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BOSTON, Mar. 19 /CSRwire/ – The Shared Value Initiative is thrilled to announce that former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will headline the 2018 Shared Value Leadership Summit on May 1-2, 2018 at the Conrad New York. Secretary Clinton will be joining other thought leaders and engaging in a dialogue on the role of business to drive scalable solutions to societal challenges, and on broader trends in the socio-political conditions that make now the time for business to innovate for shared value.

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The ninth annual Women in the World Summit will take place April 12-14, 2018 at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center in New York City. The event is presented and co-hosted by Toyota. Watch videos from the entire 2017 Summit above.

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The 2018 Summit is generously supported by presenting sponsor Toyota; leadership sponsors AT&T, The Boston Consulting Group, Mastercard, P&G and UBS; supporting sponsor Thomson Reuters; and media sponsor The New York Times.

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March Madness, and the gym is too small!

NEW BRUNSWICK — Tickets for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s appearance at Rutgers University were in such high demand that the school moved it to a larger location.

The school announced on Monday that rather than holding the March 29 event at the College Avenue Gymnasium, it will instead be held at the Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway. The Eagleton Institute of Politics said the move was being made “due to the extraordinary level of interest” in the program.

The College Avenue Gym, also know as The Barn, can hold up to 2,500. The building serves as the home site for the Rutgers volleyball team. The Rutgers Athletic Center, also known as the RAC, has a capacity of 8,000 and is the home for the basketball, wrestling, and gymnastics teams.

Students, faculty, and staff will be able to register for tickets to the event on Wednesday at 2 p.m. The public will be able to register for remaining tickets at 2 p.m., March 20. Links for tickets will be posted on the institute’s social media channels, and everyone who already reserved a ticket will have a new one re-issued prior to the event. Current ticket holders will get an update on their new tickets by email, according to the school.

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By Chasity Cooper.

We’re excited to announce that former U.S. Senator from New York, Secretary of State, and first woman presidential nominee from a major party Hillary Clinton will deliver the keynote speech at the Assembly on April 27, 2018.This year’s theme, Big Ideas that Can’t Wait,” will feature a series of discussions with leading policy makers and innovative thinkers on the ideas from the Fourth Regional Plan that are ripe for immediate action.

“We are honored to have Hillary Clinton back in New York, inspiring us with a lifetime spent turning ideas into action,” said Tom Wright, president of Regional Plan Association. “Ms. Clinton has a long and distinguished track record of getting things done—from the creation of the Children’s Health Insurance Program to fight childhood poverty, to strengthening the U.S.’s commitment to fighting climate change, to securing the funding to rebuild after 9/11 and fighting for the first responders who risked their health to help. RPA hopes to learn from her leadership as we plot a course to move the Fourth Regional Plan into action.”

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Hillary is traveling this weekend and making appearances along the way. She is headed to Australia and New Zealand next.

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THE HAGUE, Netherlands- Hillary Clinton has warned that the Trump administration “was not recognizing the danger” in discussing nuclear disarmament with Pyongyang, and said Washington lacked experienced diplomats to handle the talks.

“If you want to talk to Kim Jong Un about his nuclear weapons you need experienced diplomats,” Clinton was quoted as telling Dutch tabloid Algemeen Dagblad in an interview published Saturday.

“These are people familiar with the dossiers and who know the North Koreans and their language,” Trump’s presidential rival said in an interview conducted in Amsterdam and published in Dutch.

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Hillary Clinton praises Modi for Paris deal, calls Donald Trump’s decision shameful

Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today said that President Donald Trumps decision to pull out of climate change deal signed by world leaders in Paris summit in 2015 was shameful. In a discussion at India Today Conclave 2018 in Mumbai, she praised the role played by India in taking the leadership role at Paris climate summit.

She said it is shameful that the US is the only country in the world that is not in Paris agreement, which is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) for dealing with greenhouse gas emissions. It also covers the aspects of carbon emissions mitigation, adaptation and finance in two years time from now.

She, however, praised the role India played in inking the Paris climate deal and making sure that it stays in place even though the US withdrew from it. Clinton said that the Indian government took every other country on board to create awareness about the perils of climate change.

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Sonia Gandhi, Hillary Clinton to address India Today Conclave in Mumbai
Mumbai, March 3 (IANS) Former Congress President Sonia Gandhi will address a special session of the 17th India Today Conclave scheduled here on March 9-10, an official said on Saturday.

She is likely to share her views on this year’s conclave theme — The Great Churn. Triumphs and Tribulations’, and will be her second appearance at the event after 2004, Kalli Purie, Vice-Chairperson of India Today Group and Conclave Director, said.

“Sonia Gandhi has travelled a long way since the last time she came to the conclave 14 years ago. Stronger and wiser, she has had a ringside view of our country and will be a delight to listen to,” Purie said.

Besides Gandhi, some of the other speakers include former US Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton, Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Dharmendra Pradhan, Punjab and Rajasthan Chief Ministers Amarinder Singh and Vasundhara Raje respectively, and NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant.

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Tickets will be free to Rutgers students, faculty, and staff.

Hillary Clinton to Give a Public Talk At Rutgers University

Hillary Clinton to Give a Public Talk At Rutgers University

Hillary Clinton will make a rare appearance at Rutgers University to talk about politics, American democracy, her career and women’s role in the political movement.

The university’s Eagleton Institute of Politics will host the talk on March 29. The former secretary of state, senator, first lady and presidential candidate will speak at the College Avenue Gym at the New Brunswick, New Jersey, campus.

Clinton will talk with Eagleton director Ruth Mandel about her years in public life, the institutions of government, her political career and her role in shaping women’s political history, according to the Eagleton Institute.

Clinton will visit the university as the Eagleton Institute’s 2017-2018 Clifford P. Case Professor of Public Affairs.

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