Above all, we are mostly American women living in Europe for the long term, spanning three generations. Since 1961, we have been coming together through AAWE in Paris, France.
We are integrated into European society and are of many walks of life. We are long term residents of France who have grouped together around common issues of concern and interest. These issues include citizenship, bilingualism, education and life situations such as work, intercultural marriage, life changes, and life as a senior citizen. We meet to address these issues, expand our understanding and form a support network.
We maintain strong ties to the United States and wish to transmit, both on a personal and cultural level, our American heritage to our children. We do this through social events, children's parties and cultural events within our own organization.
We actively contribute to the Anglophone community through our publications and participation in community events. We give charitable donations to support organizations working to better our society, globally and locally.
We are fortunate, as a result of our group's focus, to enjoy lifelong friendships that reach across continents and generations.
AAWE was founded to protect the citizenship rights of Americans married to Europeans and the children of these bicultural and bilingual families. Nearly half a century later our focus and activities have expanded to mirror the diversity of our members.
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