There is an exhibition of photographs made by the Patrouille de France in 2017, which by documenting current US and French military cooperation hopes to honor the US engagement in WWI.
This free exhibition at the Maison du Combattant at 36 bis Blvd Risso, NICE will run from 27 to 31 May from 14h00 to 17h30 each day.
The exhibition is sponsored by the US Ambassador to France, the Association France Etats-Unis, and the Ville de Nice. The Maison du Combattant is located facing the Acropolis.
Use GovTrack to research and track legislation in the United States Congress, including Members of Congress, bills and resolutions, voting records, and committee activity.
Do a search on the GovTrack database here.
Open government data has changed the way we understand civics. The Open Government Data (The Book) is about the principles behind that movement — yes, it is a movement — and its development in the United States. Topics include principles of open government data, the history of the movement, applications to transparency and civic engagement, a brief legal history, data quality, APIs, prioritization, civic hacking, case studies, and paradoxes in transparency.
Read the full Open Government Data (The Book) here.
This social event is open to all our members, Americans and accompanying guests. We welcome you all to come and interact with fellow Americans in the region and engage in American political discussions. We will give a brief presentation particularly where these issues stand in the Washington political discourse. Join us to formalize our viewpoint as Americans living abroad by paying (€5) includes drinks, such as wine and water.
Parking: Palais de la Méditerranée or Grimaldi
Public Transport: several bus stops in walking distance: Grimaldi, Congrès-Joffre, Congrès-Promenade
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