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On Wednesday, September 21, former Belarusian presidential candidate Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya spoke about her efforts to advocate for fair elections in Belarus and promote democracy in Ukraine.

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On Thursday, Alok Sharma, President of COP26, discussed climate anger, the pressing need for aggressive action, and the hope he sees in the young generation.

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On Monday, Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Commission, talked about the importance of a green energy transition for democracy and international security in a conversation moderated by Jason Bordoff.

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EEOC goes global for this week’s very special edition, featuring events from Columbia’s 2022 World Leaders Forum!

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Continuing our World Leaders Forum coverage, staff writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz attended a Q&A with Erna Solberg, who emphasized the need for global cooperation.

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Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events excluded from our calendar or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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Continuing our World Leaders Forum coverage, staff writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz reflects on an event where the Greek Prime Minister spoke on a range of topics. 

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UN Secretary-General António Guterres spoke yesterday about addressing climate change, stressing the need to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. Staff writer Grace Fitzgerald-Diaz attended the event, which like other events that are part of the World Leader’s Forum was virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Here at Bwog, we do our best to bring your attention to important guest lecturers and special events on campus. If you notice any events excluded from our calendar or have a correction, let us know in the comments or email events@bwog.com.

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On Thursday, September 26th, Rwandan President Paul Kagame attended President Bollinger’s annual World Leaders Forum. This forum offers students the chance to hear preeminent global figures and to be exposed to different viewpoints. Deputy Science Editor Sarah Braner attended. 

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Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia,  joined Columbia’s World Leaders Forum to speak on multilateralism and rule of law. The University received criticism from pro-Israel groups on campus for this invitation of Prime Minister Mohamed, who has long been accused of holding and expressing anti-Semitic views, which became one of the hot topics during […]

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As part of the World Leaders Forum taking place at Columbia this week, leaders gathered for a Global Health Security event featuring a keynote speaker, a moderated panel discussion, and an open Q and A session. Bwogger Lori Luo reports.

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Last week, a number of powerful world leaders flocked to Columbia’s campus to participate in the university’s annual World Leaders Forum. To continue our coverage of the Forum, we sent new staffer Megan Wylie to see the current president of Austria, Dr. Alexander Van der Bellen. I went to His Excellency Dr. Alexander Van der […]

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