Ed JohnsonAP develops Local 2 Global Initiatives that connects people and communities around the world read more
Ed Johnson presents at domestic and international policy forums, cultural exchanges, conferences and issue symposia read more
The Cultural Exchange Program connected the people and communities of The Jersey Shore and Havana, Cuba. The focus was culture, music and education centering on the 21 Festival Internacional Jazz Plaza La Habana featuring both local and international artists.
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Ed JohnsonAP develops Local 2 Global Initiatives connecting people and communities around the world. Emphasis is placed on building bridges of understanding and cooperation to foster working relationships, collaborative knowledge sharing and approaches to addressing the challenges that affect our global community.
Mayors, Professionals and Experts representing municipalities and regions from around the world met in Den Haag in September 2016 to launch a new platform to address global challenges. This new pioneering and innovative global governance body "founded by, for and of cities" held its Inaugural Convening Parliament Session at The World Forum.
Provides a thought provoking series of seminars, courses and events that examine the role and impact of politics in society read more
The Business-Cultural Exchange Mission to The Netherlands provided the opportunity to observe and learn more about their Delta Programme water management, protection and beach replenishment initiatives as a post Super Storm Sandy Initiative.
Ed Johnson presented a lecture on the U.S. Presidential Election at The New School in Amsterdam, Netherlands in September 2016. The lecture focused on the current state of the U.S. election, the political climate and mood of the American electorate and the implications and ramifications of the different possible election outcomes.
A sister-city relationship that focused on areas of interest on both sides that would form the foundation of the new and growing relationship. Musical heritage, cultural exchange and the municipal-resident relationship were areas identified to collaborate and learn from one another.