Gordon Brown: Open letters to the G20, national governments and global financial institutions

August 2020

To the G20, IMF, World Bank, Regional Development Banks and National Governments,



We write to call for urgent action to address the global education emergency triggered by Covid-19. With over 1 billion children still out of school because of the lockdown, there is now a real and present danger that the public health crisis will create a COVID generation who lose out on schooling and whose opportunities are permanently damaged. While the more fortunate have had access to alternatives, the world’s poorest children have been locked out of learning, denied internet access, and with the loss of free school meals – once a lifeline for 300 million boys and girls – hunger was grown.

An immediate concern, as we bring the lockdown to an end, is the fate of an estimated 10 million children who may never return to school. For these, the world’s least advantaged children, education is often the only escape route from poverty – a route that is in danger of closing. Many of these children are adolescent girls for whom being in school is the best defence against forced marriage. Many more are young children who risk being forced into exploitative and dangerous labour. And because education is linked to progress in virtually every area of human development – from child survival to maternal health, gender equity, job creation and inclusive economic growth – the education emergency will undermine the prospects for achieving all of our 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. According to the World Bank the long-term economic cost of lost schooling could be as much as $10 trillion in lost productive output.

We cannot stand by and allow these young people to be robbed of their education and a fair chance in life. Instead we should be redoubling our efforts to get all children into school – including the 260 million already out of school and the 13 million child refugees and 40 million forcibly displaced – with the comprehensive help they need, and to make it possible for young people to resume their studies in further and higher education.

There is a longer-term challenge we must also meet. Even before Covid-19 the world faced a learning crisis. Over half of the children in developing countries were suffering from 'learning poverty’ and even at age 11 had little or no basic literacy and numeracy skills. As a result, 800m of today's young people leave education with no qualifications whatsoever. If we are to avoid this, millions of children who are now preparing to return to school, who have lost over half a year of education, need their governments to invest in catch-up programmes and proper learning assessment. When schools reopened after Pakistan’s 2005 earthquake attendance recovered, but four years later children had lost the equivalent of 1.5 years of schooling.

Resources are now urgently needed to get young people back into education and enable them to catch-up. What is more, we should build back better: more online learning, more personalised learning, more support for teachers, more help like conditional cash transfers for poor families and safer schools, building on the enormous community effort that has been displayed during the pandemic. And to spur global momentum in support of progress in education, a coalition of global organisations has now joined forces in the ‘Save out Future’ initiative launched on August 4.

Yet at the very time we need extra resources, education is in danger of being cut three times over.

First, as slower or negative growth undermines tax revenues, less money may be available in almost every country for public services, including education.
Second, when allocating limited funds, governments are prioritising expenditure on health and economic recovery leaving education crowded out and underfunded.
Third, intensifying fiscal pressure in developed countries will result in reductions in international development aid, including aid for education, which has already been losing out to other priorities in the allocation of bilateral and multilateral aid. There is also a danger that multilateral donors, who already under-invest in education, will reallocate funds.

The World Bank now estimates that, over the next year, overall education spending in low and middle-income countries could be $100-150 billion lower than previously planned.

This funding crisis will not resolve itself.

We call on the G20, the IMF, World Bank and regional development banks and all countries to recognise the scale of the crisis and support three initiatives to enable catch-up to happen, and progress towards SDG4 to be resumed:

First, every country should pledge to protect education spending, prioritising the needs of the most disadvantaged children through, where possible, conditional and unconditional cash transfers to promote school participation;

Second, the international community must increase aid for education, focusing on the most vulnerable, including the poor, girls, children in conflict situations and the disabled. The quickest way to free up resources for education is through debt relief. The 76 poorest countries have to pay $86 billion in debt-service costs over the next two years. We call for debt suspension with a requirement that the money for debt servicing be reallocated to education and other priority investments for children.

Third, the IMF should issue $1.2 trillion in Special Drawing Rights (its global reserve asset) and its membership should agree to channel these resources toward the countries that need them most, creating a platform for recovery.

And the World Bank should unlock more support for low income countries through a supplementary International Development Association budget, and, following the lead of the UK and Netherlands which have now pledged $650m to the new International Finance Facility for Education (IFFED) to help unlock billions in extra finance for education in lower middle income countries, invite guarantees and grants from donors. This is in addition to -and compliments- the replenishment over the next 2 years of GPE (Global partnership for Education) and ECW (Education Cannot Wait) and continued support for the UN agencies focused on education and children led by UNESCO and UNICEF.

While the challenges are momentous, the impact of the crisis on children has made us even more determined to realise our ambition, contained in Sustainable Development Goal 4, that ours can be the first generation in history in which every child is at school and has the chance to develop their potential to the full Now is the time for national governments and the international community to come together to give children and young people the opportunities they deserve.



What the G20 should now do


June 2020


We believe the time is right for the G20 leaders to hold a second meeting this spring to discuss ways to make progress in the implementation of the G20 Action Plan and to agree a  more strongly co-ordinated global response to the current crisis.

May 30 saw the highest daily figure recorded worldwide for new cases of COVID-19 and we are now at a critical moment as, on every continent, countries are attempting to stop the transmission of COVID-19. The G20 has the power to bring people together around a common set of actions, and what it decides next will have a direct bearing on the future of the world economy.

We write to emphasise the urgency and the need to act now because we believe that there are just weeks left, not months, in which to deliver immediate relief to countries. For the first time this century, global poverty is on the rise. The problems faced by the poorest countries in Africa and Asia demand immediate action. The United Nations (UN) predicts that a world-wide recession would reverse three decades of improving living standards and plunge upwards of 420 million more people into extreme poverty.


The World Food Programme has estimated that 265 million of our fellow citizens are likely to suffer from crisis levels of hunger – an increase of 130 million over pre-pandemic levels. We are now hearing reports of the devastating impact of poverty and of the pressure on health and other services, in particular on all the services upon which girls and women depend.

COVID-19 is a public health crisis that has brought in its wake the greatest education emergency of our lifetime: 1.5 billion – 80 per cent of all children – have been out of school. Many may never return. The majority are denied distance learning. Millions who no longer receive school meals are going hungry, while at the same time education aid is being reduced.

Compared to pre-crisis levels (the International Labour Organisation estimates a 10.5 per cent deterioration in the number of hours worked, equivalent to the loss of more than 300 million full-time jobs.


The global economic and social emergency cannot end until we can bring the global health emergency to an end. And we cannot bring the health emergency to an end in any of our countries until we end it in all countries.

We welcome the $8 billion pledged on 4 May for vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutic development as recommended by the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board, and urge that these contributions be paid immediately. But more now needs to be done to fund and co-ordinate diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.

We need global coordination of the development, mass manufacturing, and equitable distribution of a vaccine or vaccines, so that they are universally and freely available as quickly as possible and we urge every G20 member support the 4 June replenishment of GaVi – the Vaccine Alliance.

Instead of what sometimes seems like a cut throat competition for a share of a limited supply of medical equipment, we urge closer cross-border collaboration to increase the global supply of vital medical equipment

To withstand COVID-19, developing countries need support to build their health systems as well as to improve their social safety nets and G20 countries should support the UN’s appeal for refugees, displaced persons and those who rely on humanitarian aid.


We note not only the obstacles faced by developed countries in returning to growth, but also the deteriorating economic and fiscal conditions faced by many emerging and developing economies. More than one hundred countries have now approached the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for help, and more are expected to do so.

The IMF has said emerging markets and developing countries need $2.5 trillion to overcome the crisis, but only a fraction of that $2.5 trillion has so far been allocated. While we welcome the good intentions at the heart of the G20 Action Plan, we now urge that concrete measures be agreed to implement it in full:

Debt relief for the 76 International Development Association countries needs to be scaled up radically to include relief by bilateral, multilateral, and private creditors, and it should be extended to the end of 2021.Arrangements need to be such that multilateral creditors can demonstrate that they are providing net new lending in individual countries. Time is running out for the voluntary process for private creditors coordinated by the Institute of International Finance, and a new binding approach now needs to be considered.

A dozen or more emerging markets may well run into debt servicing problems in the coming year. Each will need to be dealt with as a specific case, but the process will be much easier within a framework and forum which bring together the main creditors. The IMF should be mandated to convene the relevant players and through its debt sustainability and policy analysis set broad parameters for resolution.

The G20 should agree that the level of support – $2.5 trillion – which the IMF has said is needed will now be provided. This requires the IMF, the World Bank and regional development banks to raise their lending and grant ceilings. Based on their announced plans, the multilateral development banks (MDBs) will likely increase their outstanding loan portfolio from about $500 million now to between $650-700 billion over the next eighteen months. Without further increasing their resources and allowing them to be more ambitious in deploying their capital, their ability to respond to the crisis will be severely constrained.

The consequences of not acting now would be felt for the rest of the decade, for, while the financing needs of developing countries are now bound to be higher, private capital markets may continue to be more risk averse.

Support for existing programmes for social safety nets, regular health services, education, and climate change initiatives must not suffer because of the urgent need for funds to fight COVID-19 transmission. Thus:

We need to ensure that the MDBs have sufficient resources to sustain the elevated level at least for the next five years, which would require an additional $1 trillion in their combined portfolios. The individual institutions should be asked to provide plans for how they are to achieve these objectives for the resources they need. This will involve new sources of finance for the ,MDBs including using their powers to borrow with consideration needed of a further set of capital increases, and the creation of new guarantee-based facilities like the International Finance Facility for Education (IFFEd).

We reassert our commitment to the issue of special drawing rights (SDRs), and their transfer of existing unused allocations and new ones to countries most in need of support. Without requiring a reference to national parliaments, a decision on SDRs would release $600 billion immediately, and more than $1 trillion by 2022. We ask the G20 simultaneously to build political support for an SDR allocation while engaging in the necessary technical work, so that the measure can be put in place without additional delay as soon as agreement has been achieved.


In the first stage of the crisis the emphasis was on the provision of liquidity, support for employment protection, and new investment in health. Now, as we seek to return the world economy to pre-crisis levels of growth, enhanced fiscal, monetary and central bank coordination is vital. Consideration should be given to setting a global growth target which can sit side by side with national inflation targets. ‘Green’ investment must be part of the stimulus. In 2009, less than 10 per cent of the fiscal stimulus went to environmental projects. Now, infrastructure spending should be prioritised around projects beneficial to sustainable development. In this way, the recovery from this crisis could be transformative, contributing to progress in delivering on climate change agreements. To raise vitally needed revenues for national governments, a coordinated strategy to recover money lost to tax havens should be agreed. Countries should automatically exchange tax information and remove secrecy surrounding beneficial owners and trusts, as well as agreeing to sanction non -complaint countries which refuse to implement the agreed rules.

Without action from the G20, the recession caused by the pandemic will only deepen, hurting all economies, and the world’s most marginalised and poorest peoples and nations the most. Representing, as it does, 85 per cent of the world’s nominal GDP, the G20 has the capacity to lead the mobilisation of resources on the scale required and we urge leaders to do so urgently.

COVID-19 is also a wake-up call to the global community. The global health and financial architecture must be reinforced, and in parts redesigned, to enhance our preparedness and capacity to act with speed and at scale to fight future crises. The UN, the governments of the G20 nations, and all interested partners should turn this crisis into an opportunity to build a new and more effective multilateralism, which more appropriately reflects current economic and political realities and is better equipped to address the challenges of the 21st century.


The COVID-19 pandemic: The G20 must act now


May 2020



To G20 leaders,

Advanced countries have started now to see the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there is worse to come for most countries. But delaying emergency measures in emerging and developing economies will lead to unimaginable health and social impacts which will come back to haunt us for decades. The G20 must act now.

As advanced economies struggle to cope with the spread of COVID-19, emerging and developing countries are facing an unprecedented collective threat to human life, social cohesion and economic devastation. The virus is now reaching countries with fragile health systems and weak institutions, with the potential of creating huge numbers of deaths, particularly among the 70 million globally displaced people. Massive economic losses will be incurred as countries desperately try to cope, people will migrate out of fear as the epidemic takes hold leading to social disruption, violence and security issues. Moreover, in the likely case that they fail, the virus could become endemic, producing new waves of destructive outbreaks regionally and around the world.

We have a rapidly closing window to ensure that we give these countries at least a fighting chance to manage the crisis and provide some light at the end of a what could be a long tunnel. Africa, South Asia and Central and South America are still at the very beginning of what could be a long epidemic cycle. As of this writing, 43 out of 54 countries in Africa have registered cases of the virus and there has been a six-fold increase in case numbers over the last 8 days. Yemen and Syria have just joined the list.

Just as governments in richer countries are trying to protect their most vulnerable citizens, they have both an obligation and a self-interest in shielding vulnerable countries. The fight must be waged globally on two fronts: public health and economic policy. On the health front, we must immediately support the World Health Organisation and shore up domestic institutions managing the healthcare response, guarantee logistics and supply chains for health and other essential goods. In parallel we must immediately accelerate the global effort to find vaccines and therapeutics, manufacture and distribute them fairly across the world.

We must also provide emergency resources to countries facing devastating fiscal outlays and massive capital outflows. The economic impact on these countries will be much greater than anything experienced during the global financial crisis. With little fiscal space, high debt levels and little external capital left, their capacity to protect their populations is very limited.


First and foremost, we should ensure that the WHO has sufficient resources to continue leading the global response. The entire UN system and the associated international financial institutions, the World Bank and the IMF, will be tested in a way that they have not been since they were created in the wake of two man-made catastrophes and the Great Depression.

There is an immediate funding gap to be filled for fighting the epidemic. The Global Preparedness Monitoring Board has requested at least $8 billion in emergency funding, including $1 billion to strengthen the WHO’s emergency and preparedness response, $250 million for surveillance and control measures, $2 billion for vaccine development, $1.5 billion for distributed manufacturing and delivery of vaccines, and $1.5 billion for therapeutic drugs to prevent and treat COVID-19.

The efforts to address the economic impact will, of course, require efforts of a completely different magnitude. It has taken 2trn dollars so far to try to fix the US economy – we can only imagine what it will take to fix the countries that are falling apart because of the collapse in commodity prices, tourism and remittances, and to protect those most vulnerable. The World Bank and the IMF have produced welcome quick responses, but what will be needed will be of a different order of magnitude. We need to find new and innovative ways to use the global financial muscle to back up these institutions and the countries affected.

We, as 20 engaged healthcare professionals and 20 economists representing our professions, are now urging you, the leaders of the G20, to urgently provide the necessary resources to reduce the losses in human life and back up those most vulnerable. The required investment is minute compared to the social and economic costs of inaction. History will judge us harshly if we do not get this right.








Sali Bersha Președinte al Republicii Albania (1992-1997); Prim Ministru (2005-2013)Sali Berisha

President of Albania 1992-1997; Prime Minister 2005-2013



Emil Constantinescu Președinte al Republicii România (1996-2000)Emil Constantinescu

President of Romania 1996-2000



Ruth Dreifuss Președinte al Confederației Elvețiene (1999); Membru al Consiliului Federal Elvețian (1993-2002)Ruth Dreifuss

President of the Swiss Confederation 1999; Member of the Swiss Federal Council 1993-2002



Tarja Halonen Președinte al Republicii Finlanda (2000-2012)Tarja Halonen

President of Finland 2000-2012



Toomas Hendrik Ilves Președinte al Republicii Estonia (2006-2016)Toomas Hendrik Ilves

President of Estonia 2006-2016



Dalia Itzik Președinte interimar al Statului Israel (2007); Președinte al Knesset-ului israelian (2006-2009)Dalia Itzik

Interim President of Israel 2007; President of the Knesset 2006-2009



Mladen Ivanić Membru al Președinției Bosniei și Herțegovinei (2014-2018)Mladen Ivanić

Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2014-2018



Giorgi Margvelashvili Președinte al Republicii Georgia (2013-2018)Gjorge Ivanov

President of North Macedonia 2009-2019



Ivo Josipović Președinte al Republicii Croația (2010-2015)Ivo Josipović

President of Croatia 2010-2015



Horst Köhler Președinte al Republicii Federale Germania (2004-2010)Horst Köhler

President of Germany 2004-2010



Petru Lucinschi Președinte al Republicii Moldova (1997-2001)Petru Lucinschi

President of Moldova 1997-2001



Giorgi Margvelashvili Președinte al Republicii Georgia (2013-2018)Giorgi Margvelashvili

President of Georgia 2013-2018



Rexhep Meidani Președinte al Republicii Albania (1997-2002)Rexhep Meidani

President of Albania 1997-2002



Bujar Nishani Președinte al Republicii Albania (2012-2017)Bujar Nishani

President of Albania 2012-2017



Mary Robinson Președinte al Republicii Irlanda (1990-1997); Înalt comisar al Organizației Națiunilor Unite pentru Drepturile Omului; Președinte al grupului The EldersMary Robinson

President of Ireland 1990-1997; UN High Commissioner for Human Rights; Chair of the Elders



Boris Tadić Președinte al Republicii Serbia (2004-2012)Boris Tadić

President of Serbia 2004-2012



Danilo Türk Președinte al Republicii Slovenia (2007-2012); Președinte al Clubului de la MadridDanilo Türk

President of Slovenia 2007-2012; President of WLA Club de Madrid



Jorge-Sampaio Președinte al Portugaliei 1996-2006Jorge Sampaio

President of Portugal 1996-2006



Petăr Stoyanov Președinte al Republicii Bulgaria (1997-2002)Petar Stoyanov

President of Bulgaria 1997-2002



Valdis Zatlers Președinte al Letoniei (2007-2011)Valdis Zatlers

President of Latvia 2007-2011



Latin America


Óscar Arias Președinte al Republicii Costa Rica 2006-2010Óscar Aria

President of Costa Rica 2006-2010



Nicolás Ardito Barletta Președinte al Republicii Panama (1984-1985)Nicolás Ardito Barletta

President of Panama 1984-1985



Felipe Calderón Președinte al Statelor Unite Mexicane (2006-2012)Felipe Calderón

President of Mexico 2006-2012



Rafael Ángel Calderón Președinte al Republicii Costa Rica (1990-1994)Rafael Ángel Calderón

President of Costa Rica 1990-1994



Fernando Henrique Cardoso Președinte al Republicii Brazilia (1995-2002)Fernando Henrique Cardoso

President of Brazil 1995-2002



Laura Chinchilla Președinte al Republicii Costa Rica (2010-2014)Laura Chinchilla

President of Costa Rica 2010-2014



Alfredo Cristiani Președinte al Republicii El Salvador (1989-1994)Alfredo Cristiani

President of El Salvador 1989-1994



César Gaviria Președinte al Republicii Columbia (1990-1994); Secretar General al Organizației Statelor Americane (1994-2004)César Gaviria

President of Colombia (1990-1994); Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (1994- 2004)¹



Lucio Gutiérrez Președinte al Republicii Ecuador (2003-2005)Lucio Gutiérrez

President of Ecuador (2003-2005)



Osvaldo Hurtado Președinte al Republicii Ecuador (1981-1984)Osvaldo Hurtado

President of Ecuador 1981-1984



Luis Alberto Lacalle Herrera Președinte al Republicii Orientale a Uruguayului (1990-1995)Luis Alberto Lacalle Herrera

President of Uruguay 1990-1995



Ricardo Lagos Președinte al Republicii Chile (2000-2006); Membru al grupului The EldersRicardo Lagos

President of Chile 2000-2006; Member of the Elders



Mauricio Macri Președinte al Republicii Argentina (2015-2019)Mauricio Macri

President of Argentina 2015-2019



Jamil Mahuad Președinte al Republicii Ecuador (1998-2000)Jamil Mahuad

President of Ecuador 1998-2000



Ricardo Martinelli Președinte al Republicii Panama (2009-2014)Ricardo Martinelli

President of Panama 2009-2014



Gustavo Noboa Președinte al Republicii Ecuador (2000-2003)Gustavo Noboa

President of Ecuador 2000-2003



Andrés Pastrana Președinte al Republicii Columbia (1998-2002)Andrés Pastrana

President of Colombia 1998-2002



Miguel Ángel Rodriguez Președinte al Republicii Costa Rica (1998-2002)Miguel Ángel Rodríguez

President of Costa Rica 1998-2002



Julio Maria Sanguinetti Președinte al Republicii Orientale a Uruguayului (1985-1990; 1995-2000)Julio Maria Sanguinetti

President of Uruguay 1985-1990; 1995-2000



Juan Manuel Santos Președinte al Republicii Columbia (2010-2018); Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Pace (2016); Membru al grupului The EldersJuan Manuel Santos

President of Colombia 2010-2018; Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2016; Member of The Elders



Ernesto Zedillo Președinte al Statelor Unite Mexicane (1994-2000); Membru al grupului The EldersErnesto Zedillo

