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Adam Schultz / Clinton Global Initiative
Tuesday
Feb 10
2015

Announcing the 2015 CGI Theme and Two New Commitments to Action

Today, President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton announced the 2015 CGI theme along with two ambitious new Commitments to Action.

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Photo Credit: Brian Yip / Clinton Global Initiative
Thursday
Oct 09
2014

Help CGI Members Respond to the Ebola Outbreak (Video)

As the Ebola crisis continues to grow—with the death toll surpassing that of previous outbreaks combined—the international community seeks to fill critical needs and bolster the health systems in West Africa.

How ANN INC. Is Reimagining Its Investments in the Women Leaders of Tomorrow

May 8, 2014
ANN INC.'s Teresa Segarra on its women-led operation, the importance of engaging Millennials, and the company's commitment to empowering 100,000 women in the ANN INC. supply chain. Part 2 in the CGI series "Reimagining Girls' and Women's Empowerment Through Private-Sector Investment."

CGI U Students Work to Curb Sexual Assaults on Campus

May 1, 2014
Following a recently released report from the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, we highlight some of the commitments CGI U students are developing to better safeguard their schools.

How Walmart Is Reimagining Its Investments to Empower Girls and Women

Apr 29, 2014
Walmart’s Sarah F. Thorn on why ensuring gender inclusion makes good business sense, Walmart’s decision to change course, and the private sector’s edge in elevating the status of women. Part 1 of the series 'Girls' and Women's Empowerment Through Private-Sector Investment.'
Clinton Climate Initiative Improves Efficiency of Outdoor Lighting in C40 Cities

Jump-Starting America’s Workforce

Apr 3, 2014
On paper, our nation’s economic recovery looks solid. We’ve had 11 straight quarters of GDP growth and 48 straight months of private sector job growth. Unemployment is down and consumer confidence and spending is up.