Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy and Mr. Teddy Riner appointed Crans Montana Forum GOODWILL AMBASSADORSJuly 03, 2019
On the occasion of the Official Dinner of its thirtieth anniversary, held in Geneva on June 27 in cooperation with the Cercle des Ambassadeurs à Paris, and for the first time, the Crans Montana Forum appointed, among the many personalities who have made its reputation and respectability, two Goodwill Ambassadors:
- Mr. Philippe Douste-Blazy, former Minister of Health, of Culture and then of Foreign Affairs, now Under Secretary-General of the United Nations in charge of innovative financing for development
- Mr. Teddy Riner, judoka ten-time World champion, Olympic champion and five-time European champion, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Goodwill Ambassadors are personalities who are committed to using their national and international reputation to promote the ideals of the Crans Montana Forum.
Appointed by the Organization, Goodwill Ambassadors apply their talent and charisma to raise global awareness about the values that have represented the very dedication of the Crans Montana Forum since 1989, including the drive to achieve an ever-increasing respect for the fundamental values of democracy, freedom, human dignity and the burning desire to create a better and more humane world.
The actions of Goodwill Ambassadors enhance the visibility, credibility and effectiveness of the actions and mission of the Crans Montana Forum. They carry a humanistic mission and, in this sense, a permanent responsibility.