NEWS nº 35
28 June, 2017


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'Paris: our values, our future' Club de Madrid statement on Trump and climate change

50 Members of the Club de Madrid, all of them democratically elected Presidents and Primer Ministers, plus 16 international experts and CdM advisors, have signed a statement regretiing Trump's decision of pulling out from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. In it they call upon every signatory to show urgency and commitment in the fight against global warming.

 

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Sign now our Statement on Donal Trump and climate change

Sign up now to our Statement supporting the Paris Agreements 

Join us now in the fight for a greener planet! 50 of our Members, all of them democratically elected former Presidents and Prime Ministers, have already signed the statement "Paris, our values, our future". In it, our Members express their deep concern about the future of our planet and regret Donal Trump's decision of pulling out from the Paris Agreement

 

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Ban Ki-moon, new honorary Club de Madrid Member

Ban Ki-moon, new Honorary Member of the Club de Madrid 

Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has been elected honorary Member of the Club of Madrid, the forum that brings together former presidents, prime ministers and world leaders promoting democracy, its values ​​and its institutions around the world. With Ban Ki-moon’s appointment, the organization counts now with three UN Secretary General leaders in its membership.

 

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Obasanjo urges governments to invest in its people in order to prevent violent extremism 

Former President of Nigeria and Club de Madrid Member, Olusegun Obasanjo, urged the Nigerian government to sustain the on-going fight against insurgency and other crimes in the country during while strengthening democracy by providing its dividends to Nigerians. He made these remarks during the workshop "Preventing Violent Extremism in Nigeria: Effective Narratives and Messaging, held in Abuja, Nigeria.  

 

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Aurora Humanitarian Initiative partner with the Club de Madrid to raise awareness for global humanitarian causes 

Former African Leaders and Club de Madrid Members Benjamin Mkapa and Festus Mogae took part  in the 2017 Aurora Prize Laureate in Yerevan, Armenia. These two African leaders have had first-hand experience in dealing with ongoing conflict in Africa and especially in Sudan  

 

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“New Fault lines in Europe: the political consequences of Brexit”, by John Bruton

 

“New Fault lines in Europe: the political consequences of Brexit”, by John Bruton

In this lecture, Mr. Bruton describes the background to Brexit, why Ireland is not following the UK example, analyzes the challenges the EU and Ireland will have to tackle, and next steps for the EU itself.  

 

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The Shared Societies Project
Preventing Violent Extremism: Leaders Telling a Different Story
Madrid+10: Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism
Next Generation Democracy
Club de Madrid Policy Dialogues
Promoting dialogue for democratic reform in Haiti
Integrated Support Program for Inclusive Reform and Democratic Dialogue
The G20 in a Post Crisis World
Women's Political Participation and Leadership
LEND Network for Leaders Engaged in New Democracies
Energy and Climate Change
Freedom of Association in the MENA Region
 

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