Chicago Council on Foreign Relations

Founded in 1922, the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations (CCFR) is one of the largest independent international affairs organizations in the United States, serving over 7,000 members and the community through diversified programming. CCFR provides members, specialized groups and the general public with a forum for the consideration of significant international issues and their bearing on American foreign policy. In over 150 meetings annually the CCFR seeks to represent all sides of complex issues on the global agenda. The Council’s goal is to further awareness and broaden understanding of international relations and foreign policy as well as promote Chicago’s status as an important international center.

Address: 116 South Michigan Avenue 10th Floor
Chicago, IL 60603