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+---Topic: Where in the world can we find good leadership today? started by CPNN Administrator


Posted by: CPNN Administrator on Dec. 31 1999,17:00

This discussion question applies to the following articles:

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< Le frère dominicain « Frei Betto » lauréat du Prix UNESCO/José Martí 2013 >
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< Dominican friar Frei Betto to receive 2013 UNESCO/José Martí Prize >
< The Elders debate ethical leadership (South Africa) >
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< 16 Days of Activism: Julienne Lusenge, Democratic Republic of Congo >
< 16 Days of Activism: Meet Marjorie Lafontant, Haiti >
< Minister Nkoana-Mashabane pays tribute to former President Nelson Mandela (South Africa) >
< Nobel Women’s inspirational women activists from around the globe >
< Mandela is the new Africa >
< “Human Rights and 23rd Century Movement” Interview with Marta Benavides >
< Search for Common Ground announces leadership transition >
< Y Federico Mayor volvió a la UNESCO >
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< Support Richard Branson’s Ukraine dialogue initiative >
< USA: Julian Bond (1940-2015): Remembering Civil Rights Freedom Fighter Who Chaired NAACP, Co-founded SNCC >
< Healing Memories: An Exchange With Peacemaker Mohamed Sahnoun >
< USA: Father Daniel Berrigan, z’l dead at 94 >
< Annual Report of The Elders >
< Developing Nations Seek Tax Body to Curb Illicit Financial Flows >
< Ecuador calls upon the G77 to address the problems of the planet >

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Posted by: hraisz on Mar. 23 2005,09:43

Thank you for honoring the President of Senegal. So much of the news of Africa is disheartenening. CPNN is devoted to correcting this imbalance. I will read your article and try to inform my friends of the important work being done by leaders such as Wade.
Posted by: hraisz on Oct. 13 2006,21:04

perhaps the question should be where can we find a good environment for leadership to emerge? Thanks for reporting on the meeting in Havana. It seems that Cuba provided the infrastructure for leaders to meet productively, e.g. the leaders of India and Pakistan.
Posted by: CPNN Administrator on Nov. 26 2013,15:00

Once again, as they have done now each year since 2009, the < Nobel Women's Initiative > provides biographies of 16 women leaders involved in local action for peace and justice around the world, and in particular to stop violence against women.  Last year's biographies were listed in the < CPNN discussionboard >.
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