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Friday, October 31, 2014

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2014 - GLOBAL SECURITY & EDUCATION

GLOBAL SECURITY & EDUCATION

October 15, 2014. Geneva (Switzerland)
A Special one-day meeting hosted by Empowerment Support Initiative, chaired by Mrs. Judith Amaechi, First Lady of the Rivers State (Nigeria) was held in Geneva (Switzerland), on October 15, 2014 in association with the Crans Montana African Women’s Forum.
 
This Special Program was dedicated to :
 
GLOBAL SECURITY & EDUCATION
KEY TO A BETTER CITIZENSHIP
 
It highlighted the key role of Early education, Gender equality and Food security  to prevent conflicts and build future Citizens.
2014 - NEW LEADERS FOR TOMORROW

NEW LEADERS FOR TOMORROW

October 17, 2014. Geneva (Switzerland)
A Special Program of the Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow was held on the occasion of the Homeland & Global Security Forum in Geneva (Switzerland), October 16, 2014.
 
This Special Meeting, in association with ISESCO and UNESCO, notably addressed the crucial role of Young Leaders in the fight against Terrorism, with a Focus on Sahelo-Saharan Zone, as long as Education, Science and Culture as stability‘ s driving forces.
 
New Members of the New Leaders’ Class 2014 have also been officially appointed on this occasion.
2014 - GOVERNMENTS ADDRESSING THE EBOLA VIRUS ISSUE

GOVERNMENTS ADDRESSING THE EBOLA VIRUS ISSUE

October 17, 2014. Geneva (Switzerland)
In cooperation with Fondation Mérieux, the forthcoming Homeland & Global Security Forum to be held in Geneva from October 15 to 17, will gather Ministers, notably Ministers of Health, International Organizations, Pharmaceutical Laboratories as well as Researchers and Experts, to address this challenge of the utmost importance.
 
It will offer a unique platform to discuss about the necessary coordination of means at both regional and international levels to curb Ebola outbreak, prevent its spreading and open the ways of curative therapies and a potential vaccine.
2014 - MARITIME INDUSTRY & THE MIDDLE EAST

MARITIME INDUSTRY & THE MIDDLE EAST

October 17, 2014. Geneva (Switzerland)
Club of Ports’ Special Program was organized in the framework of the Homeland & Global Security Forum in Geneva (Switzerland), on October 17, 2014.
 
This event, co-organized with the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries, has gathered key decision makers in the Maritime Industry, in order to discuss the links between the Maritime Industry in Africa and in Middle East, with a special focus on Hydrocarbons’ Transport and fight against maritime Piracy.
 
OAPEC
 
By decision of the Club of Ports’ Strategic Committee, the Crans Montana Forum is also pleased to announce that Labels for Excellence were awarded to :

MOST DYNAMIC PORT IN THE PACIFIC AREA
Honiara Port (Solomon Islands)
 
MOST DYNAMIC SHIPPERS COUNCIL
Office de Gestion du Fret Multimodal (DR Congo)
2015 - HIGH LEVEL PANEL ON MIGRATIONS

HIGH LEVEL PANEL ON MIGRATIONS

February 6, 2015. Valletta (Malta)
2015 - CRANS MONTANA FORUM ON AFRICA

CRANS MONTANA FORUM ON AFRICA

March 11-13, 2015. Dakhla (Morocco)
THE CRANS MONTANA FORUM WORKS TIRELESSLY
FOR PEACE AND A BETTER WORLD !
 
For thirty years, the Crans Montana Forum has been close not only to African major concerns but also to its essential hopes! It has gathered, one year or another, all African countries without exception and the highest political leaders of the Continent.
 
The Forum has constantly deplored everything that can harm the harmonious development of a Continent, potentially rich, and whose natural resources, unique in the world, come out to the open sea!
 
The Forum has decided to make an act of peace and try a demonstration, based on common sense, wisdom, and the return to the true values. By achieving this, it wants to make a contribution to building a hoped better world for the expected happiness of all men and women of Africa.
 
Given its history in Africa and the friendship that it has continuously created among all players in the Continent, only the Crans Montana Forum has a chance to open dialogues, totally informal but useful, and perhaps, to move the lines where hope has often deserted minds. We must try because AFRICA 2050 is the ultimate goal! Until then everything must change!
 
The younger generations want realism, hope, constructive intelligence and useful tools to improve their lives and secure their personal and social environments. Today we must get over with anything that is not directly useful to the everyday life of Africans in order to pave the way for development, respect for the individual and global integration!
 
The Crans Montana Forum has chosen the city of Dakhla to hold its 2015 annual session on Africa and its Global integration.
 
Dakhla is indeed a model not only for the future of the region but also for Africa and has an outstanding strategic position as an economic and commercial hub. The necessary harmonious mobilization of all possible actors for its development will make this area shine as a focal point of West Africa.
 
It will be an exceptional opportunity for key representatives from Africa and the rest of the world, together with local populations, to meet, see and talk.
 
The aim is to create an opportunity to interact and share projects and visions for the future.
 
This dimension is also essential for key European and International players, as this exceptional Forum will provide an opportunity to assess the progress made by this Territory in the Economic and Social fields.
 
Far from the, unfortunately, traditional African conflicts, the region of Oued Ed-Dahab, offers a model and some perspectives that are undeniably benchmarks and references for the resolution of conflicts in Africa.
 

The aim of the Crans Montana Forum in Dakhla is to bring together Heads of State and Government, Ministers, International and Regional Organizations, Members of National and International Parliaments, Banking and Financial Institutions, Employers and Professional Organizations as well as Business decision-makers in order to address the major challenges and opportunities for Africa, not only at the continental level but also in the context of the South-South Cooperation, that brings together most of today Africa’s Partners.

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