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September 2014

Hallie Cotnam interviews Frmr PM Campbell

CBC Radio's Ottawa Morning

Frmr PM Campbell speaks about being the first female prime minister of Canada as well as her proposal for instant equality for the number of women in parliament.

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW HERE.

June 2014

All for Freedom

Conference for Democratic Change in Iran

Paris, France. Frmr PM Campbell was a featured speaker at the recent Conference for Democratic Change in Iran. Speakers from all over the world came to participate in the conference, which is held every year in June. In her speech Ms. Campbell harkened back to her experience in Soviet Studies to say that none of the experts knew when the Soviet Union would fall and the same could be true for Iran. She also referred to a recent article written by Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs John Baird, which pointed out that President Rouhani has NOT kept the promises he made when he assumed office a year ago. Ms. Campbell noted that many had been hopeful when Rouhani had taken office... that perhaps he might usher in new democratic reforms. Unfortunately, he has not lived up to those hopes. "So much for being the Iranian Gorbachev" said Ms. Campbell.

Ms. Campbell concluded her speech by saying, "Pay attention. Be brave. Be ready. We'll be there with you."

Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our player, but... WATCH MS. CAMPBELL'S SPEECH HERE.

Learn more about the conference here.

June 2014

Simon Fraser University Convocation

2014 SFU Honorary Degree

Vancouver, Canada. Simon Fraser University awarded Ms. Campbell with an honorary degree, and she spoke at their convocation. During her address she encouraged graduates to exercise their democratic rights such as voting in order in order to preserve and protect the right to question and investigate. --rights which were necessary for their studies and are not available in some other countries. She spoke of her work with the World Movement for Democracy, members of which who are risking their lives for such rights.

Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our player, but... WATCH MS. CAMPBELL'S SPEECH HERE.

April 2014

Explaining PLLC

Breakfast TV Edmonton

Ms. Campbell spoke about her new role as the Founding Chair of the Peter Lougheed Leadership College and even made a pact with Breakfast TV Host Ryan Jespersen that she would come back some time and co-host the show. Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our player, but... WATCH MS. CAMPBELL'S APPEARANCE ON BREAKFAST TV HERE.

 

March 2014

NCRI Women's Day 2014

NCRI Women's Committee Conference

Paris, France. Frmr PM Campbell was a featured speaker at a conference on the occasion of International Women's Day. Speakers from all over the world came together with a "special focus on the plight of women in Iran under religious fundamentalist rule." The event was organized by several human rights and humanitarian organizations with particular concern for the rights of women. In her speech Ms. Campbell warned against the fact that "religious fundamentalism is always based on the repression of women" and that "Society cannot be half free... societies need women as political leaders." Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our player, but... WATCH MS. CAMPBELL'S SPEECH HERE.

Learn more about the NCRI Women's Committee Women's Day Conference 2014 HERE.

February 2014

Promoting Shared Societies: Inclusion in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Brookings/Club de Madrid Shared Societies Panel

Brookings and the Club de Madrid convened a high-level panel to discuss how social inclusion should fit into the post-2015 development agenda. Panelists included Club of Madrid members: Kim Campbell, Frmr PM of Canada; Wim Kok, Frmr PM of the Netherlands; and Cassam Uteem, Frmr Pres of Mauritius. They were joined by Santiago Levy, VP for Sectors and Knowledge at the Inter-American Development Bank and John Podesta, a frmr member of the High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Brookings Senior Fellow Homi Kharas moderated the discussion.

Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our player, but...

YOU CAN WATCH IT HERE

or

YOU CAN LISTEN TO IT HERE.

August 2013

Campbell on Canadian High Artic Cruise

Lindblad Expedition/National Geographic

Ms. Campbell shares her reflections on the cruise that she did that explored Greenland, Baffin Island, Newfoundland and Laborador.

Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our video player, but you can watch it HERE.

 

April 2013

Margaret Thatcher

PBS Newshour

Ms. Campbell was asked to comment on the legacy of Margaret Thatcher, the UK's first female prime minister, on PBS's Newshour.

Unfortunately, we do not have the file to post in our video player, but you can watch it HERE.  

Watch Remembering Margaret Thatcher: Pioneering Female Politician on PBS. See more from PBS NewsHour.

