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Question: Where in the world can we find good leadership today? CPNN article: President of Senegal Recognized as a Leader in Human Rights
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Posted: Dec. 31 1999,17:00

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President of Senegal Recognized as a Leader in Human Rights
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Posted: 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.
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Posted: 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.
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Posted: 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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