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Friday
Mar 06
2015

How CGI U Students Are Changing the World Through Innovative Technology

This weekend at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) meeting, more than 1,000 young people will come together at the University of Miami to share and collaborate on their Commitments of Action.

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Photo Credit: Glenda Alfaro / Garbage to Gardens
Thursday
Mar 05
2015

Meet Four Young Leaders Who Are Making a Difference in Latin America

Over the past decade, members of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) community have made more than 700 Commitments to Action that have positively impacted people in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).

Five Smart Ways for the Private Sector and NGOs to Tackle Chronic Diseases Together

Sep 24, 2014

It’s no secret that noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancers, heart disease, diabetes, and asthma cause an increasing burden of death and disability in rich and poor countries alike.

Job One, Phase Two: Tapping the Talent of America’s Youth

Sep 23, 2014
Even six years out from the Great Recession, the economic challenges facing America’s youth are tremendous. Without targeted efforts to engage these young people, we’re losing a vital source of momentum for the recovery of our economy and stunting the potential of generations to come.

How Outdoor Classrooms are Empowering Vulnerable Children and Families

Aug 8, 2014
Nancy Rosenow, the executive director of the Dimensions Educational Research Foundation/Nature Explore, describes the tangible impact that outdoor classrooms can have on children’s healthy development.