March 2013

2013 International Women's Day

CTV News

CTV News invited Ms. Campbell to speak about the state of the issue of the Advancement of Women. Bottom line: "It's a mixed bag." There are changes happening, but in many parts of the world, women are seen as property. Unfortunately, we do not have the video file to post here in our video player, but you can watch it HERE ON THE GLOBE AND MAIL WEBSITE.

March 2013

Prime Ministerial Debrief

Global News: The West Block

On a recent trip to Canada, Frmr PM Campbell was interviewed by The West Block's Tom Clark. Topics discussed included the Canadian Senate and Canada's place in the world.

Unfortunately, we don't have the video file to post here in our video player, but you can watch the video HERE.

February 2013

CdM's Shared Societies Project

UN Commission on Social Development

In collaboration with the Division for Social Policy and Development (UNDESA), the Club de Madrid organized a side-event at the 2013 UN Commision for Social Development. Kim Campbell, former Prime Minister of Canada and Member of the Club de Madrid addressed the issue "Global Shared Societies Agenda: a model framework for promoting long-term inclusive and sustainable growth through economic empowerment"

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted here in our video player, but you can watch the video HERE

December 2012

A Focus on Women

Club de Madrid Annual Conf Closing Session - part 1

Prime Minister Campbell spoke at the closing session of the Club de Madrid's Annual Conference held in Little Rock, AR at the Clinton Presidential Center. The subject of this year's conference was Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. This is the first part of Ms. Campbell's comments. See part 2 for more about the Club de Madrid.

This video is also posted on Youtube HERE.

December 2012

The Club of Madrid

Club de Madrid Annual Conf Closing Session - part 2

Prime Minister Campbell spoke at the closing session of the Club de Madrid's Annual Conference held in Little Rock, AR at the Clinton Presidential Center. The subject of this year's conference was Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. This is the second part of Ms. Campbell's comments. See part 1 for more about the advancement of women.

This video is also posted on Youtube HERE.

December 2012

Struggle Against Labor Trafficking of Women

Club de Madrid Annual Conference

Little Rock, USA. Former PM Campbell served as an initiator in the session titled, "Sharing responsibilities for an effective struggle against labor trafficking of women" at the Club de Madrid' Annual Conference: Harnessing 21st Century Solutions: A Focus on Women. The conference was convened at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, USA.

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted in our video player, but you can also watch it HERE.

May 2012

Prime Ministerial Perspectives

25th Annual Testimonial Dinner

Over one thousand leaders from all sectors of Canadian society gathered to help celebrate the Public Policy Forum's 25th Anniversary at their Annual Testimonial Dinner on May 3rd in Toronto. Ms. Campbell was honored alongside her fellow living former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark, John Turner, Brian Mulroney, and Paul Martin. (Also honored, but unable to attend was Jean Chretien.)

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted in our video player, but you can watch it HERE

December 2011

Climate Change, Afghanistan, the Arab Spring

Ric Peterson Show

CJAD's Ric Peterson and Ms. Campbell have a look back at 2011 and look forward to 2012.  Topics include Climate Change, the draw down in Afghanistan, as well as the Arab Spring.

© Copyright CJAD 2011

September 2011

Politics vs Policy

CIGI's 10th Annivesary Conference

In September of 2011, experts in governance as well as hip hop star K’Naan came together to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI). To mark the occasion CIGI also convened a conference titled, “Can Think Tanks Make a Difference?” Former Prime Minister Campbell was the lead speaker of the session, “Do Governments Care More About Politics than Policy?”  While she was at CIGI for the events, Ms. Campbell took a moment to discuss the differences between the politics and policy development, and the value of think tanks in engaging the public in each sphere.

Unfortunately, we don't have the video posted in our video player, but you can watch it HERE.

May 2011

Geezers Guide to Life

American University in Bulgaria Commencement

The American University in Bulgaria invited Former Prime Minister Campbell to deliver their 2011 Commencement Speech. Ms. Campbell offers advice on love, citizenship, and not fearing failure.

© Copyright American University in Bulgaria 2011

April 2011

Women in Combat

To the Contrary

Ms. Campbell joins The Heritage Foundation's Genevieve Wood; TheLoop21.com Managing Editior Danielle Belton; and Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer on PBS's To the Contrary, hosted by Bonnie Erbé.

Unfortunately, we do not have a clip loaded into our video player, but you can watch the full episode HERE.

