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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

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2015 - CRANS MONTANA FORUM

CRANS MONTANA FORUM

June 10-13, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
For more than three decades, the Crans Montana Forum has been committed to build a more Humane and Impartial World.
 
This ambition is at the heart of the yearly June Crans Montana Forum, which represents a unique opportunity for Businesses and Government Officials to shape the global agenda and address our World’s major challenges.
 
Far from media and free of any protocol constraints, the yearly June Crans Montana Forum offers world’s leaders a private and confidential framework to implement their strategies, strengthen their relationship and build new cooperation.
 
Years after years the June session has become a world-renowned and unavoidable event on the agenda of every decision-maker.
 
For more information : info@montana30.org
2015 - THINK GLOBAL ACT LOCAL

THINK GLOBAL ACT LOCAL

June 10-13, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
A Special Program of the Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow will be organized in the framework of the 26th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum, to take place in Brussels (Belgium), from June 10 to 13, 2015.
 
It will be dedicated to :
 
Think Global and Act Local
News Leaders open to the World and Committed to Local Development
Time for Youth Has Come and Requires Concrete Actions
2015 - NIGHTMARE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

NIGHTMARE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

June 11, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
Under the Chair of Mrs. Marie-Louise Coleiro-Preca, President of the Republic of Malta, an Exceptional Session dedicated to the Migrations in the Mediterranean will take place in the framework of the 26th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum in Brussels (Belgium), on June 10 to 13, 2015.
 
The Mediterranean becomes every day a human underworld for thousands and thousands of desperate and exploited migrants condemned to die. Among them numerous children.
 
These broken lives undermine the dignity of the entire international community and the indifference that long pervaded is an intolerable insult to humanity.
 
In association with the African Women’s Forum and the New Leaders for Tomorrow, all Crans Montana Forum’s Initiatives join forces to explore the concrete actions to be implemented and put an end to this tragedy.
2015 - PORTS’ INTEGRATION & FREE ZONES

PORTS’ INTEGRATION & FREE ZONES

June 11, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
A Club of Ports’ Special Program will be organized in the framework of the 26th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum,to take place in Brussels (Belgium), June 10 to 13, 2015.
 
It will be dedicated to :
 
The World Integration of African Ports : Creating Regional and Continental Hubs
African Ports’ Modernization and Competitiveness :
Fostering Foreign Investment in a Globalization Context
The Role of Free Zones in the Development of Maritime Industry
2015- THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF WOMEN TO PREVENT EXTREMISM

2015- THE CRUCIAL ROLE OF WOMEN TO PREVENT EXTREMISM

June 12, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
The forthcoming African Women's Forum Special meeting will be held on the occasion of the 26th Annual Session of the Crans Montana Forum in Brussels (Belgium) from 10 to 13 June, 2015.
 
It will notably address :
 
Assessing the Today’s Efficiency of Family Education
Civic Behaviour vs. the Temptation of Extremism
How to Improve the New Family, Educational and Social Network ?
2015 - EMERGENCY SITUATIONS & TRANS-BOUNDARY COOPERATION

EMERGENCY SITUATIONS & TRANS-BOUNDARY COOPERATION

June 12, 2015. Brussels (Belgium)
In cooperation with Fondation Mérieux and following the Founding Meeting last March, the Club of Atlantic Africa organizes an exceptional program in Brussels (Belgium) next June 2015. It will be devoted to the management of natural and human disasters, and actions taken by Governments, businesses and NGOs to deal with these situations.
 
On this occasion, the following issues will be addressed :
 
Organizing the prevention and the management of Emergency situations
How to improve the trans- boundary Cooperation ?
Learning from Ebola while a resurgence of bird flu threatens West Africa
What is new about Regional Cooperation in Public Health?
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