Continuing the Clinton Global Initiative model of collaboration, the 10th annual CGI U will bring together 1,000+ student leaders:

8 Inspiring Student Ideas to Jumpstart Action

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Watch how the Clinton Global Initiative community came together to improve 435 million lives in 180 countries. wjcf.co/2dM1T4r
"The central message of the work has been that everyone, whether a corporate CEO, a nonprofit leader, or an individual philanthropist, has a role to play in advancing the public good, nonprofit leaders said."
Read more in The Chronicle of Philanthropy: cgilink.org/2d7JESM

Clinton Global Initiative Winds Down on a Note of Optimism

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Africa’s elephants are in crisis. See what the Clinton Global Initiative community is doing to help. cgilink.org/2dRDEhR
“If we don’t stop demand for ivory, we will live in a world without elephants.” —Chelsea Clinton

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Chelsea Clinton’s Mission to Save the Elephant

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President Bill Clinton’s challenge to young leaders at CGI U: “Follow your heart as well as your head.” See 11 inspiring moments from 2016: wjcf.co/2h8QqdP
"Every student in attendance at the Clinton Global Initiative University event is an entrepreneur. As part of their admission to the program, they have committed to trying to solve a problem that they’re passionate about." cgilink.org/1MakT6Y

Bill Clinton to student entrepreneurs: ‘Don’t stop dreaming’

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Iron deficiency affects 3.5 billion people.

Gavin Armstrong—a CGI U student—developed a simple way to help:
435 million people in more than 180 countries are benefiting from commitments made by members of the Clinton Global Initiative community. cgilink.org/28U6QRT
"Advancing the full participation of girls and women is not only a matter of human rights; it is also a strategic global imperative."

At #CGI2016, a coalition of 30 partners announced 25 new commitments to address significant gender gaps. cgilink.org/2dmRQ0Y

Partnering for Girls, Women, and the Global Goals

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"It turns out former President Bill Clinton’s experiment worked. Taking philanthropy beyond the traditions of corporate social responsibility — “doing well by doing good” — is now the accepted norm for business 10 years later." cgilink.org/2cqy3vo

How CGI Changed the World By Changing Corporate Philanthropy

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It recently became easier for families to buy a home in Detroit. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at how it happened → cgilink.org/1QwyNMi

It Just Became Easier for Families to Buy a Home in Detroit

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See how a Clinton Global Initiative commitment is advancing #LGBT inclusion in the workplace → cgilink.org/2e3DZB6

A Call for All Global Companies to Come Out for LGBT Inclusion

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"The Clinton Foundation’s No Ceilings initiative is launching a multi-pronged effort to invest in women, address violence against women and girls, and promote female leadership with a coalition of major companies."

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Exclusive: Airbnb, P&G, and Unilever Are Partnering With the Clinton Foundation to Invest Over $70m in Women

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See how President Bill Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative community have transformed the landscape of modern philanthropy → cgilink.org/2cUvNyc

Celebrating Progress in Modern Philanthropy at the Clinton Global Initiative’s Final Annual Meeting

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President Bill Clinton: “Diverse partnerships make better decisions on new problems and challenges.”

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Bill Clinton on How Entrepreneurs Can Transform the Country

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Meet four young African innovators who are changing lives, communities, and a continent → cgilink.org/2eHlH3B
Watch how the Clinton Global Initiative community came together to improve 435 million lives in 180 countries. wjcf.co/2dM1T4r
"The central message of the work has been that everyone, whether a corporate CEO, a nonprofit leader, or an individual philanthropist, has a role to play in advancing the public good, nonprofit leaders said."

Read more in The Chronicle of Philanthropy: cgilink.org/2d7JESM

Clinton Global Initiative Winds Down on a Note of Optimism

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Thanks in part to some powerful musician friends, President Clinton has raised billions for good causes. He also has raised the ire of his wife’s political opponent. No matter, says a steadfast and chipper POTUS, who, on the eve of his organization’s closure, reflects on the highs and lows.

Bill Clinton on Billboard Cover: Defends Clinton Foundation, Talks Good Works With Jon Bon Jovi & Music Biz

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