Watch April 15, 2011 on PBS. See more from To The Contrary.

March 2011

International Women's Day (AUDIO ONLY)

Dale Wolf Show - QMFM

Dale Wolf asks Frmr PM Campbell to opine on a variety topics including the (controversial at the time) photograph of her taken by Barbara Woodley and the state of the advancement of women today: guarded optimism, but also a call for vigilance. (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

©2011 Copyright QMFM

March 2011

BC Liberal Leadership Race (AUDIO ONLY)

Bill Good Show - CKNW

Former Prime Minister Campbell calls in to the Bill Good Show on CKNW to discuss the recent BC Liberal Leadership race, which elected Christy Clark, on CKNW's Bill Good Show. Topics include challenges that female politicians face with media coverage etc. (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

©2011 Copyright CKNW

December 2010

Politicians Balancing Personal/Public Life (AUDIO ONLY)

Bill Good Show - CKNW

Bill Good welcomes Kim Campbell into the studio to discuss topics like balancing public life with personal life, and the value of dialogue with politicians via media such as talk radio. Campbell also talks about some of her current endeavors. (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

©2010 Copyright CKNW

May 2010

Women in Politics (AUDIO ONLY)

Canada's History Magazine

Frmr PM Campbell's interview with Nelle Oosterom, associate editor of Canada's History Magazine.  It's been ninety years since women in Canada won the right to stand for election to Parliament, and so Canada's History Magazine asked Ms. Campbell to reflect on her own experiences, as well as those of women in politics today.(Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

April 2010

Kim Campbell History/Interview

Equal Voice Experiences Video

In 2008, [Canada's] Equal Voice recevied a three year grant from the Status of Women which resulted in the launch of the Experiences Program - a national bilingual youth engagement and mentorship program - for young women and girls. In this video about Former Prime Minister Campbell, she speaks about how she came to particpate in politics and things she learned during her career.

© 2009 Equal Voice

February 2010

Globalization and the Communication Tech Revolution

UCLA Anderson School of Management

Here Campbell discusses with the UCLA Anderson School of Management students and community facets of globalization.

©2010 Anderson School of Mgmt

December 2009

Black Caucus Criticism of Pres. Obama

To the Contrary

 Ms. Campbell's experience as Canada's first female prime minister affords her interesting perspective on criticism that US President Obama received from the Black Caucus.  Other panelists on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary are the Heritage Foundation's Genevieve Wood, TheLoop21.com Managing Editor Danielle Belton, and Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer.

© Copyright PBS - To the Contrary 2011

December 2009

Women on Corporate Boards

To the Contrary

Ms. Campbell comments on why there are not more women on corporate boards, as well as why there should be.  Other panelists on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary are Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer; and The American Prospect's Ann Friedman.

© Copyright PBS - To the Contrary 2009

December 2009

Diversity in Children's Entertainment

To the Contrary

Ms. Campbell joins Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer; and The American Prospect's Ann Friedman commenting Disney's new film "The Princess and the Frog" on this episode of PBS's To the Contrary.

Unfortunately, we do not have the video in our player, but you can watch it HERE.

November 2009

Women's Leadership Fund

CTV's Business News Network Interview

Andrea Mandel-Campbell of CTV's Business News Network interviews Former Prime Minister Campbell regarding Naissance Capital's Women's Leadership Fund.  As a founding member of the board, Ms. Campbell and Naissance Capital believe that a higher return can be earned and an important social objective can be achieved by investing in companies demonstrating best practices with regard to Gender Diversity. They act as both a ‘beacon’ and a ‘siren’ by investing in firms which understand the need for greater female representation, and by taking an activist stance against those which do not. In this way, they will make a real contribution towards advancing opportunities for women in the workplace.

©2009 Copyright CTV

October 2009

IQ2 - Capitalism is so 20th Century

Intelligence Squared Debate

Participating in one of the renowned Intelligence Squared debates, Ms. Campbell took the role of one of the speakers against the motion: "Free-market capitalism is so 20th century."  The event took place at the Royal Geographical Society in front of a sold-out crowd.  Other speakers included Ian Bremmer, Paul Mason, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Vince Cable MP, Stephen King and the debate was chaired by Rory Bremner.

