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... Barack Obama's speech to the Clinton Global Initiative in 2012 took place on September 25 ... As part of the Obama administration's followup to the speech to the Clinton Global Initiative, there was a 25-person discussion at the White House about how to eliminate human trafficking globally ...
... Clinton Global Initiative Advances University of the People Pledge to Democratize Higher Education in Haiti ... In August 2010, UoPeople was invited to become a member of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) ...
... Scott and his team at FiveCurrents have produced the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) annual meeting since its inception in 2005 ... catalyst for action bringing together a community of global leaders including heads of state, non-profit organizations, charities, and business leaders to devise and implement innovative ... The initiative culminates in an annual conference, at which each invited guest, as a condition of attendance, must make a specific commitment to address one of the focus areas discussed ...
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