Town Halls

What is the future for the US-Afghan relationship, women's rights and education, reconciliation with the Taliban, and regional peace and stability once President Hamid Karzai steps down?
America Abroad explores what lies ahead for Egypt's fragile democracy in this international town hall discussion connecting audiences and a panel of experts in Los Angeles and Cairo.
What does Iran's new leadership mean for the future of the country, its nuclear weapons program and relationship with the West, and for Iranians around the world?
To mark the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and to honor the sacrifices made by both Afghans and Americans, America Abroad Media, WAMU 88.5 FM, and Radio Killid Afghanistan bring together audiences in Washington and Kabul for a candid conversation between Afghans and Americans.
Audiences in Washington DC and Kabul discuss how women’s lives have changed post-Taliban rule and ask if their rights and interests are now being sacrificed in the name of security.
In this special town hall program, an audience in Washington DC speaks with local Afghans in Kabul about life in the battlefield. And an Afghan audience speaks with Americans about what it’s like fighting in a foreign land.

Town Halls

Town Halls

America Abroad town halls are international town-hall-style meetings that connect American and foreign audiences for discussions about critical international issues of mutual interest.

For full programs, check out the links below.

 

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