Intelligence Squared debates aim to raise the level of public discourse on challenging issues and provide a forum for intelligent discussion, grounded in facts and informed by reasoned analysis. 

©2009 Copyright Intelligence Squared

October 2009

Women's Leadership for Peace and Security in Africa

TV interview in Ethiopia

This clip shows Frmr PM Campbell giving an interview to local press in Addis Ababa, Ethopia when she was there to co-chair, along with Mary Robinson, the Regional Workshop on Women’s Leadership for Peace and Security in the Greater Horn of Africa on Oct 6-9, 2009.  This, the inaugural meeting of a 3-year initiative, was organised with the UN Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union Commission and the Club de Madrid partners (Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa, Isis-WICCE and the Institute for Security Studies).

This initiative was launched thanks to the support of the Governments of Norway and Germany and takes a strategic approach to harnessing the differences of female leadership at national, personal, professional and cultural levels –tapping a rich melting pot of ideas and activity across multiple skill sets and areas of expertise for transforming conflict.

Workshop activities included intensive training, thematic group work and high-level roundtable discussion to produce specific policy and action recommendations aimed at increasing the presence and impact of women in decision-making and peace processes in the Horn of Africa.

Visit the Club de Madrid's page about the project to learn more.

August 2009

Kim Campbell Reel

Recent Years - Various Appearances

This video showcases Former Prime Minister Campbell on various different programs in recent years.

July 2009

Why Women Like Public Office

Menocracy - Part I

Gretchen Kelbaugh felt that governments in the US, UK and Canada do a bad job of representing the views of women, and so inspired by the spirit of her great-aunt, Militant Suffragette Gert Harding, she decided to try to do something about it. Her film, Menocracy, examines a wide variety of issues associated with women and politics. Kelbaugh interviewed Kim Campbell and features her unique experiences and fabulous wit in this fiercely independent film

 

©2009 Copyright Story First Productions

 

July 2009

Leadership Styles

Menocracy - Part II

Gretchen Kelbaugh felt that governments in the US, UK and Canada do a bad job of representing the views of women, and so inspired by the spirit of her great-aunt, Militant Suffragette Gert Harding, she decided to try to do something about it. Her film, Menocracy, examines a wide variety of issues associated with women and politics. Kelbaugh interviewed Kim Campbell and features her unique experiences and fabulous wit in this fiercely independent film

©2009 Copyright Story First Productions

April 2009

Gender Balance in Business etc

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part I

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as the issue of gender balance in the business world.

©2009 Canadian Club

April 2009

Limited Opportunities for Women in the Past

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part II

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as how some opportunities for young women were limited when she was in college.

©2009 Canadian Club

April 2009

Women Gaining an Equal Voice

Equal Voice/Canadian Club EVE Awards - Part III

On April 30, 2009, Equal Voice honored Kim Campbell with the EVE Award in recognition of her achievements in political life.  Equal Voice is a national non-profit comprising women and men who are deeply concerned about Canadian politics and have formed a multi-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to the still-bold idea that more women must be elected to every level of government in Canada. Their mission is to promote the election of more women to all levels of Government and, ultimately, change the face of Canadian politics.

“Kim Campbell has achieved what no other woman has in politics in this country,” said Donna Dasko, Equal Voice National Chair. “We want to honor her achievements, to hear her words of wisdom and to introduce her to a new generation of young women who will be the future Prime Ministers of Canada."
 
Ms. Campbell's speech at the Awards luncheon brought up several issues such as gender quotas in politics.

©2009 Canadian Club

April 2009

Equal Voice EVE Award, Canadian politics etc

The Agenda w/ Steve Paikin

Right Honourable Kim Campbell interviewed on the Agenda with Steve Paikin April 29, 2009.  Visit the Agenda with Steve Paikin to learn more.

©2009 tvo -- All Rights Reserved

February 2009

Promoting 2009 Canada's Next Great Prime Minister

CBC eTalk

Judges: Former Prime Ministers Campbell, Clark, Martin and Mulroney promoting 2009's Canada's Next Great Prime Minister.

