Wednesday, February 23, 2005, 10:25 AMAmericans for Informed Democracy (AID) is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) student organization represented on more than 175 university campuses that fosters global understanding by coordinating town hall meetings on America's role in the world and by publishing opinion pieces and reports on issues of global importance. Through these efforts, AID seeks to promote a more multilateral U.S. foreign polilcy and to inspire a new generation of internationalist leaders.
This University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) chapter of Americans for Informed Democracy (AID) serves to create a more globally informed public locally in the greater Omaha community by engaging in discussions on the national and international scale.
UNO AID is supported in large part by our organizational Co-Sponsors!
Americans for Informed Democracy Mission:
- Increase global understanding
- promoting global consciousness in America
- broadening the set of issues discussed in relation to America's role in the world
- talking about issues in a more contextualized fashion than dominant media portals
- raising awareness overseas about the diversity of viewpoints in the U.S.
- bring U.S. attention to opportunities for cooperation with foreign countries
- broadening consciousness overseas about opportunities to collaborate with the U.S.
You can download and review our current constitution
For more information, please see Americans for Informed Democracy