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December 2012

Club de Madrid Annual Conference

Struggle Against Labor Trafficking of Women

Little Rock, USA. Former PM Campbell served as an initiator in the session titled, "Sharing responsibilities for an effective struggle against labor trafficking of women" at the Club de Madrid' Annual Conference: Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. The conference was convened at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA.

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted in our video player, but you can also watch it HERE.

Topic(s): Gender & Power


December 2012

Club de Madrid Annual Conf Closing Session - part 1

A Focus on Women

Prime Minister Campbell spoke at the closing session of the Club de Madrid's Annual Conference held in Little Rock, AR at the Clinton Presidential Center. The subject of this year's conference was Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. This is the first part of Ms. Campbell's comments. See part 2 for more about the Club de Madrid.

This video is also posted on Youtube HERE.

Topic(s): Gender & Power


December 2012

Club de Madrid Annual Conf Closing Session - part 2

The Club of Madrid

Prime Minister Campbell spoke at the closing session of the Club de Madrid's Annual Conference held in Little Rock, AR at the Clinton Presidential Center. The subject of this year's conference was Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. This is the second part of Ms. Campbell's comments. See part 1 for more about the advancement of women.

This video is also posted on Youtube HERE.

Topic(s): Democracy Development


September 2012

Order of British Columbia Investiture Ceremony

Campbell Receives OBC

Right Honourable Kim Campbell was invested into the Order of British Columbia by Premier Christy Clark along with eleven other extraordinary British Columbians. Lieutenant Governor Steven Point said of the award, “As our Province’s highest honour, the Order of British Columbia is our way of acknowledging the outstanding achievements of our citizens."

Ms. Campbell felt so honored to be recognized by her home province, and very much enjoyed the investiture ceremony in the capital city, Victoria, where she was surrounded by family, friends, and longtime supporters.

Topic(s): Miscellaneous


May 2012

25th Annual Testimonial Dinner

Prime Ministerial Perspectives

Over one thousand leaders from all sectors of Canadian society gathered to help celebrate the Public Policy Forum's 25th Anniversary at their Annual Testimonial Dinner on May 3rd in Toronto. Ms. Campbell was honored alongside her fellow living former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark, John Turner, Brian Mulroney, and Paul Martin. (Also honored, but unable to attend was Jean Chretien.)

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted in our video player, but you can watch it HERE

Topic(s): Politics: US & Canadian


April 2012

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher

Other guests: David Stockman, Matthew Continetti, Tavis Smiley, and Eric Klinenberg

Ms. Campbell was delighted to be invited back to Real Time with Bill Maher. Topics discussed included the "War on Women", the US economy, and the Trayvon Martin case, as well as Eric Klinenberg's new book, Going Solo.

 Kim Campbell on Real Time w Bill Maher

Her fellow guests were David Stockman, Matthew Continetti, Tavis Smiley, and Eric Klinenberg. Check out the web-exclusive Overtime segment.

(Note, if you are outside the US, you'll need to find it on the HBO website in your country. For instance, Canadians would go to HBO Canada. If it is like the US site, then look in Videos. Search for Real Time. Then look according to date: Apr 13, 2012. Sorry for the inconvenience, we just found out that these links are country-exclusive.)

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

© HBO 2012

© HBO 2012


April 2012

CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight

Gastown?

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight ventured West to do some shows from Vancouver, and although Ms. Campbell wasn't there at that time, she did tape a segment for them ahead of time. In the video below, she explains how B.C.'s largest city avoided being officially named after a guy called 'Gassy Jack'.

Topic(s): Miscellaneous

©CBC 2012

©CBC 2012

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