Tunisian and Moldovan representatives of the government and the civil society met with Club de Madrid Members PM Kok, PM Campbell and PM Roman and international experts in Stockholm
Club de Madrid General Secretary, Carlos Westendorp, offered Club de Madrid's experience in a high level meeting in Rabat to create a political and economic area encompassing both shores of the Mediterranean regional integration is good for all; therefore an integrated MENA region must be an EU priority.
Carlos Westendorp, Secretary General of the Club de Madrid, will take the organization’s experience in democratic transitions and the lessons learnt during the institution’s missions in the MENA region to the high level meeting “Beyond Populism: Economic Challenges and Opportunities in Democratic Transitions” to be hold on the 5th of February in Rabat, Morocco
During the last two days, Tunisian representatives of the government and the civil society met with Club de Madrid Members PM Campbell and PM Roman and international experts.
President of the Club de Madrid, Mr Wim Kok, focused on climate change and energy, during his keynote speech in the Global Economic Symposium (GES) "Growth through Education and Innovation’ hold this week in Rio de Janeiro
The Final Report of the Club de Madrid 2011 Annual Conference & Gala Dinner (8-9 November, New York City United States) is out.
The Doha Forum offers a sweeping overview of issues regarding Democracy, Development and Free Trade in the Middle-East, the Arab countries and the world. More broadly, this international meeting discussed critical political, economic, social, financial, strategic and human matters of pressing concern for a region witnessing some of the most substantial changes in its very long History.
In a key moment for the design of national and international policies that drive growth in the context of global economic crisis, the Club de Madrid and the Mexican Presidency of the G20, with the help of AeroMéxico and Acciona, organized a roundtable on April 30th 2012 in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico to identify and discuss recommendations on this issue, which is of vital importance for the G20 agenda and a top priority for the Mexican presidency. The recommendations will be handed in by Dra. Lourdes Aranda, Mexican Sherpa to the G20, to President Felipe Calderón before the upcoming G20 Summit in Los Cabos in June , and will be delivered to the G20 Development Working Group´s.
Chicago, 8 March 2012. Sustainable development, like climate change, is a global, national and local issue. Action and cooperation among stakeholders at all levels – international, national and local government, private companies and citizens – is needed to forge a more sustainable and equitable path. In the wake of the global financial crisis, it is even more important that these actors work together to finance and implement a shift to sustainable urban growth.
During what many have called a key week in Haiti’s future, the Club de Madrid deployed a fifth mission in the framework of the Global Leadership for Haiti’s Reconstruction Project. In a partnership between the Global Leadership Foundation and the Club de Madrid, President Uteem of Mauritius and Prime Minister Clark of Canada lead a delegation, which also included the Club de Madrid’s Deputy Secretary General Agüero and international expert, Valdés.
Madrid, 12 September 2011. - The Club of Madrid, in conjuncture with the Spanish Secretary of State for International Cooperation, and with the collaboration of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC), organised last week, Monday 12 September, a round table discussion centred upon the theme of “An opportunity for the Leadership of the Countries in the Process of Development: The High Level Forum of Busan”.
Paris, 9 September 2011 – In view of the grave and anxious economic and political situation the world is presently experiencing, the next G20 summit will pay particular attention to the search for and application of solutions to these issues. At this summit, 19 countries will arrange to meet, as well as the European Union, as an economic bloc, which represents 85% of the world’s economy and two thirds of the world’s population.
The Club of Madrid is joining forces in this effort through its G20 initiative. With the support of the French Presidency of the G20 and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, the Club of Madrid organised during the 8 – 9 September a high level meeting in Paris, with the objective of evaluating and debating the most pressing and urgent affairs currently gripping the world today, ones which are considered vital for the G20 to address.