College Students and Universities Make Commitments in New Orleans

President Bill Clinton gathered over 600 college students on the campus of Tulane University for the inaugural meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U).


Hear President Bill Clinton Speak

President Bill Clinton speaks at CGI U about the ability of the next generation of young leaders to address major global challenges and make lasting, positive change.


Share Your Thoughts: Help 7th Graders Become World Leaders

A member of the community is looking for input on what could be a very important and exciting project for a group of 7th graders in Illinois. Do you have suggestions for him?


We Want to Hear From You

We are pleased to launch the first version of Through this site we are hoping to inspire and grow a grassroots movement around public service, but we can't do that without YOU.more

CGI 2007 Blog

Check out the latest news and activity from the CGI conference on the CGI 2007 blog.


Juggling Political, Security, And Economic Needs After Conflicts

Today's first Poverty Alleviation session was "Emerging from Crisis and Investing in the Future," focusing on post-conflict economic reconstruction.


Internet Truth

At the end of his powerful, off the cuff remarks about climate change yesterday, Al Gore insisted that it was time to look people unblinkingly in the eye and tell the truth.


Entrepreneurship: Small Loans, Big Impact

CGI is about sound, accountable investments, leveraged for maximum impact.


Tough Questions

This morning after I scrambled to get to the opening plenary on time and squeezed myself into an already full table, I noticed the sign on the table highlighting the pre-plenary topic of discussion more

Creating Jobs By Empowering Individuals

Today's first Poverty Alleviation session was "Increasing Our Reach through Public-Private Partnerships." One of the speakers, Ciudad Saludable Executive Dir more


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