Friday, November 05, 2010

Global Leadership Foundation meeting in Amman

"Annual Session of the Global Leadership Foundation:

The former prime minister Moustapha Niasse, a member of the Global Leadership Foundation, will participate, 5, 6 and 7 November 2010 in Amman, capital of the Kingdom of Jordan at the Annual Meeting of the Foundation. This session was a release of this foundation will bring together this year 'the invitation' of His Majesty King Abdullah of Jordan, leaders and senior officials from the five continents, who have held positions of leadership or still occupy in their respective countries. The Foundation is chaired by Frederik De Klerk, former President of the Republic of South Africa, and its honorary president is the man of South African statesman Nelson Mandela. Still according to the same source, the foundation is led, among others, Mr. Joe Clark, former Canadian Prime Minister, Moustapha Niasse, former Prime Minister of Senegal, Chester Crocker, who headed the Africa department at the U.S. State Department Mrs Linda Chalker, the British Foreign Office, Lakhdar Brahimi, the Algerian statesman, Mr. Javier Solana, a Spanish national and Head of External Relations of the European Union and the former Prime Minister of Jamaica, Mr. Patterson.

'This group will look for three days in Amman on political and economic issues related to the changing world in order to propose solutions to the issue of conflicts between states and within states, on effects of globalization, new information technologies and communications, sustainable development, economic imbalances in international trade of transnational exchanges, training of future elites and peace ', informs the press of the Global Leadership Foundation .

On African issues, we learn, Moustapha Niasse of Senegal and Chester Crocker of the United States' lead and facilitate the discussion, after presenting each a communication orientation, while Joe Clark and Patterson will discuss the situation on all these issues in the Caribbean area and in North America and South America. Lakhdar Brahimi, the Algerian diplomat well known internationally and in the actions of the UN, and Javier Solana, who has had to manage several areas of conflict on behalf of the European Union will introduce the topic on the Middle East '.

Note that the program of the Foundation for Global Leadership for the biennium 2011-2012, will be developed, discussed and adopted in Amman, 'and will implement the various selected modules, on five continents. "

The Foundation for Global Leadership has its headquarters in London, Great Britain, and hold each year, the General Assembly. 'Its members are selected without any action by states, for their experience and knowledge of major issues in the world', the statement said adding that the work of the Global Leaders Foundation are subject to the International Organizations and UN System at continental and regional institutions like the African Union and the European Union, as well as Carecom to South America and the Caribbean."

George Nesta DIOP, Link

membership list of Global Leader Foundation

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