©2009 CBC-Canada

January 2009

2009 the Q w/ Jian Ghomeshi (AUDIO ONLY)

CBC Radio

Former Prime Minister Campbell makes an appearance on Q w/ Jian Ghomeshi on CBC Radio and talks about Canada's Next Great Prime Minister and what she's been doing since leaving politics.  (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

© 2009 CBC Radio-Canada

December 2008

Political Leadership in the 21st Century (AUDIO ONLY)

Bulgarian School of Politics

On Monday, December 8, 2008, the Bulgarian School of Politics hosted Former Prime Minister Campbell as a special guest lecturer. Ms. Campbell spoke about the challenges facing political leaders of the 21st century and specifically, what skills are essential for an effective leader.  (Note: This file is AUDIO ONLY.)

© Bulgarian School of Politics

November 2008

2008 US Election Night

CTV NEWSNET

CTV Newsnet asks for Former Prime Minsiter Campbell's opinions on the US Presidential race on election night, November 4, 2008 as she observes it from Paris, France.

©2008 CTV NEWSNET

October 2008

A Masterpiece... of Leadership

2008 International Women's Forum Hall of Fame

This video was crafted by the International Women's Forum and shown on the occasion of Ms. Campbell's induction into their Hall of Fame. "Each year the International Women’s Forum celebrates the enduring contributions of the world’s top women leaders who are building better tomorrows, setting precedents by their work and example. Over the years, the International Women’s Forum has been privileged to induct into the International Hall of Fame 77 women luminaries."

Learn more about the IWF and their Hall of Fame.

October 2008

A Tribute to Kim Campbell

International Women's Forum Gala

This tribute video was created by Ganick Communications for the International Women's Forum Gala on October 17, 2008, during which Right Honourable Kim Campbell was inducted into the International Women's Forum Hall of Fame.  Very special thanks to both Ganick Communications and the IWF for use of this video.

©2008 IWF

September 2008

Sexism in Politics

CBC News Today

Right Honourable Kim Campbell weighs in on the US Presidential race, especially the nomination of Sarah Palin, and discusses sexism in politics.  The interview aired on September 5, 2008.

©2008 CBC-Canada

August 2008

2008 US Presidential Campaign

CBC

CBC asks the Right Honourable Kim Campbell about her impressions of the US Presidential campaign as she attends the International Leaders Forum at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

©2008 CBC-Canada

August 2008

Michelle Obama's Convention Speech

CTV - Canada AM

CTV's Canada AM team asks Former Prime Minsiter Campbell's opinion on the US Presidential race, especially Michelle Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention in Denver.  The interview originally aired on August 26, 2003.

©2008 CTV

July 2008

Hillary Clinton's Impending Concession

CTV - Canada AM

CTV's Canada AM team asks Former Prime Minsiter Campbell's opinion on the US Presidential race, especially on the impending concession of Hillary Clinton as she bows out of the Democratic primary.

©2008 CTV

June 2008

Climate Change Uniting the World

Chicago Public Library - Part I

In the past decade, climate change has come to be recognized globally as one of the most serious challenges facing our planet.  In her speech "The Social Dimensions of Climate Change,” Ms. Campbell helps explain the effects of climate change on people, and offers insight into the actions that will be necessary in order to save cultures, lifestyles and lives.

 

©2008 Chicago Public Library

June 2008

Taking Responsibility for Climate Change

Chicago Public Library - Part II

In the past decade, climate change has come to be recognized globally as one of the most serious challenges facing our planet.  In her speech "The Social Dimensions of Climate Change,” Ms. Campbell helps explain the effects of climate change on people, and offers insight into the actions that will be necessary in order to save cultures, lifestyles and lives.

© 2008 Chicago Public Library

June 2008

Global Leadership for Climate Action and Social Dimensions of Climate Change

Chicago Public Library - Part III

In the past decade, climate change has come to be recognized globally as one of the most serious challenges facing our planet.  In her speech "The Social Dimensions of Climate Change,” Ms. Campbell helps explain the effects of climate change on people, and offers insight into the actions that will be necessary in order to save cultures, lifestyles and lives.

©2008 Chicago Public Library

May 2008

Hillary Clinton in the US Primary Race

CTV - Canada AM

CTV's Canada AM team asks Former Prime Minsiter Campbell's opinion on the US Presidential race, especially the Democratic Primary in which Hillary Clinton is trying to become the first female president of the United States.