President of Mexico 1994-2000; Member of The Elders






Joyce Banda Președinte al Republicii Malawi (2012-2014)Joyce Banda

President of Malawi 2012-2014



Joaquim Chissano Președinte al Republicii Mozambic (1986-2005)Joaquim Chissano

President of Mozambique 1986-2005



Ameenah Gurib-Fakim Președinte al Republicii Mauritius (2015-2018)Ameenah Gurib-Fakim

President of Mauritius 2015-2018



Jakaya Kikwete Președinte al Republicii Unite a Tanzaniei (2005-2015)Jakaya Kikwete

President of Tanzania 2005-2015



Frederik Willem de Klerk Președinte al Republicii Africii de Sud (1989-1994)Frederik Willem de Klerk

State President of South Africa 1989-1994



John Kufuor Președinte al Republicii Ghana (2001-2009)John Kufuor

President of Ghana 2001-2009



Thabo Mbeki Președinte al Republicii Africii de Sud (1999-2008)Thabo Mbeki

President of South Africa 1999-2008



Benjamin Mkapa  Președinte al Republicii Unite a Tanzaniei (1995-2005)Benjamin Mkapa

President of Tanzania 1995-2005



Olusegun Obasanjo Președinte al Republicii Federale Nigeria (1999-2007)Chief Olusegun Obasanjo

President of Nigeria 1999-2007



Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Președinte al Republicii Liberia (2006-2018); Membru al grupului The EldersEllen Johnson Sirleaf

President of Liberia 2006-2018; Member of The Elders



Cassam Uteem Președinte al Republicii Mauritius (1992-2002)Cassam Uteem

President of Mauritius 1992-2002





Jose Ramos Horta Președinte al Timorului de Est (2007-2012)Jose Ramos Horta

President of East Timor 2007-2012



Chandrika Kumaratunga Președinte al Republicii Democratice Socialiste a Sri Lankăi (1994-2005)Chandrika Kumaratunga

President of Sri Lanka 1994-2005



Roza Otunbayeva Președinte al Republicii Kârgâzstan (2010-2011)Roza Otunbayeva

President of Kyrgyzstan 2010-2011







Bertie Ahern Taoieseach al Republicii Irlanda (1997-2008)Bertie Ahern

Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland 1997-2008



Giuliano Amato Prim-Ministru al Republicii Italiene (1992-1993; 2000-2001)Giuliano Amato

Prime Minister of Italy 1992-1993; 2000-2001



Gordon Bajnai Prim-Ministru al Ungariei (2009-2010)Gordon Bajnai

Prime Minister of Hungary 2009-2010



Jan Peter Balkenende Prim-Ministru al Regatului Țărilor de Jos (2002-2010)Jan Peter Balkenende

Prime Minister of the Netherlands 2002-2010



Ehud Barak Prim-Ministru al Statului Israel (1999-2001)Ehud Barak

Prime Minister of Israel 1999-2001



José Manuel Barroso Prim-Ministru al Republicii Portugheze (2002-2004); Președinte al Comisiei Europene (2004-2014); Președinte Ne-Executiv al Goldman Sachs InternationalJosé Manuel Barroso

Prime Minister of Portugal 2002-2004; President of the European Commission 2004-2014; Non-Executive Chairman of Goldman Sachs International


Marek Belka, MPE Prim-Ministru al Republicii Polonia (2004-2005); Vice-Prim Ministru și Ministru de Finanțe (2001-2002); Director al Departamentului pentru Europa din cadrul Fondului Monetar Internațional (2008-2010)Marek Belka, MEP

Prime Minister of Poland 2004-2005; Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance 2001-2002; Director of European Department, IMF 2008-2010



Carl Bildt Prim-Ministru al Regatului Suediei (1991-1994); Ministru de Afaceri Externe (2006-2014)Carl Bildt

Prime Minister of Sweden 1991-1994; Minister for Foreign Affairs 2006-2014



Valdis Birkavs Prim-Ministru al Republicii Letonia (1993-1994)Valdis Birkavs

Prime Minister of Latvia 1993-1994



Tony Blair Prim-Ministru al Regatului Unit al Marii Britanii și Irlandei de Nord (1997-2007)Tony Blair

