Once October 25 an outstanding panel of experts on Human Trafficking shared information with the public. This was part of the speaker series provided by Citizen Diplomacy Alliance to provide valuable information to the public and the Alliance members. The panel consisted, from left to right: Consul Pineda from the Mexican Consulate, Jerry Payton and Read more about Human Trafficking Presentation[…]
We’ve changed our name and up’ d our game!!
Michael Ford is our new president, a former chief of police for South Tucson and Lieutenant with the the Tohono O’odham tribal police in Sells. He is currently a member of the Primavera staff working with those that are looking to better their lives. Michael has traveled internationally, is a great presenter to our visitors Read more about Welcome to the new SAZCIV president, Michael Ford[…]
Mixer with Latin American visitors at Monterey Court Café 505 W. Miracle Mile Tucson, AZ May 3 from 5:30 – 7:00 All welcome.
The annual meeting of SAZCIV will be held at the Mexican Consulate in Tucson. The event is from 2 – 4. Keynote Speaker Norman Houston is the head of Northern Ireland Bureau in Washington, D.C, the official Northern Ireland mission to the United States. In this role, he holds the rank of Ambassador and focuses on creating Read more about Annual SAZCIV Meeting[…]
A reminder that if you haven’t paid your dues (and thank you to those that did!!) you can go on our website: www.sazciv.org and pay with a credit card or you can send a check to us at 384 S Williams Blvd, Tucson, 85711. We appreciate your taking care of this since we Read more about Mixer with visitors from Africa at Monetary Court Café, April 27 from 5 – 7. Everyone welcome![…]
Good morning everyone! It is exciting to be able to announce (to those of you that weren’t at the Annual Meeting) that SAZCIV will be moving its office to the West Campus of Pima Community College within the very near future. We are so excited to be able to make this change, it will enable Read more about News for April 24, 2017[…]