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December 2009

To the Contrary

Black Caucus Criticism of Pres. Obama

 Ms. Campbell's experience as Canada's first female prime minister affords her interesting perspective on criticism that US President Obama received from the Black Caucus.  Other panelists on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary are the Heritage Foundation's Genevieve Wood, TheLoop21.com Managing Editor Danielle Belton, and Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer.

Topic(s): Gender & Power, Politics: US & Canadian

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December 2009

To the Contrary

Women on Corporate Boards

Ms. Campbell comments on why there are not more women on corporate boards, as well as why there should be.  Other panelists on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary are Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer; and The American Prospect's Ann Friedman.

Topic(s): Gender & Power, Miscellaneous

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© Copyright PBS - To the Contrary 2009


December 2009

To the Contrary

Diversity in Children's Entertainment

Ms. Campbell joins Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer; and The American Prospect's Ann Friedman commenting Disney's new film "The Princess and the Frog" on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary.

Unfortunately, we do not have the video in our player, but you can watch it HERE.

Topic(s): Gender & Power


October 2009

Intelligence Squared Debate

IQ2 - Capitalism is so 20th Century

Participating in one of the renowned Intelligence Squared debates, Ms. Campbell took the role of one of the speakers against the motion: "Free-market capitalism is so 20th century."  The event took place at the Royal Geographical Society in front of a sold-out crowd.  Other speakers included Ian Bremmer, Paul Mason, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Vince Cable MP, Stephen King and the debate was chaired by Rory Bremner.

Intelligence Squared debates aim to raise the level of public discourse on challenging issues and provide a forum for intelligent discussion, grounded in facts and informed by reasoned analysis. 

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

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October 2009

TV interview in Ethiopia

Women's Leadership for Peace and Security in Africa

This clip shows Frmr PM Campbell giving an interview to local press in Addis Ababa, Ethopia when she was there to co-chair, along with Mary Robinson, the Regional Workshop on Women’s Leadership for Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa on Oct 6-9, 2009.  This, the inaugural meeting of a 3-year initiative, was organised with the UN Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union Commission and the Club de Madrid partners (Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa, Isis-WICCE and the Institute for Security Studies).

This initiative was launched thanks to the support of the Governments of Norway and Germany and takes a strategic approach to harnessing the differences of female leadership at national, personal, professional and cultural levels –tapping a rich melting pot of ideas and activity across multiple skill sets and areas of expertise for transforming conflict.

Workshop activities included intensive training, thematic group work and high-level roundtable discussion to produce specific policy and action recommendations aimed at increasing the presence and impact of women in decision-making and peace processes in the Horn of Africa.

Visit the Club de Madrid's page about the project to learn more.

Topic(s): Gender & Power


August 2009

Recent Years - Various Appearances

Kim Campbell Reel

This video showcases Former Prime Minister Campbell on various different programs in recent years.

Topic(s): Miscellaneous


July 2009

Menocracy - Part I

Why Women Like Public Office

Gretchen Kelbaugh felt that governments in the US, UK and Canada do a bad job of representing the views of women, and so inspired by the spirit of her great-aunt, Militant Suffragette Gert Harding, she decided to try to do something about it. Her film, Menocracy, examines a wide variety of issues associated with women and politics. Kelbaugh interviewed Kim Campbell and features her unique experiences and fabulous wit in this fiercely independent film.

Topic(s): Gender & Power

 

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July 2009

Menocracy - Part II

Leadership Styles

Gretchen Kelbaugh felt that governments in the US, UK and Canada do a bad job of representing the views of women, and so inspired by the spirit of her great-aunt, Militant Suffragette Gert Harding, she decided to try to do something about it. Her film, Menocracy, examines a wide variety of issues associated with women and politics. Kelbaugh interviewed Kim Campbell and features her unique experiences and fabulous wit in this fiercely independent film

Topic(s): Gender & Power

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©2009 Copyright Story First Productions


April 2009

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part I

Gender Balance in Business etc

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as the issue of gender balance in the business world.

Topic(s): Gender & Power

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©2009 Canadian Club


April 2009

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part III

Women Gaining an Equal Voice

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as gender quotas in politics.

Topic(s): Gender & Power

©2009 Canadian Club

©2009 Canadian Club


April 2009

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part II

Limited Opportunities for Women in the Past

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as how some opportunities for young women were limited when she was in college.

Topic(s): Gender & Power

©2009 Canadian Club

©2009 Canadian Club


April 2009

The Agenda w/ Steve Paikin

Equal Voice EVE Award, Canadian politics etc

Right Honourable Kim Campbell interviewed on the Agenda with Steve Paikin April 29, 2009.  Visit the Agenda with Steve Paikin to learn more.

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

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©2009 tvo -- All Rights Reserved


February 2009

CBC eTalk

Promoting 2009 Canada's Next Great Prime Minister

Judges: Former Prime Ministers Campbell, Clark, Martin and Mulroney promoting 2009's Canada's Next Great Prime Minister.

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

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©2009 CBC-Canada


January 2009

CBC Radio

2009 the Q w/ Jian Ghomeshi (AUDIO ONLY)

Former Prime Minister Campbell makes an appearance on Q w/ Jian Ghomeshi on CBC Radio and talks about Canada's Next Great Prime Minister and what she's been doing since leaving politics.  (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

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© 2009 CBC Radio-Canada

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