This approach places the best available scientific evidence at the center of policy development and implementation.
Club de Madrid Honorary Member and former UN Secretary-General (2007-2016) Ban Ki-moon will participate in a high-level dialogue on climate and development agendas with the Spanish Deputy Prime Minister for Ecological Transition, Teresa Ribera.
Club de Madrid President, Danilo Türk, participated in a panel discussion on the present and future of multilateralism
Club de Madrid Members Esko Aho (Prime Minister of Finland, 1991-1995) and Zlatko Lagumdzija (Prime Minister of Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2001-2002) participate in Ecosystems 2030 Summit in La Coruña (Spain)
Club de Madrid Member Hanna Suchocka (Prime Minister of Poland, 1992-1993) participates in the World Justice Forum, in The Hague, to explain why the world needs an International Anti-Corruption Court
Grand corruption has global dimensions and cannot be combatted by the affected countries alone.
Club de Madrid Member Vaira Vike-Freiberga also participated in the Q&A session, while warning that she has suffered a boycott attempt to the digital broadcasting of the event in her country.
The recent appointment of two of our Members to the United Nations High-Level Advisory Board on Effective...
18th March 2022 - Ukraine: No military solution "There is no military solution to this armed conflict and to its...
Democracy cannot be taken for granted. It has to be protected and supported by all means, at the domestic and...
Two Club de Madrid Members are part of the UN High-Level Advisory Board on Effective Multilateralism
The report proposes a Summit of the Future in 2023 to advance ideas for governance arrangements in certain areas that could be considered global public goods or global commons.
A law that promotes the identification of sites of memory of Afro-descendants and the cultural heritage of the Afro-Peruvian people.