Exchange Programs

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The Solidarity Center designs and facilitates educational exchanges for union leaders and activists to engage with workers around the world, such as with steel workers in Brazil. Credit: Maria Robalino

Working with our union allies around the world, the Solidarity Center designs and facilitates educational exchanges for union leaders and activists to engage with workers in host countries and experience the country’s economic, cultural and political environment.

Solidarity Center international delegations to the United States are hosted in part by Solidarity Center Exchange Program alumni who act as valuable liaisons between international delegations and U.S. organizations. Through strategically planned activities, trainings and roundtable discussions, participants meet with government officials, employers, union leaders, workers and citizens in geographically dispersed sites.

State Department logoSolidarity Center Exchange Programs are funded by public grants and private grants, including the U.S. Department of State, Office of Citizen Exchanges division and the Ford Foundation.

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