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as a World Citizen

The World Citizens Guide is a conversation, a non-judgmental invitation to consider new perspectives, and a way to discover a better travel experience.

Through a community of fellow “World Citizens” that want to learn and grow together, we believe we can broaden the understanding among Americans on what we do and say and how we show up, and how that can be adjusted to improve our relationships and reputation in the world, and to improve the individual American traveler’s experience.

We invite you to join us as a World Citizen.

As a part of our World Citizens’ community, you will receive updates from WCG and resources to help you navigate and connect. You will receive your World Citizen E-Badge to proudly display in your email signature, on your social media page, or wherever else you choose.  We also look forward to soon sharing more products to show your pride as a World Citizen and to open conversations for you to share your experience of being a World Citizen with those you encounter along your journeys.

When you join us as a World Citizen, you are committing to:

  1. Keep an open mind, open heart.
  2. Be curious, present and without judgement.
  3. Listen for understanding.
  4. Learn new perspectives.
  5. Lead by example.

Better World Citizens. Better World.

Read the Guide

In this incredibly delicate phase of world history and politics, it is essential that each of us become ambassadors for our country. We have provided you with some of what you need to know so you can be a great world traveler.

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Engage with us on social media

Come join our community of citizens who are ready to take a stand, to embrace culture in the broadest sense possible.


Follow Cari’s articles

WCG partner Cari Guittard is a frequent contributor to the Huffington Post. Find her latest articles here.

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to our resources

The content of this project emerged from a massive listening exercise when people from every region in the world were asked, “If you could give suggestions to U.S. citizens traveling abroad, what would you want them to hear?” You can be a part of that too. Listen. Then tell us what you’ve heard. And learned.

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