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 Indianapolis' Sister Cities Collage

 

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Sister Cities International, created at a 1956 White House Summit initiated by President Eisenhower, is an organization founded on the principle of citizen diplomacy. Indianapolis Sister Cities International carries this legacy as a champion for peace and prosperity by promoting the program’s goal of fostering bonds between people from different communities around the world. A sister city relationship is established when the Mayors of the two cities sign a memorandum of understanding. Four Indianapolis Mayors have been involved in the sister cities program helping to promote Indianapolis as a global city and strengthen our ties around the world. The Indianapolis Sister Cities program history is rich and includes accomplishments in education, business, and government, as well as culture and the arts. 

 

This collection is made possible by Friends of the Library through gifts to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. 

 

Indy Sister Cities Learn More
Taipei, Taiwan Indianapolis Sister Cities International General Materials
Cologne, Germany Annual Reports
Monza, Italy TASOC (Teacher And Student Outreach Committee)
Piran, Slovenia Indy Sister Cities Fest
Hangzhou, China Awards
Campinas, Brazil Scarborough, Canada (Former Indy Sister City)
Northamptonshire County, UK Indianapolis Sister Cities at IndyPL
Hyderabad, India Sister Cities International 50th Anniversary Book
  Sister Cities International Website

 

 

  

 
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