intra-cultural relations, peace building and global peace promotion approaches.
Academic research, projects, conferences, arts, tourism, culture and entertainment are platforms used by ICD to achieve its humanity focused objectives. Conferences, seminars, e-learning, reviews, academic programmes at BA,MA,MBA and PHD levels are utilized by ICD through its partner institutions such as Furtwagen University(Germany),University of Bucharest(Romania),UNESCO international Bureau of Education, Academy for Cultural Diplomacy, Inter-parliamentary Alliance for Human Rights, Centre for Cultural Diplomacy Studies and ICD House of Arts and Culture to achieve ICD noble objectives.
Institute for Cultural Diplomacy efforts, initiatives, creativity and programmes with the array of global and regional leaders of thought from various walks of life including politics, public leadership, international and global organisations, arts, culture, entertainment and private sector, relating with ICD afford people to connect and learn at international levels while exchanging experiences for building a better, safer, healthier and more embracing humanity.
The institute is certainly bridging the gulf that separates humanity and gives hope of better understanding across various races and cultures for mutual progress and global advancement.