We, Members of Club de Madrid, an independent organization at the service of Democracy and the promotion of its values worldwide, comprising more than a hundred democratic former Heads of State and Government from over 70 countries, express our deepest concern for the difficult social, economic and political situation in Venezuela.
We join the international community in expressing our deepest concern and sorrow for the devastating earthquake that has struck Nepal and the neighboring countries. Our thoughts are with the Government of Nepal and with the families and friends of all the victims, those who have died in Nepal, India, China, and Bangladesh, and those who have lost their homes and their livelihoods.
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The 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, met a delegation of fellow Club of Madrid member Presidents and Prime Ministers on the margins of their board meeting in March 2015.
This handbook is the final outcome of the EU-funded INSPIRED programme (Integrated Support Programme for Inclusive Reform and Democratic Dialogue). The project focused on facilitating inclusive and participatory policy dialogue in five different countries: Ghana, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Morocco and Tunisia. The document addresses the operational divide between democracy support and the array of existing tools and instruments aimed at promoting good governance
NetPLUSS Member of the Shared Societies Project Kinga Göncz participated as a member of the Jury in the final round of deliberations of the Diversity Advantage Challenge, organized by the Council of Europe that was held on March 24 in Strasbourg in the framework of the plenary session of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe.
Jorge Quiroga, Club de Madrid Vice-president and former President of Bolivia (2001-2002) lead a two day mission (11-12 March) to New York City in the framework of the EU-funded project "Promoting Dialogue for Democratic Reform in Haiti". The aim was advocating for a maintained force level of the MINUSTAH in Haiti until after the 2015 elections
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