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On Monday 12th May the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Cllr Yvonne Mosquito hosted Mr Robert W. Johnson, US Ambassador to the United Kingdom. The main purpose of the visit was to attend the premiere screening of a documentary film, Six Triple Eight, which commemorates the […]
Two Birmingham young women, aged 16 and 14 respectively, will represent the city of Birmingham in the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit 2018 which takes place in Chicago from 21-28 July. Both teenagers from St Paul’s School For Girls will join other 13 other international […]
Sir Albert Bore, Leader of the Council, welcomed the French Ambassador, His Excellency Bernard Emié, on his first visit to Birmingham today (21 March). Mr Emié, who was appointed in April 2011, met with Sir Albert at the Council House where they discussed French […]
His Excellency, Mr Bernard Emié will pay his first official visit to Birmingham.
His Excellency, Mr Andris Teikmanis, Latvian Ambassador to the UK will pay an official visit to Birmingham and will meet the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, as well as representatives from the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and Marketing Birmingham. On 20th he will also participate in […]
The Annual Chicago Sister Cities International Reception was held in Chicago (USA) last Thursday, 15th March, celebrating Citizen Diplomacy. Over 300 guests attended the event to recognise the diplomat citizen’s work dedicated to Chicago Sister Cities International. The main speaker at the evening was the […]
Birmingham’s Professor Jo Andrews , who is the Birmingham City Ambassador for the Global Youth Ambassadors Leadership Summit, reports on the success of two of Birmingham’s young female students. ” During the summer vacation two Birmingham students, Elizabeth Ajayi and Aklima Khatun , travelled to […]
The BCA Education Group draws support from the major universities/colleges and beyond to celebrate and recognise the significance of our Commonwealth connections. We aim to: Develop an international dimension of collaborative engagement between Birmingham’s educational institutions and their Commonwealth counterparts. Foster social and academic […]
Exactly 50 years ago, on the 19th of April 1966 three cities Birmingham, Frankfurt and Lyon signed a partnership agreement that started unprecedented period of enhanced collaboration. Birmingham and Frankfurt are celebrating 50 years of joint working. Lyon has been partnered with both cities for […]
Birmingham and Frankfurt became formal partner cities in 1966. This year both cities will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of our partnership and a number of events have been planned jointly with the City of Frankfurt and Frankfurt based organisations to celebrate the occasion. With the signing of […]