Ideas into Action

Browse by:

Wednesday
Dec 11
2013

How the World Cup Can Improve Rights for Women

This week, President Bill Clinton is hosting top Latin American leaders from business, government, and NGOs in Rio de Janeiro for the Clinton Global Initiative Latin America meeting, to explore ways to strengthen the region’s progress – and apparently to talk sports, as well.

Tuesday
Dec 10
2013

Beyond the Ni/Nis: Preparing the Next Generation of Latin America's Leaders

Over the past 10 years, the world has watched the transformational growth of Latin America. Those following the epic "Latin American Decade," as it's been coined, find no shortage of gains, from its use of sustainable energy, to its pioneering social programs, to its swelling middle class.

Subscribe to RSS feeds from the Ideas Into Action Blog.

Why the Work Is Not Over For Latin America's Women Entrepreneurs

Dec 9, 2013
I am pleased that as I join President Bill Clinton for CGI Latin America this week—the Clinton Global Initiative’s first meeting outside of the U.S. since 2008—international leaders from every sector will explore a topic important to me, and to the future success of this region: how to increase Latin American women’s social and economic empowerment.

The 2013 CGI Latin America Meeting: Day 1 Highlights

Dec 9, 2013
Today, President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton convened the first day of the CGI Latin America Meeting in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Participants listened to panel discussions featuring regional and global leaders, engaged in interactive working sessions, and joined together to drive their commitment-making efforts forward.

Explore More Ways to Take Action

Albright Stonebridge Group The Coca-Cola Company Cisco Brown University Intel Corporation ExxonMobil Interfaith Youth Core U.S. Department of State Morgan Stanley CARE

Partners for a New Beginning

In 2010, Partners for a New Beginning (PNB) committed to broaden and deepen engagement between the United States and local communities abroad on … Read More