©2008 CTV

May 2008

Growing up to Break Barriers

CBC Univ of Alberta Prime Ministers Conversation Series - Part I

Kim Campbell was featured on May 5, 2008 in the Prime Ministers Conversation Series at the University of Alberta.  The Office of the President of the university produced the series as the marquee event of their Centenary Celebration in 2008. The series featured Canada’s six former prime ministers engaged in an intimate conversation with well-known facilitator The Honourable Jim Edwards, PC. The broadly defined theme of the conversation series was “Advancing Canada—Changing the World.” The series was co-hosted by The Right Honourable Don Mazankowski, PC, OC, AOE; and The Honourable Anne McLellan, PC.

 
The University of Alberta intended the series as a gift to the Canadian public in honor of the University's Centenary. Visit the Prime Minister’s Conversation Series to learn more about the university and the series, and WATCH FULL EPISODES on the CBC website.

©2008 Copyright CBC-Canada

May 2008

Being Justice Minister

CBC Univ of Alberta Prime Ministers Conversation Series - Part II

Kim Campbell was featured on May 5, 2008 in the Prime Ministers Conversation Series at the University of Alberta.  The Office of the President of the university produced the series as the marquee event of their Centenary Celebration in 2008. The series featured Canada’s six former prime ministers engaged in an intimate conversation with well-known facilitator The Honourable Jim Edwards, PC. The broadly defined theme of the conversation series was “Advancing Canada—Changing the World.” The series was co-hosted by The Right Honourable Don Mazankowski, PC, OC, AOE; and The Honourable Anne McLellan, PC.
 
The University of Alberta intended the series as a gift to the Canadian public in honor of the University's Centenary. Visit the Prime Minister’s Conversation Series to learn more about the university and the series, and WATCH FULL EPISODES on the CBC website.

©2008 CBC-Canada

May 2008

Story of the Barbara Woodley Photo

CBC Univ of Alberta Prime Ministers Conversation Series - Part III

Kim Campbell was featured on May 5, 2008 in the Prime Ministers Conversation Series at the University of Alberta.  The Office of the President of the university produced the series as the marquee event of their Centenary Celebration in 2008. The series featured Canada’s six former prime ministers engaged in an intimate conversation with well-known facilitator The Honourable Jim Edwards, PC. The broadly defined theme of the conversation series was “Advancing Canada—Changing the World.” The series was co-hosted by The Right Honourable Don Mazankowski, PC, OC, AOE; and The Honourable Anne McLellan, PC.
 
In this clip, Ms. Campbell talks about the Barbara Woodley photo controversy.  
 
The University of Alberta intended the series as a gift to the Canadian public in honor of the University's Centenary. Visit the Prime Minister’s Conversation Series to learn more about the university and the series, and WATCH FULL EPISODES on the CBC website.

©2008 Copyright CBC-Canada

May 2008

Canada in the World

Edmonton City TV

On May 5th, 2009 Ms. Campbell did this interview at Edmonton City TV the afternoon before her appearance in the University of Alberta's Prime Ministers Conversation Series.  In this interview she talks about the university's centenary celebration, Canadian politics and what she's doing now.

©2008 Edmonton City TV

May 2008

Univ of Alberta Centenary & misc

Edmonton City TV

On May 5th, 2009 Ms. Campbell did this interview at Edmonton City TV the afternoon before her appearance in the University of Alberta's Prime Ministers Conversation Series.  In this interview she talks about the university's centenary celebration, Canadian politics and what she's doing now.

©2008 Edmonton City TV

April 2008

Public Health Security: China and the World

CIISS Summit - Beijing China

On April 3, 2008, Right Honourable Kim Campbell opened the China Institute for International Strategic Studies Symposium on Health Security with a keynote speech.

© 2008 CIISS

March 2008

Social Dimensions of Climate Change

World Bank Workshop - Part I

The Social Development Department of the World Bank hosted a workshop on March 5-6, 2008 in order to build a greater understanding of the social implications of climate change. Right Honourable Kim Campbell was invited to address the workshop and share her experience as a leader.

©2008 World Bank

March 2008

Security Risks of Climate Change

World Bank Workshop - Part II

The Social Development Department of the World Bank hosted a workshop on March 5-6, 2008 in order to build a greater understanding of the social implications of climate change. Right Honourable Kim Campbell was invited to address the workshop and share her experience as a leader.

