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Global San Diego believes Black lives matter and we grieve for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless other victims. To further our mission to support and build a strong, inclusive community, we call on everyone to combat the systemic racism at the root of this issue, to stand up, to speak up and to support racial justice.

We invite you to support national and international actions that denounce racism and injustice and promote non-violent change for a more just and peaceful world.

We believe #BlackLivesMatter.


Anti-racism resources:... read more

On April 8, Global San Diego had a booth the Harmony in Action Fair in Balboa Park.

The Harmony in Action fair is a wonderful day of cultural performances and public outreach. Several dozen local non-profits were in attendance.

Global San Diego recently celebrated our launch with events hosted by The United Nations Association of San Diego and the San Diego Diplomacy Council. A great big San Diego thank you to our hosts and everyone who attended!

Global San Diego Launch - February 21, 2017


Global San Diego is sponsored and supported by six major nonprofits and is being housed by one of them, The Global Energy Network Institute (GENI), at its World Resources Simulation Center (SimCenter) located on the ground floor of the Westgate Hotel in downtown San Diego.  GENI also is providing personnel to help develop the project in the form of student interns, contractors, and volunteers.

In order for Global San Diego to become fully operational it needs to have a strong web presence and the GSD website is in approximately the mid stage of its construction with an anticipated... read more

On Tuesday, April 21, 2015, National Geographic premiered a documentary film highlighting San Diego as one of the most innovative and forward-thinking regions on the planet to a lively audience that packed the theater at Copely Symphony Hall.  The evening’s events were hosted by Joe Terzi, the CEO of the San Diego Tourism Authority who put together a coalition of 24 major supporters to raise the funding required to produce the documentary.  Mayor Kevin Faulconer, an enthusiastic supporter of the project, was on hand to introduce the documentary’s host, Andrew Evans, and to see the film for... read more

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