Where in the world can we find good leadership today?

As we look back over the past few years of CPNN articles, we find many good leaders in the world today. The photo above comes from The Elders, the group of leaders organized under the sponsorship of Nelson Mandela before his death. Below we find articles from the Group of 77 Nonaaligned Nations and UNASUR, as well as many leading individuals, some of which we only come to recognize when they have died, such as Father Berrigan, Julian Bond, not to mention Nelson Mandela. Others are still alive and we need to learn from their wisdom, such as Mohamed Sahnoun, Federico Mayor and the Nobel Women.

Here are the CPNN articles on this subject:

CJP co-founder and first director John Paul Lederach awarded Niwano Foundation Peace Prize

Mohamed Sahnoun, 1931-2018: Advisor for Culture of Peace

UNESCO Awards Jose Marti Prize to Roberto Fernandez Retamar

Dublin: Global Campaign Against US/NATO Military Bases

Rigoberta Menchú speaks at the UN about obstacles to the culture of peace

David Swanson Awarded 2018 Peace Prize of the US Peace Memorial Foundation

Uri Avnery, leader of the Israeli peace movement Gush Shalom, 1923-2018

As UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan Stressed Need For Culture Of Peace

The Elders mourn the loss of Kofi Annan

INTERVIEW: ‘Defend the people, not the States’, says outgoing UN human rights chief

South Africa: Sisulu – UN Security Council Tenure Will Be Dedicated to Mandela’s Legacy

Pakistan: Asma Jahangir, Champion Of Human Rights, Critic Of Pak Army, Dies At 66

Ecuador calls upon the G77 to address the problems of the planet

Pope Francis meets ‘The Elders’ to discuss global concerns

The Spiritual Sources of Legal Creativity: The Legacy of Father Miguel d’Escoto

Gandhi Peace Award to Omar Barghouti and Ralph Nader

16th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

XVI Cumbre Mundial de Premios Nobel de la Paz

Developing Nations Seek Tax Body to Curb Illicit Financial Flows

Annual Report of The Elders

USA: Father Daniel Berrigan, z’l dead at 94

Healing Memories: An Exchange With Peacemaker Mohamed Sahnoun

USA: Julian Bond (1940-2015): Remembering Civil Rights Freedom Fighter Who Chaired NAACP, Co-founded SNCC

Support Richard Branson’s Ukraine dialogue initiative

Federico Mayor once again at UNESCO

Y Federico Mayor volvió a la UNESCO

Search for Common Ground announces leadership transition

“Human Rights and 23rd Century Movement” Interview with Marta Benavides

Mandela is the new Africa

Nobel Women’s inspirational women activists from around the globe

Minister Nkoana-Mashabane pays tribute to former President Nelson Mandela (South Africa)

16 Days of Activism: Meet Marjorie Lafontant, Haiti

16 Days of Activism: Julienne Lusenge, Democratic Republic of Congo

16 Days of Activism: Meet Visaka Dharmadasa, Sri Lanka

16 Days of Activism: Meet Hania Moheeb, Egypt

The Elders debate ethical leadership (South Africa)

Dominican friar Frei Betto to receive 2013 UNESCO/José Martí Prize

El dominico brasileño Frei Betto gana el premio UNESCO/José Martí 2013

Le frère dominicain « Frei Betto » lauréat du Prix UNESCO/José Martí 2013

Journée Internationale Nelson Mandela pour la liberté, la justice et la démocratie

Nelson Mandela Día Internacional por la paz, la democracia y la libertad

On International Day, UN honours Nelson Mandela’s work for peace, justice, equality

President Morales Stresses Historic Nature of Unasur

Latin Leaders Plan for Union Based on Culture of Peace

What do we tell our children about war?

The Nobel Peace Prize to Mohamed Yunus and the people of Bangladesh

Peace Walkers – Peaceful Voices of Dissent

Summit Conferences in Havana and New York

President of Senegal Recognized as a Leader in Human Rights

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