Basic information on cookies
A cookie is a small information file that is stored in your browser every time you visit our website.
Cookies are used to keep a log of your activities on our website, in order to identify you on future visits and configure the content based on your browsing habits, identity and preferences.
Users are free to delete, accept, block and delete cookies. This can be done using the options in this window or through the browser's settings, as appropriate.
The correct operation of the different functions of our website cannot be guaranteed if cookies are rejected.
See the "COOKIES POLICY" section on our website for further details.

Club de Madrid’s 2019 Annual Report Club de Madrid’s 2019 Annual Report

Jun 292020

Club de Madrid’s 2019 Annual Report

Our Annual Report has just been released. Fresh from the oven!

The year 2019 was one of sound change for World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid (WLA-CdM).

It was Vaira Vike-Freiberga’s last year as President of the organisation, which led to the election of Danilo Türk. The former President of Slovenia has taken the helm since January 2020. 

Programmatically, WLA-CdM has also focused much of its efforts in examining the tides of change that many of our societies are experiencing. The organisation’s flagship Policy Dialogue on Digital Transformation and the Future of Democracy held in Madrid delivered policy recommendations on the interweaving dynamics between artificial intelligence and the future of our democracies. 

There have been many other activities, all of which are featured in the report. Throughout 2019 we have: 

-Analysed the links between online information and declining trust in democracy.
-Discussed with partners whether political advertising should be subject to regulations like offline ads are.
-Mentored young leaders engaged in positive social transformation.
-Fostered inclusive labour reforms in Armenia and Georgia.
-Advocated to mainstream an inclusive approach to the implementation of Agenda 2030.
-Promoted inclusive education in Sri Lanka.
-Worked with partners for an inclusive approach to migration in Dominican Republic.
-Discussed sustainable development in China and presented the conclusions to China’s President Xi Jinping.
-And much more!

The 2019 edition of our Annual Report features QR-codes so you can also navigate our site comfortably while reading the report. Unfamiliar with QR codes? Find instructions in the report.

Happy reading!



Spread the word!

Like our report? Make it available to your network using these social media graphics:







WLA-CdM is committed to advancing democracy worldwide. With your
support, we can advance democratic values and foster social and political change.
You can help ensure a sustainable future for the next generations by joining our
efforts in a variety of ways. Here’s how you can make a difference.