Hillary, Chelsea, and her husband Marc were on hand today at the British Consul General’s residence in New York for a a reception co-hosted by the Royal Foundation and the Clinton Foundation.  The event was dedicated to conservation, an issue to which the Clintons and Prince William are strongly dedicated.  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are on a brief visit to the New York metro area.

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According to this article, Hillary will deliver the keynote address at the American Camp Association Conference in Atlantic City on March 19.

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Hillary Clinton scheduled to speak in Atlantic City

Posted: Monday, December 8, 2014

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be in Atlantic City March 19 to speak at the world’s largest gathering of camp professionals, the New York and New Jersey section of the American Camp Association announced Monday.

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December 5, 2014

Hillary Clinton on U.S., Israel, and the Middle East

Approx. 57 min. Hillary Clinton on U.S., Israel, and the Middle East Hillary Rodham Clinton; Haim Saban Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton talked about Middle East issues with Haim Saban at the 2014 Saban Forum. Topics included the threat of terrorism, nuclear talks with Iran, the fight against of *ISIS, and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. * The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), also known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), is a militant group that has called itself the Islamic State.

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Dear Friend,

I’ve seen Bill take on many roles over the years — from father to grandfather, from public servant to philanthropist — but everything he’s done in his life has been tied together in his belief that if we work together, tomorrow can be better than today.

When Bill left the White House, he opened the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas with a vision to continue his life’s work of strengthening communities and empowering people everywhere to live their best life story.

This year we’re marking a full 10 years since the Clinton Presidential Center first opened its doors.

On behalf of the Clinton Foundation, I want to invite you to commemorate this moment, and to thank Bill for the lifetime of service that I hope you admire as much as I do.

Click here to send a personal note of congratulations to Bill to celebrate 10 years of the Clinton Presidential Center.

Bill has devoted his life to making sure people everywhere can achieve their dreams, whether it’s increasing access to life-saving HIV/AIDS medicine in Africa, helping children here in the United States live healthier lifestyles and overcome obesity, or helping more people in more places around the world get access to clean water, clean air, education, and economic opportunity. Bill has always believed we have to put people first, and that’s still at the core of the work we do here at the Clinton Foundation and at the Clinton Presidential Center. The measure is simple — are people better off than when we started? For millions around the world, the answer is yes.

I hope you’ll join me in saying thank you and congratulations on 10 years of the Clinton Presidential Center.

Send your personal note of celebration today.


Hillary Rodham Clinton

The Clinton Foundation also showed up in today’s news of the upcoming royal visit.


British Royal Couple’s New York Visit Is Set to Start This Weekend

… the duke will attend a reception focused on conservation issues, co-hosted by the Royal Foundation and the Clinton Foundation. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton are expected to attend.

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Speaking to an audience of 1,600 at the Boston Convention Center today, Hillary Clinton addressed equal pay,  paid leave, having it all, and took a few moments to chime in on the national discussion of recent grand  jury decisions in Ferguson and Staten Island.  The sold-out event was the 10th annual Massachusetts Conference for Women.

Hillary Clinton Backs Obama’s Post-Ferguson Policy Proposals

Hillary Clinton on Thursday endorsed President Barack Obama’s creation of a task force to examine police practices and encouraged the use of technology like body cameras to improve policing.

Her remarks about the police practices during a speech in Boston were her first in the wake of intense anger after grand juries opted against indicting police officers in the killings of black men in New York and Ferguson, Missouri.

“These tragedies did not happen in some far away place, they did not happen to some other people,” she said, speaking in Boston at a conference for women there. “These are our streets, our children, our fellow Americans and our grief.”

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Hillary was once again in Gaston Hall at Georgetown University this morning for an event hosted by the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security and the Institute for Inclusive Security.  She spoke on “Smart Power: Security Through Inclusive Leadership,”  and  the event was livestreamed.  Unfortunately,  the only announcement we found was this one dated yesterday, so it was impossible to provide folks with a heads-up.

Hillary Rodham Clinton to Speak on Security, Inclusive Leadership

December 1, 2014 – The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) and the Institute for Inclusive Security will host remarks on Wednesday by former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on “Smart Power: Security Through Inclusive Leadership.”

The talk, which will be webcast live on Dec. 3 and begins at 10 a.m., is part of the launch of the National Action Plan Academy, a partnership between the two institutes.

The new academy will explore how countries can craft strategies to help women rise into leadership roles on security issues.The Minister of Defence of the Kingdom of Norway Ine Eriksen Søreide will speak after Clinton, which will be followed by a panel discussion on the same theme.

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Hillary Clinton Lauds Female Leaders as ‘Agents of Change’

“Women leaders, it has been found, are good at building coalitions across ethnic and sectarian lines and speaking up for other marginalized groups,” the former secretary of state told attendees at a Georgetown University conference entitled “Smart Power: Security Through Inclusive Leadership.”

“It’s important to underscore this overriding fact: women are not just victims of conflict,” added Clinton, who is widely viewed as a potential first female president if she chooses to run in 2016. “They are agents of peace and agents of change.”

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Note to Dana Milbank, M. Scott Mahaskey, and others who chose to focus on attendance:  It is difficult to attract an audience to an unpublicized event. Here at Still4Hill we attempt to keep folks abreast of Hillary’s upcoming appearances.  We depend on a variety of newsfeeds for this information.  No one gets automatic updates on Hillary’s speaking engagements, and Hillary’s supporters do not have clairvoyant abilities to know when and where she is speaking.  Had this event been better publicized, attendance would have been as healthy as it has proven at other events.  Her speech tomorrow at the Massachusetts Conference for Women has been sold out since before news of it came through in a newfeed.


Just in from the Department of Flies-on-the-Wall…

President Barack Obama had an hour-long “catch-up” session Wednesday with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to “enjoy an informal discussion on a wide range of issues,” says a White House official.

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