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.
Daughters of the American Revolution, España Chapter: "Patriot´s Day -- September 11th -- is the moment to get together for a remembrance ceremony 17 years after the 9/11 attacks. But as the Day falls on a Tuesday it is more practical for all those who could accompany us to meet on Sunday the 16th. As in previous years, we will meet at the Parque Juan Carlos I - at the site where the American Embassy planted 10 red oaks brought from the US on the 10th anniversary of the attack on the Twin Towers."
ACM is back from the summer holidays. See what's lined up for everyone this September!!
Join the American Club for an "All-you-can-eat" iconic American-style July 4th dinner!
Madrid begins Pride Week on June 28 to commemorate the Stonewall riots in New York City beginning in 1969. At the time, Spain was still under the Franco regime, which declared homosexuals as “dangerous” people with “the lowest levels of morality”. Four years after Franco’s death, on June 25, 1978, at the beginning of La Movida Madrileña, Madrid held it’s first Pride (Orgullo) March
It's film-making too!
The ASEAN University Fair will provide a unique platform for Spanish students and academics to meet and gain information from ASEAN universities in one venue. The expert team from the ASEAN universities can help participants make the right choices by fully explaining entry requirements and the application process. The fair will promote networking among representatives of universities of ASEAN and Spain for the purpose of developing double degree programs and exchanging scholarships
A unique, rivetting, witty, and even hilarious account of the historic days immediately following the end of the 8-year negotiation for Spain's membership in the European Common Market: “It was difficult and freakish work.”
This February the American Club has an important "Need to Know" opportunity in addition to its regular Happy Hour and Leads group. Please join one or all!
If your interest in and curiousity about Chinese culture and language go well beyond the New Year Festival but you don't know where you coud go and quench your thirst for Chinese, try the Instituto Confucio de Madrid on Calle Goya 10.