This week President Clinton made his fifth trip to Derry demonstrating his ongoing commitment to the peace process in Northern Ireland. President Clinton walked the Peace Bridge with Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume and his wife, Pat.
In commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, read how a 20-year-old City Year service leader is contributing to growing the tradition of youth service in South Africa.Read More about A Young Leader’s Reflections on Mandela, MLK, and Service in South Africa
As Black History Month comes to a close, we reflect on an historic moment of the civil rights movement and the story of the Little Rock Nine. On September 25, 1957, nine African American students in Little Rock, Arkansas, enrolled in the Little Rock Central High School. Due to their courageous efforts, these students were able to help integrate Little Rock Central...Read More about Celebrating the Little Rock Nine
The late 20th century will be remembered for the onset of dramatic economic, social, environmental and political changes which continue to challenge us at home and abroad. Though our increasingly interdependent global economy allowed people...Read More about Celebrating 20 Years of the Family & Medical Leave Act
Our 21st century world is more interdependent than ever, and it demands a new kind of citizenship: one where we work together to advance the common good and to build a stronger, more inclusive global community. One of the most rewarding parts about the work I do today, through my Foundation, is watching just how deeply...Read More about Turning Ideas Into Action
Yesterday, President Clinton visited Port-au-Price, Haiti, to see the progress of programs and announce new partnerships, which support the Clinton Foundation’s goals of capacity building, economic development and job creation. During his trip, President Clinton visited the Haiti Hotel School, the only hospitality school...Read More about Building Partnerships to Strengthen Haiti’s Economic Recovery