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December 8, 2008


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Sofia, Bulgaria. On Monday, December 8, 2008, the Bulgarian School of Politics hosted Former Prime Minister Campbell as a special guest lecturer. Ms. Campbell spoke about the challenges facing political leaders of the 21st century and specifically, what skills are essential for an effective leader.

 
"Kim Campbell is one of the most compelling, forceful and interesting lecturers that has ever spoken to our students at the Bulgarian School of Politics…” – Sofia, J. Dimitry Panitza, Founder and Honorary Chair of the Bulgarian School of Politics, December 8, 2009
 
The Bulgarian School of Politics, founded in 2001, is a non-governmental nonprofit organization with public benefit purposes. Its mission is to support the creation of a community of civic and political leaders with an active stand in the national, European and global public life, devoted to contemporary democratic values based on pluralism, tolerance and informed debate.  Through seminars, conferences and leadership development initiatives, the School seeks to promote democracy and democratization of government action in Bulgaria, the countries of the Balkans and the Black Sea region.
  
Founder and Honorary Chair of the Bulgarian School of Politics, Sofia, J. Dimitry Panitza says "Kim Campbell is one of the most compelling, forceful and interesting lecturers that has ever spoken to our students at the Bulgarian School of Politics. Her captivating personality, her broad political experience, her knowledge of international affairs, her extraordinary ability to field questions with alacrity and respect for her audience, her sincerity, sense of humor and warmth, brought the house down. She is truly a unique guest speaker, and a rare person to know."
 
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