©2008 World Bank

November 2007

Intl Women Leaders Summit on Global Security (AUDIO ONLY)

Brian Lehrer Show - WNYC

WNYC's Brian Lehrer welcomes Former Prime Minister Campbell and Foreign Minister of Liberia Olubanke King Akerele to discuss the International Women Leaders Global Security Summit held in New York City. The groundbreaking Summit brought together 68 women leaders from 36 countries. Read the Report produced by the summit to learn more as well. (Note: this is AUDIO ONLY)

©2007 Copyright WNYC

August 2007

Border Issues - US, Canada, & Mexico

Jim Lehrer NewsHour

As Canada, the United States and Mexico convened a two-day summit, the Jim Lehrer NewsHour brought in Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell and Former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Casteneda to discuss issues related to trade, immigration and border security.  The interview was conducted by Ray Suarez and originally aired on August 20, 2007. 

Copyright ©1996-2009 MacNeil/Lehrer Productions

February 2007

Promoting 2007 Canada's Next Great Prime Minister

CBC - The Gill Deacon Show

Gill Deacon interviews the Right Honourable Kim Campbell in promotion of the 2007 Canada's Next Great Prime Minister show.

©2007 CBC-Canada

February 2007

Promoting 2007 Canada's Next Great Prime Minister

CBC - The Hour

George Stromboulopoulos of CBC's The Hour interviews the Right Honourable Kim Campbell in promotion of 2007's Canada's Next Great Prime Minister.

©2007 CBC-Canada

December 2006

Gender and Power Keynote at the Shantou Dialogues

Shantou Dialogues - Part I

Former Prime Minister and Secretary General of the Club de Madrid Kim Campbell delivered a keynote address on Gender and Power at the Shantou Dialogues on December 8, 2006.  The Shantou Dialogues brought together think-tanks from around the world with think-tanks and research institutes in China. At a time when the importance of China is axiomatic, there are still insufficient opportunities for think-tanks and research institutes to share knowledge and experience with their global counterparts. The Shantou Dialogues, which is the first such “think-tank” event to be held within mainland China, aims to provide a crucial forum where dialogue can take place.

Visit the Shantou Dialogues to learn more.

©2006 Shantou Dialogues

December 2006

Gender and Power Keynote at the Shantou Dialogues

Shantou Dialogues - Part II

Former Prime Minister and Secretary General of the Club de Madrid Kim Campbell delivered a keynote address at the Shantou Dialogues on December 8, 2006.  The Shantou Dialogues brought together think-tanks from around the world with think-tanks and research institutes in China. At a time when the importance of China is axiomatic, there are still insufficient opportunities for think-tanks and research institutes to share knowledge and experience with their global counterparts. The Shantou Dialogues, which is the first such “think-tank” event to be held within mainland China, aims to provide a crucial forum where dialogue can take place.

Visit the Shantou Dialogues to learn more.

©2006 Shantou Dialogues

December 2006

Gender and Power Keynote at the Shantou Dialogues

Shantou Dialogues - Part III

Former Prime Minister and Secretary General of the Club de Madrid Kim Campbell delivered a keynote address at the Shantou Dialogues on December 8, 2006.  The Shantou Dialogues brought together think-tanks from around the world with think-tanks and research institutes in China. At a time when the importance of China is axiomatic, there are still insufficient opportunities for think-tanks and research institutes to share knowledge and experience with their global counterparts. The Shantou Dialogues, which is the first such “think-tank” event to be held within mainland China, aims to provide a crucial forum where dialogue can take place.

Visit the Shantou Dialogues to learn more.

©2006 Shantou Dialogues

December 2006

Gender and Power Keynote at the Shantou Dialogues

Shantou Dialogues 2006 - Part IV

Former Prime Minister and Secretary General of the Club de Madrid Kim Campbell delivered a keynote address at the Shantou Dialogues on December 8, 2006.  The Shantou Dialogues brought together think-tanks from around the world with think-tanks and research institutes in China. At a time when the importance of China is axiomatic, there are still insufficient opportunities for think-tanks and research institutes to share knowledge and experience with their global counterparts. The Shantou Dialogues, which is the first such “think-tank” event to be held within mainland China, aims to provide a crucial forum where dialogue can take place.

