On November 1, 2013, while giving remarks at the Pennsylvania Conference on Women, Secretary Clinton announced a new Clinton Foundation initiative, No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project.
Nearly 20 years ago at the UN World Conference on Women in Beijing, Secretary Clinton declared that "women's rights are human rights" and called for the full and equal participation of women.
The Clinton Foundation was founded on the belief that we could help people in the United States and around the world solve problems and seize opportunities faster, better, and at lower cost.
In 2012, we reached new milestones across our programs including: improving access to pediatric medicines in the developing world, increasing incomes for smallholder farmers in Africa, bringing new investment opportunity to Haiti, continuing to expand our climate change work to cities around the world, and reducing beverage calories in schools across the United States...Read More about How You Helped Build a Better World in 2012
The Clinton Foundation Millennium Network brings together the next generation of young leaders and philanthropists. We asked Joanna Spilker, a member of the Clinton Foundation Millennium Network Host Committee, a few questions about the importance...Read More about Clinton Foundation Millennium Network Connections
This story originally appeared on CNN.com on Sept. 23, 2012. The authors, Melanne Verveer; United States ambassador-at-large for global women's issues, and Penny Abeywardena; head of the Girls and Women program and associate director at the Clinton Global Initiative, both attended the 2012 CGI Annual Meeting on Sept. 23-25, 2012 in New York City. Women have finally arrived.Read More about Lift Up Women to Lift the World
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