Joaquim Chissano, Olusegun Obasanjo, Hamadi Jebali and Joyce Banda, Club de Madrid members and former Presidents and Prime Ministers of Mozambique, Nigeria, Tunisia and Malawi respectively, gathered in a two-day meeting to discuss existing good practices and transformative ideas to advance democracy in Africa, together with experts, civil society representatives, young leaders and other stakeholders from the region.
This week started with the celebration of the World Refugee Day. Clubmadrid.org has had the priviledge of having Prime Minister of Greece, George Papandreu, answering our Q&A on the migratory crisis Europe is currently facing with a huge flow of refugees coming from the Middle East and also from North Africa. Read here the second part of our Member's reflections.
Kjell Magne Bondevik, former Prime Minister of Norway, and Jigmi Yoser Thinley, former Prime Minister of Bhutan, led the Sixth High-Level Mission to Myanmar from 14-17 June 2016 jointly with the Oslo Center. The mission was undertaken within the “High Level Support for Effective Dialogue in Myanmar: Towards Democratic Transition and Shared Societies” Project, funded by The Charitable Foundation.
Camila Schippa, Director of the Institute for Economics and Peace, will present the tenth edition of the Global Peace Index tomorrow wednesday 22sd of June in an event co-organized by the City Hall of Madrid, esglobal.org and the Club de Madrid
The Shared Societies Project reached this Monday a very important milestone with the launching of a Declaration of Shared Cities in South East Europe. The declaration, based on the principles of Shared Societies, recognises the crucial role local governments play in healing divisions based on identity across the region. The document was approved by the participants of the conference, jointly organized by the Club de Madrid, City of Sarajevo, Shared Societies and Values Foundation Sarajevo, founded by Club de Madrid Member Zlatko Lagumdzija.
Today is the World Refugee Day and former Prime Minister of Greece, George Papandreu, has accepted our Q&A on one of the most important and pressing issues of the international agenda these days: the migratory crisis Europe is facing with a huge flow of refugees coming from the Middle East and also from north Africa.
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