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Club de Madrid stands with Barcelona

The Members of the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid condemn the crime against humanity perpetrated yesterday in Barcelona. This tragic terrorist attack reminds us of the need to stand united and strong in repudiating extremist violence. We offer our condolences to the families and friends of the victims, saying loud and clear that democracy and human rights must prevail.

Rui Maria De Araujo & four CdM Members to participate in the NGD roundtable on the future of Democracy in Asia-Oceania

Club de Madrid Members President Ramos - HortaPresident Yudhoyono and Prime Ministers Thinley and Shipley, along with the current Prime Minister of Timor Leste, Rui Maria De Araujo, and President Francisco Luolo Guterres will lead a two-day discussion in DIli, the country's capital, to discuss about the present and future of democracy in Asia-Oceania 

 

Acting President of Nigeria, Yemi Obisanjo: “There is no question that we need to develop counter-narratives"

Following-up on the National Workshop on Alternative Narratives to Violent Extremism, organized in Abuja on May 23-24, the CdM conducted a High-Level Mission to Nigeria (July 17-18), led by Club de Madrid Members, President Cassam Uteem (Mauritius) and President Festus Mogae (Bostwana). They were were received by the Acting President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Obisanjo

The Working Group on Sustainability and Shared Societies presents its output document at the UN

Shared values, Shared Leadership and Shared Responsibility for a Shared Future is what the Working Group calls for. The output documents were presented yesterday to the President of the United Nations Environmental Assembly, Edgar Gutiérrez. David Miller, former Mayor of Toronto and current President and CEO of WWF Canada, exposed the key findings and the tasks identified to achieve the Agenda 2030.

Members Mogae and Uteem discuss about PVE in Nigeria with country's key stakeholders

Club de Madrid Members, President Cassam Uteem (Mauritius) and President Festus Mogae (Bostwana) are leading a two days high level mission to Nigeria in which they have been received by the acting President of the country, Professor Yemi Osinbajo. During the meeting, held in Abuja this Monday, the former Presidents presented to Mr Osinabjo a report summarizing the conclusions from the National Workshop held last May in Nigeria.

Ex President of Botswana and Club de Madrid Member, Ketumire Masire, passes away

President Masire was not only the architect of Botswana’s stability, he led the country democratically and brought it to unprecedented levels of economic growth. Club de Madrid Members whish to expres their most sincere condolences to family, colleagues, friends and all of the people of Botswana.

Helmut Kohl, the right man for democracy in the right time for Europe

Helmut Kohl, Germany's ex-chancellor, Club de Madrid founding Member and, above all, architect of reunification in 1990, died at his home at 87. He was the instrumental figure not just for German politics, but also for Europe. The current European Union can not be understood without his vissionary leadership.
 

'Paris: our values, our future' CdM 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 regreting 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.

 

Sign now our Statement on Donald Trump and climate change

Join us now in the fight for a greener planet! 46 of our Members, all of them democratically elected former Presidents and Prime Ministers, have 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

 

“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.  

Ban Ki-moon, new honorary Club de Madrid Member

 Former United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has been elected honorary member of the Club of Madrid, a forum bringing 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.

PM Lagumdzija met with Lebanon Grand Mufti during High Level visit to Lebanon

To share experiences and recommendations, to address issues of conflict, violent extremims and hate speech, and to contribute to the national debate and efforts in developing alternative narratives to counter extremist messages were the objectives of this mission. It was organized under the umbrella of the "leaders telling a Different Sotyr" project. 

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