I was in the audience when President Bill Clinton took the stage at the very first meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) back in 2005.
Navigating the Annual Meeting
Clinton Global Citizen Awards
Girls & Women Strategy Session
Opening Plenary Session
Confronting Climate Change is Good Economics
Valuing What Matters
Cities as Labs of Innovation
Putting Education to Work
Hult Prize Award Dinner
Equality for Girls and Women: 2034 Instead of 2134?
Closing Plenary Session
Aiming for the Moon and Beyond
various programming of the 2014 Annual Meeting:
- Designing Ideas: In these interactive sessions, members brainstorm and generate answers to specific “how” questions, creating forward-thinking solutions and refining new approaches to global challenges.
- Debates: By examining a selection of existing Commitments to Action through an interactive community debate, members challenge different approaches and leverage shared insights to maximize the impact of their work going forward.
- Commitment Pitches: Commitment-makers “pitch” their Commitments to Action to an expert panel, then network with the audience to rethink their current strategies, identify potential resources, and establish innovative partnerships.
- CGI Conversations: Developed with a variety of media partners, these panel discussions are moderated by news anchors and taped to air on an international news network at a later date.