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Kok y Turk, elegidos para el consejo asesor del Instituto para la Economía y la Paz

Los miembros del Club de Madrid Wim Kok, ex Primer Ministro de  Países Bajos y Danilo Turk, Presidente de Eslovenia, han sido elegidos por el Instituto para la Economía y la Paz para ser parte de su Consejo Asesor. El IEP desarolla índices globales y nacionales en los que se calcula el coste económico de la violencia.

Club de Madrid's President encourages women to pursue their dreams and develop their talents

Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga was the first women ever to be elected President of Latvia. That was 1999. In 2013 she became the first female to be President of the Club de Madrid. As a pioneer and women's rights advocator she sends out a message to the "girls and women across the world" to offer them encouragement to overcome obstacles and remain true to their aspirations.

 Día Internacional de la Mujer. ¿Llegaremos al objetivo 50/50 en 2030?

Hoy el mundo celebra el Día Internacional de la Mujer. El Club de Madrid se une al llamamiento a la acción de ONU mujeres para dar un paso adelante en la igualdad de género y avanzar hacia un mundo "50-50" en el ámbito laboral y se posiciona al lado de la Directora Ejecutiva de ONU Mujeres Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka cuando declara: "Los derechos de las mujeres son derechos humanos" 

 

 

John Bruton sobre el Brexit: "No podemos esperar sentados a que suceda"

El ex primer ministro de Irlanda (1994-1997) y miembro del Club de Madrid ha subido un artículo a su blog personal en el que expone sus opiones acerca de los pasos que tanto Irlanda como la Unión Europea deben tomar con respecto al Brexit. Desde su punto de vista, la UE debe tomar las riendas y actuar mientras advierte que será Irlanda el país más afectado a todos los niveles por el Brexti duro propuesto por Theresa May

 

“Someone doesn’t wake up and suddenly becomes an extremist”, Khadijah H. Gambo, Nigerian Activist

Club de Madrid went to Nigeria in January with the aim of holding national consultations and conducting a focus group research. There, Nigerian activist Khadijah Hawaja Gambo shared her thoughts on violent extremism and the need of a comprehensive inclusive research that includes Christians as well as Muslims when talking about radicalization.

Ramos Horta, Premio Nobel de la Paz, apuesta por la educación como clave contra el extremismo violento

El miembro del Club de Madrid y Premio Nobel de la Paz 1996, José Ramos-Horta, es una de las voces más respetadas y experimentadas no sólo cuando habla de democracia sino también de prevención del extremismo. En esta entrevista subraya que la educación es el factor esencial para contener el radicalismo y aboga porque incluir en la tarea a todos los sectores sociales. 


"Where Shared Society Starts, Violent Extremism Stops"

Members Wim Kok and Zlatko Lagumdzija participated, on February 20-23th and January 29th respectively, in missions part of Club de Madrid’s collaboration in the Project “Khotwa”. This Project, led by International Institute for Nonviolent Action (Novact), aims to promote an effective, collective, constructive and structured participation of the North African civil society in the process of the regional integration of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU).

Our Work to Prevent Violent Extremism in Nigeria, Tunisia and Lebanon

The Club de Madrid recently visited Nigeria and Lebanon with the aim of holding national consultations and conducting a focus group research. This research study will also be conducted in Tunisia in the coming weeks. All these missions are part of our new project "Leaders Telling a Different Story". 

Roza Otunbayeva Part of UN Panel on Global Poverty and Women in Peace Building

The President of Kyrgyz Republic (2010-2011) and Club de Madrid Member was involved in two panel discussions focused on alleviating global poverty and empowering women through Shared Society initiatives. Both were framed by the specific goals outlined in the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

 
Vaira Vike-Freiberga explains Club de Madrid's 'Shared Vision of a Shared Society' at the Hufftington Post

The future of the United Kingdom is uncertain, as the challenges of a post-Brexit reality need to be faced and editorials compete in their prediction of the course the UK will take under its new Prime Minister, Theresa May. In a speech drawing up her plans for the future of the islands, PM May seemed to adopt the concept of Shared Societies, long championed by the Club de Madrid. 

Zapatero advocates for a comprehensive and humane approach to the issue of migration

José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, President of Spain (2004-2011) and Club de Madrid Member, joined a three-day high-level mission to Dominican Republic as was part of a joint initiative of the Club de Madrid and the Instituto Nacional de Migración, chaired by Club de Madrid NetPLUSS member Dr. Florinda Rojas. 

Four CdM Members, two of them Nobel Laureates, to speak about peace in Bogotá

Oscar Arias, former President of Costa Rica, José Ramos-Horta, former President of Timor-Leste, and Andrés Pastrana and César Gaviria, both former Presidents of Colombia gather during the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.

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