May 7, 2004
Award-winning Canadian anchor, Peter Mansbridge, interviews Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell. She talks about what she did after leaving politics and her new role as Secretary General of the Club of Madrid. The episode originally aired May 7, 2004. Visit Mansbridge One on One to learn more about the show.
April 23, 2004
Here the Mount Holyoke College Street Journal announces that Former Prime Minsiter Campbell will speak at their one hundred and sixty-seventh commencement on Sunday, May 23. Campbell will be joined by three other honorary degree recipients: Nadine Strossen, the president of the American Civil Liberties Union; Dorothy J. Height, a leader in the liberation struggle of African American women; and Nancy Skinner Nordhoff '54, philanthropist and founder of Hedgebrook, a writer's colony for women.
Campbell Attends Democrats in the Islamic World Conference
April 12, 2004
Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell attended the Congress of Democrats from the Islamic World in Istanbul, Turkey in April 2004. Delegates from predominantly Muslim countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East with practical experience in democratic governance gathered to discuss their personal experiences with democratic governance, highlight progress made in many predominantly Muslim countries and to address the challenges that face the movement toward democratic reform.
See the final report of the conference in the document below.
April 11, 2004
Former prime minister Kim Campbell was included on a list of history's 50 most important political leaders in the 2004 Almanac of World History, published by the National Geographic Society. The list includes Alexander the Great, Cleopatra, Abraham Lincoln and Winston Churchill.