Foreign Affairs Council, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) that rises above all national and international bias. This provides the ability to serve the greater good with an essential goal to nourish the worldwide need for stabilization, development, and the ability to flourish.
Foreign Affairs Council serves as an international educational platform for individuals worldwide to participate and deliberate on international affairs. This process forms a pool of knowledge that can educate all people on international and intercultural phenomena. Through experiential learning each individual has the opportunity to elevate their functional awareness, thinking, and decision making.
Given difference in culture, do you see beauty or conflict?
Our culture reveals the cultivation of our communities over time and the refined nature of our values bubble to the top. As we are exposed to a global melting pot we are at risk of diluting the knowledge that has shaped our heritage.
Every single individual has rights, even if they go unspoken.
Although it is common for Human Rights to be wielded as a priority issue within communities and nations, it is not uncommon for the rights of individuals to be set aside at the convenience of these same communities and nations.
Education begins with life and extends beyond the classroom.
We learn and gain knowledge from each of our experiences. We go through our lives being shaped by what we have been exposed to. The real question lies in the collective impact of what our life experiences provide us.
To serve the greater good of all people and nations with an essential goal to nourish the worldwide need for stabilization and the ability to flourish.
Foreign Affairs Council serves as an educational platform for individuals to participate and deliberate on foreign affairs.
Foreign Affairs Council, Inc (FACouncil) is a non-profit non-governmental organization (NGO) that is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, scientific, and religious purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under the section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
Status Exempt under 501(c)(3)
Public Charity Status 170 (b) (1) (A) (vi)
Effective Date of Exemption January 30, 2015
B60 Adult, Continuing Education (primary)
Q20 Promotion of International Understanding
U20 Science, General
X99 Religion Related, Spiritual Development N.E.C.
8299 Schools and Educational Services, not elsewhere classified Establishments primarily engaged in offering educational courses and services, not elsewhere classified.
8399 Social Services, not elsewhere classified Establishments primarily engaged in providing social services, not elsewhere classified, including establishments primarily engaged in community improvement and social change.
8733 Noncommercial Research Organizations Establishments primarily engaged in performing noncommercial research into and dissemination of, information for public health, education, or general welfare.
8661 Religious Organizations Establishments of religious organizations operated for worship, religious training or study, government or administration of an organized religion, or for promotion of religious activities.
611699 All Other Miscellaneous Schools and Instruction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in offering instruction
813311 Human Rights Organizations This U.S. Industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in promoting causes associated with human rights either for a broad or specific constituency. Establishments in this industry address issues, such as protecting and promoting the broad constitutional rights and civil liberties of individuals and those suffering from neglect, abuse, or exploitation; promoting the interests of specific groups, such as children, women, senior citizens, or persons with disabilities; improving relations between racial, ethnic, and cultural groups
541720 Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in conducting research and analyses in cognitive development, sociology, psychology, language, behavior, economic, and other social science and humanities research
813110 Religious Organizations This industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in operating religious organizations, such as churches, religious temples, and monasteries, and/or (2) establishments primarily engaged in administering an organized religion or promoting religious activities.
Current and future activities
Advancement of education in foreign affairs beneficial to public interest, and the elimination of prejudice and discrimination. Instruction of educational content for self-development and benefit to the public international community that promotes independent freedom of thought and application of situational logic and analysis to individual areas of concern that includes, conduction of public discussion groups, forums, lectures, training workshops, and publications with a balanced analysis of diverse worldwide individual and group experiences and perspectives on international issues. Advancement of religious knowledge and diversity through publications promoting individual religious values and rights that is of interdenominational benefit and is not denominationally biased. Engagement in scientific study and research that is of public interest to aid in the scientific education of international individuals and groups in international and intercultural issues related to foreign affairs, knowledge, and leadership.