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Working Together in Harmony

The goal of Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International is to develop municipal partnerships between  U.S. cities and states and similar jurisdictions in other nations.

GFLSCI is providing opportunities for city officials and citizens to experience and explore other cultures through long-term community partnerships.

GFLSCI is creating an atmosphere in which economic and community development can be implemented and strengthened. 

GFLSCI is stimulating environments through which communities will creatively learn, work, and solve problems together through reciprocal cultural, educational, municipal, professional and technical 

 

What is a Sister City Organization?

A sister city organization is a volunteer group of

ordinary citizens who, with the support of their local elected officials, form long-term relationships with people and organizations in a city abroad. Each sister city organization is independent and pursues the activities and thematic areas that are important to them and their community including municipal, business, trade, educational and cultural exchanges with their sister city.

Sister city organizations promote peace through people-to-people relationships-with program offerings varying greatly from basic cultural exchange programs to shared research and development of projects between cities with relationships.  

 

Greater Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale and its surrounding towns known collectively as Greater Fort Lauderdale has become a favorite destination for families and couples, adding eclectic dining and upstanding cultural institutions to the natural beauty it has always possessed. Over 12  million people visited Greater Fort Lauderdale in 2013 to cruise through the area's canal system, relax on its 23 miles of sparkling beaches, and patronize its wide variety of family attractions.
 

 

BULLETIN BOARD / SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 

GFLSCI "Business Networking With a Cause"

 

GFLSCI Congratulates the City Of Fort Lauderdale

All-America City Award Recipient 2014 

 

Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International and FIFA Worldcup

BELO HORIZONTE HOST CITY OF THE WORLD CUP

 

 

GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE SISTER CITIES INTL.
 

2013 ANNUAL REPORT
 

 

2014 U.S. Partnerships Worldwide

In 2014-2015, Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International will celebrate:
100th year anniversary for Broward County 
53 years of relationship with Medellin, Colombia - July 15th, 2014
33 years of relationship with Gold Coast, Australia - Septmeber, 2014
28 years of relationship with Rimini, Italy - October, 2014
13 of years relationship with Mar Del Plata, Argentina - September 2014

 

 

 

 

About Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International

 

Greater Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International (GFLSCI) is a 501 3 C non-profit, citizen diplomacy network dedicated to creating partnerships between the city of Fort Lauderdale and our sister cities around the world.    These partnerships result in increased global cooperation, and strengthen economic development worldwide. The City of Fort Lauderdale has 18 sister cities relationships around the world. To find out more, please visit GFLSCI's Website, Facebook page and Twitter.

GFLSCI Congratulates the City Of Fort Lauderdale

All-America City Award Recipient 2014 

 

Fort Lauderdale Sister Cities International and FIFA Worldcup

 

 

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