AF

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The Federation of Alliances Françaises USA

The Federation, founded in 1902, is a nonprofit professional service organization representing more than 100 chapters in the United States. It is run by a volunteer board composed of leaders from 12 Alliances of all sizes throughout the nation. Its mission is to support the member chapters in their efforts to promote the French language and francophone cultures. The Federation promotes communication on issues of common interest to the chapters through e-mail newsletters, quarterly magazines, annual conferences, an annual awards program and more. The Federation provides grants for educational and marketing programs and runs the One Book One Federation and One Film One Federation programs.

Any official Alliance Française chapter in the U.S. and Puerto Rico is eligible, upon payment of dues, to become a member of the Federation. The Federation’s national office is in Washington, D.C. For more information, contact us at federation@afusa.org.

 






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La Fondation Alliance Française

The Paris-based Fondation Alliance Française provides oversight of the worldwide AF network, with more than 800 chapters in 130 countries and half a million students. It is the modern-day embodiment of the Alliance Française organization that was launched in 1883 by notables such as Jules Verne and Louis Pasteur.

La Délégation Générale Alliance Française USA

The Délégation Générale maintains the liaison between the American Alliances and the Paris-based Fondation. It is a government-financed body (its staff are civil servants of the French government) that coordinates with French Cultural Services, the Embassy of France, the Consulates General and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs





 
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Alliance Française Miami Metro
78 SW 7th St, Suite 500 
Miami, FL 33130
Phone: 305-395-4100
Contact us: info@af-miami.org

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