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October 2006

Democracy Promotion

Radio Praha

Linda Mastalir of Radio Praha interviews Former Prime Minister Campbell in Prague as she attends the 2006 Forum 2000 Conference.  Ms. Campbell discusses democracy promotion and the Club de Madrid.  Click here to see the transcript and visit Radio Praha.

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May 2006

Canada Is a Melting Pot

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher

Kim Campbell joins Former Governor James Gilmore and Bradley Whitford on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  The original episode aired on May 5, 2006.

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January 2006

2006 Canadian National Election Night

CBC

CBC asks Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell to comment on the Canadian Federal Election in January of 2006.

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September 2005

American Interests & Global Interests: Security in an Insecure World

Security, Prosperity and America’s Purpose: Strategic Choices for the 21st Century

Frmr PM Campbell speaking at "Security, Prosperity and America’s Purpose: Strategic Choices for the 21st Century"  in Washington, DC. The objective of the forum was to examine the challenge of international terrorism on the 4th anniversary of the 9/11/2001 attacks in New York and Washington and to encourage thinking about terrorism that is ‘comprehensive’ – that recognizes the importance of self determination in countries where America has interests, that considers the economic dimensions of this new type of conflict, and acknowledges the significance of legitimate grievances that terrorists have exploited in rhetoric and acts of terrorism. The conference was designed to encourage a bipartisan conversation that moves beyond an over-reliance and central focus on military responses to terrorism. During her speech, Ms. Campbell explains about the Madrid Agenda, which was the result of the International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security organized by the Club of Madrid, of which Ms. Campbell was the Secretary General at that the time.

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May 2005

Public Skepticism After 9/11

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher

Kim Campbell joins Andrew Sullivan and Michael McKean on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  The original episode aired on May 6, 2005.

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July 2004

President Bush on 9/11

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher

Kim Campbell joins Congressman David Drier and Michael Moore on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  The original episode aired on July 30, 2004.

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July 2004

Ralph Nader's Candidacy in 2004

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher

Kim Campbell joins Congressman David Drier and Michael Moore on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  In this clip, Kim Campbell weighs in on Ralph Nader's candidacy for President of the United States of America.  The original episode aired on July 30, 2005.

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June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "What motivated you to be prime minister?"

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June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "What would you recommend a young person do to prepare to be prime minister?"

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June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "How did you learn about Canadian cultures when you were prime minister?"

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June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "Is there a way to get more females into politics?"

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June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "What was your favorite moment as prime minister?"

©2004 CBC-Canada

June 2004

Ask a Prime Minister

CBC Television

In this CBC special series called Ask a Prime Minister, Canadian school children get to ask former prime ministers questions like, "Did you want to be prime minister when you were young?"

©2004 CBC-Canada

May 2004

Gender and Power Commencement Speech

Mount Holyoke Graduation 2004 - Part I

In May of 2004, Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell delivered the commencement speech at Mount Holyoke, a premier research liberal arts college for women which is renowned for its academic rigor and internationalism.  In her address, Ms. Campbell explains many of the factors that women still battle against in order to obtain and fulfill roles as leaders in today's world.

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May 2004

Gender and Power Commencement Speech

Mount Holyoke Graduation 2004 - Part II

In May of 2004, Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell delivered the commencement speech at Mount Holyoke, a premier research liberal arts college for women which is renowned for its academic rigor and internationalism.  In her address, Ms. Campbell explains many of the factors that women still battle against in order to obtain and fulfill roles as leaders in today's world.

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May 2004

Club de Madrid and misc

Mansbridge One on One

In this half-hour interview with award-winning Canadian news anchor Peter Mansbridge, Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell talks about what she did after leaving politics and her new role as Secretary General of the Club of Madrid.  The episode originally aired May 7, 2004.

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March 2004

Morality vs Religion

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher - Part I

Kim Campbell joins John McWhorter and George Carlin on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  The original episode aired on March 13, 2004.

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March 2004

Bush Administration

HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher - Part II

Kim Campbell joins John McWhorter and George Carlin on HBO's Realtime with Bill Maher where they discuss politics and current events.  The original episode aired on March 13, 2004.

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January 2004

1957 Introducing Avril Campbell

CBC Junior TV Club

At the age of 9 years old, little Avril [Kim] Campbell was chosen to be a host of CBC's Junior TV Club.  There she conducted interviews like this one, moderated panel discussions and became comfortable with television and performing in front of a television audience.

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