International Organizations and Clubs
Madrid is a world-class cosmopolitan capital. No wonder important international organizations and clubs make it a point to be quartered here. See what they’re up to! Some of these organizations have addresses elsewhere in Spain. We cover them just as eagerly, knowing you’d love to be informed.
As the global climate emergency intensifies and greenhouse gas emissions continue to grow, governments and world leaders are gathering in Madrid on 2 – 13 December 2019 for the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 to take the next crucial steps in the UN Climate Change process.
Fun fusion: Happy Hour & Toys for Tots!
The American Club of Madrid is excited to celebrate this traditional American event with our friends and families. Join us and share the joy of the special evening on the 28th of November!
The American Club of Madrid is happy to invite its members and non-members of all nationalities for fun and networking during its 12th November 2019 Happy Hour. Accepting is the key to a great start-off for Autumn in Madrid.
Given that a ‘no-deal’ scenario remains a possible outcome, the Commission strongly encourages all stakeholders to use the extra time provided by the extension of the Article 50 period (till 31 October 2019) to ensure that they have taken all necessary measures to prepare for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
The fast approaching European Mobility Week is spotlighting safe walking and cycling as a means of clean and sustainable transport. Join the campaign!
Date: September 10, 2019. Time: First call to order 5:00 pm; Second call to order 6:00 pm. Place: Hotel Intercontinental, 49 Paseo de la Castellana, Madrid
INFO FOR AMERICAN STUDENTS WANTING TO STUDY IN SPAIN, Y PARA LOS ESPAÑOLES QUE QUIERAN ESTUDIAR EN EE.UU »
A comprehensive info in English and Spanish. For a brighter future!
Leave it to ACM to cheer you on for a great Fourth of July celebration!
In the case of ‘no deal’ after the withdrawal date of the UK, the rights of EU citizens in the United Kingdom will be governed by UK law, which will need to be interpreted taking into account the UK’s obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights.