October 20, 2003
On October 6, Rt. Hon. Kim Campbell chaired an MPI Forum, "Challenges of the Second Nuclear Age: Preserving Multilateralism, Advancing Disarmament" at the United Nations. Speakers included Mr. Nobuyasu Abe, Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs; Ambassador Sergio de Queiroz Duarte of Brazil; Ambassador Henrik Salander, Secretary-General of the Independent Commission on Weapons of Mass Destruction; and Senator Douglas Roche, O.C. The forum was attended by dozens of diplomats and NGOs.
Campbell at University of Pennsylvania
September 26, 2003
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As part of the University of Pennsylvania's Fox Leadership Program, Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell delivered a speech titled, "Leading as a Woman: What I Wish I Had Known Then".
Founded in 1999 through the generosity and vision of Penn Alumnus Robert A. Fox (C'52), the mission of the Robert A. Fox Leadership Program is to enrich the 21st century Penn undergraduate educational experience in ways that excite and equip students for present and future leadership roles in whatever realms of human excellence and endeavor may call them.
April 25, 2003
UNITED NATIONS, GENEVA—Kim Campbell, former Prime Minister of Canada, chaired a consultation with experts and ambassadors from more than 20 key countries on the eve of a two-week United Nations preparatory committee meeting of diplomats to assess the status of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
March 12, 2003
Toronto, Canada. Former Prime Minister Campbell spoke at York University: "The 21st Century – Where is John Holmes when we need him?"
Northeastern University - GFNA Speakers Series
February 27, 2003
"Kim Campbell, the first woman to serve as prime minister of Canada, spoke yesterday at Northeastern University about women as global leaders. Campbell's talk was part of a speaker series sponsored by Northeastern's women's studies program and the Gorbachev Foundation of North America, which is located at Northeastern's Renaissance Park. A champion of women's rights, Campbell is active in several organizations and is the chair of the Council of Women World Leaders. She has spent a great deal of time in Boston because her husband, Hershey Felder, the pianist and performer, has had two recent shows in the area." —By Carol Beggy & Al Young
February 27, 2003
Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell featured in a Harvard Gazette article in which she talks about gender bias.
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