Conf on Senate Reform: Time for Boldness
March 13, 2015
Edmonton, Canada. Ms. Campbell delivered the opening keynote address to the University of Alberta Centre for Constitutional Studies Time for Boldness on Senate Reform Conference. Ms. Campbell spoke about her experiences as a minister in Brian Mulroney's cabinet as well as her time as prime minister. She spoke about how her [Progressive Conservative] party, which of course was in power at the time, interacted with the Senate as they were proposing the free trade agreement with the US, as well as the Goods and Services Tax.
To learn more about the conference VISIT THE U OF A CTR FOR CONSTITUTION STUDIES PAGE or VISIT ARTHUR GRANT'S BLOGPOST ABOUT IT.
NCRI Women's Committee Int'l Women's Day Conference
March 7, 2015
Berlin, Germany. Frmr PM Campbell was a featured speaker at a conference convened by the National Council Resistance of Iran (NCRI) Women's Committee on the eve of International Women's Day 2015. Over 50 prominent political, social, cultural and religious figures from Germany, the US, Europe and Muslim countries spoke. Ms. Campbell's speech focused on her experience breaking down barriers as a female leader and how social science shows that including women in leadership and decision-making processes makes for better outcomes.
Rotary Club of Edmonton
February 23, 2015
Edmonton, Canada. Ms. Campbell spoke to the Rotary Club of Edmonton about Leadership and the new Peter Lougheed Leadership College, of which she is the Founding Principal.
Lougheed Leadership Network Future Focus session
February 20, 2015
Banff, Canada. Ms. Campbell attended an interesting gathering of diverse thought leaders to explore and identify challenges, requirements, and opportunities for the future of leadership and leadership development at the Peter Lougheed Leadership Institute at Banff Centre and beyond. Learn more about it HERE.
As you know Campbell is the Founding Principal of the Peter Lougheed Leadership College at the University of Alberta. The college and the institute are each one half of the Peter Lougheed Initiative which aims to leverage the respective strengths of these two organizations to create one of the preeminent leadership and learning opportunities in the world.
Canadian Club of Edmonton
February 18, 2015
Edmonton, Canada. The Canadian Club of Edmonton was pleased to host Ms. Campbell, who spoke about her new role as the Founding Principal of the Peter Lougheed Leadership College at the University of Alberta.
Rotary Club of Edmonton West
February 2, 2015
Edmonton, Canada. The Edmonton Rotary Club West welcomed Ms. Campbell, who spoke about Leadership as well as her new role as the Founding Principal of the Peter Lougheed Leadership College at the University of Alberta.
Women's Leadership in Peace and Security
January 30, 2015
Edmonton, Canada. Frmr PM Campbell spoke at the University of Alberta's 2015 International Week about “Women's Leadership in Peace and Security”.
MORE ABOUT HER REMARKS: Security cannot be effectively discussed or achieved with the involvement of only half of humanity. This statement may sound like common sense, but it was the call to action from the International Women Leaders Global Security Summit co-chaired by Kim Campbell in 2007. Unfortunately, even today it is the norm for women to be excluded from efforts to address conflicts, as well as the essential task of building stability and peace following them. Ms. Campbell will draw on her experience leading a project that brought women from the Horn of Africa together to develop their individual and collective capacity to address security and peace issues. As stated in that project, "Women represent a crucial resource for peace and stability", therefore issues of peace building cannot be separated from those of women´s political and economic empowerment and sustainable development.
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