The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) will feature more than 1,000 cross-sector leaders, over 100 speakers, more than 50 sessions addressing a range of global challenges, dozens of new Commitments to Action, and ten key ways for people around the world to engage online:
Join the Conversation with #CGI2015
Last year, more than 20,000 people actively participated in the meeting on social media, reaching an audience of over 200 million people. Join this year’s discussion with the official meeting hashtag #CGI2015.
Watch the Live Webcast
Tune-in for live webcasts of all Plenary Sessions and most Breakout Sessions at live.clintonglobalinitiative.org. View the full meeting agenda here, and join us for the Opening Plenary Session on Sunday, September 27th at 10:30am EST.
Share your Ideas for the #FutureofImpact
What do you think the future of impact will look like? What are the most important issues that demand the attention of the global community? Share your thoughts on social media using #FutureofImpact or at FutureofImpact.org for a chance to have your ideas featured by GOOD and in front of world leaders at the Annual Meeting.
Like CGI on Facebook for Special Meeting Moments
Join CGI on Facebook to see major moments and video highlights from the meeting.
See Commitments and Meeting Highlights on Instagram
In 2011, First Response Team of America committed to scale up its disaster response operations to better assist communities affected by disaster from day one. Responding to six storms across 16 cities, the commitment helped more than 15,000 people and saved nearly $3 million across U.S. communities by 2013. #CGI2015
Follow @ClintonGlobal to see both CGI commitment photos from the field and behind-the-scenes photos from the Annual Meeting.
Participate in the #CGI2015 Future Labs
At this year’s CGI Annual Meeting, a series of Future Labs will explore specific global challenges, ranging from girls’ education to the accessibility of medicine. You can be a part of the sessions by adding your own perspective to the conversation.
Pose Questions to Speakers in Plenary Sessions
Many of the Plenary Sessions will feature opportunities for online audiences to ask questions of the panelists. Tune-in to the sessions and tag your questions on social media using #CGI2015 or in the comments on Livestream.
Follow @ClintonGlobal on Twitter for Updates
Follow @ClintonGlobal to get the most recent news, quotes, and more from #CGI2015.
Hear What #CGI2015 Speakers Have to Say
We put together a Twitter list so you can easily follow and engage with #CGI2015 speakers who are active on Twitter.
Connect with the Clinton Foundation Across Social Media
Follow the Clinton Foundation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, as well as @BillClinton and @ChelseaClinton, for even more meeting highlights and to see how CGI commitments are making an impact around the world.