The French-American Foundation – France was established in Paris on 1976, in coordination with its sister Foundation, the French American Foundation in New York. They share the same mission: strengthening the French-American relations and fostering a mutual understanding of each other’s policies and decisions. Both foundations are committed to working jointly.
Our next gust for the French-American Breakfast will be Jean-François Copé, President of the at the National Assembly, MP and Mayor of Meaux, President of te UMP.
The topic of his address will be on "The Transatlantic relationship in a crisis time : what perspectives ?.
May, 28-29, 2013
The French-American Foundation – France is proud to be “Knowledge Partner” of the 2013 OECD Forum which will take place on May, 28-29, 2013 in Paris.
Promoting inclusive growth, rebuilding trust and fostering sustainability are the three cross cutting themes of the 2013 Forum « Jobs, Equality and Trust ».
Second Edition of the Washburne Award for Innovation in Diversity. The Prize recognizes an American and a French company for their innovative actions in promoting diversity in the workplace.
Nominations must be received by April 05, 2013.
Justice Stephen G. Breyer was inducted on April 2013 as a foreign member of the France’s Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, one of the five academies of the Institut de France.
Evènements à venir
28 Mai, 2013
2013 OECD Forum « Jobs, Equality and Trust »
17 Juin, 2013
Special Event en association avec AmCham France. Innovation et compétitivité avec : Jeff Immelt, Chairman & CEO de General Electric, et Maurice Lévy, Chairman & CEO de Publicis Groupe.
Find online all the documentation, analysis, reports and surveys carried out by the Foundation!