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1997-2007



John Bruton Taoiseach al Republicii Irlanda (1994-1997)John Bruton

Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland 1994-1997



Mirko Cvetković Prim-Ministru al Republicii Serbia (2008-2012)Mirko Cvetković

Prime Minister of Serbia 2008-2012



Jan Fischer Prim-Ministru al Republicii Cehia (2009-2010); Ministru de Finanțe (2013-2014)Jan Fischer

Prime Minister of the Czech Republic 2009-2010; Finance Minister 2013-2014



Chiril Gaburici Prim-Ministru al Republicii Moldova (2015); Ministru pentru Economie și Infrastructură (2018-2019)Chiril Gaburici

Prime Minister of Moldova 2015; Minister of Economy and Infrastructure 2018-2019



José Manuel Barroso Prim-Ministru al Republicii Portugheze (2002-2004); Președinte al Comisiei Europene (2004-2014); Președinte Ne-Executiv al Goldman Sachs InternationalFelipe Gonzalez

Prime Minister of Spain 1982-1996



Alfred Gusenbauer Cancelar al Republicii Austria (2007-2008)

Alfred Gusenbauer

Chancellor of Austria 2000-2008



Jadranka Kosor Prim-Ministru al Republicii Croația (2009-2011)Jadranka Kosor

Prime Minister of Croatia 2009-2011



Yves Leterme Prim-Ministru al Regatului Belgiei (2009-2011)Yves Leterme

Prime Minister of Belgium 2009-2011



Enrico Letta Prim-Ministru al Republicii Italiene (2013-2014)Enrico Letta

Prime Minister of Italy 2013-2014



Kjell Magne Bondevik Prim-Ministru al Regatului Norvegiei (1997-2000; 2001-2005)Kjell Magne Bondevik

Prime Minister of Norway 1997-2000; 2001-2005



Sir John Major Prim-Ministru al Regatului Unit al Marii Britanii și Irlandei de Nord (1990-1997)Sir John Major

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 1990-1997



Péter Medgyessy Prim-Ministru al Ungariei (2002-2004)Péter Medgyessy

Prime Minister of Hungary 2002-2004



Mario Monti Prim-Ministru al Republicii Italiene (2011-2013)Mario Monti

Prime Minister of Italy 2011-2013



Joseph Muscat Prim-Ministru al Republicii Malta (2013-2020)Joseph Muscat

Prime Minister of Malta 2013-2020



George Papandreou Prim-Ministru al Republicii Elene (2009-2011)George Papandreou

Prime Minister of Greece 2009-2011



Romano Prodi Prim-Ministru al Republicii Italiene (2006-2008); Președinte al Comisiei Europene (1999-2004)Romano Prodi

Prime Minister of Italy 2006-2008; President of the European Commission 1999-2004



Iveta Radičova Prim-Ministru al Republicii Slovacia (2010-2012)Iveta Radičová

Prime Minister of Slovakia 2010-2012



Òscar Ribas Reig Prim-Ministru al Principatului Andorrei (1990-1994)Òscar Ribas Reig

Prime Minister of Andorra 1990-1994



Petre Roman Prim-Ministru al României (1989-1991)Petre Roman

Prime Minister of Romania 1989-1991



Wolfgang Schüssel Cancelar al Republicii Austria (2000-2007)Wolfgang Schüssel

Chancellor of Austria 2000-2007



Laimdota Straujuma Prim-Ministru al Republicii Letonia (2014-2016)Laimdota Straujuma

Prime Minister of Latvia 2014-2016



Hanna Suchocka Prim-Ministru al Republicii Polonia (1992-1993)Hanna Suchocka

Prime Minister of Poland 1992-1993



Helle Thorning-Schmidt Prim-Ministru al Regatului Danemarcei (2011-2015)Helle Thorning-Schmidt

Prime Minister of Denmark 2011-2015



Guy Verhofstadt Prim-Ministru al Regatului Belgiei (1999-2008)Guy Verhofstadt

Prime Minister of Belgium 1999–2008



José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero Prim-Ministru al Regatului Spaniei (2004-2011)José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero

Prime Minister of Spain 2004-2011




North America


Paul Martin Prim-Ministru al Canadei (2003-2006)Paul Martin

Prime Minister of Canada 2003-2006



Latin America


P.J. Patterson Prim-Ministru al Jamaicăi (1992-2005)P.J. Patterson

Prime Minister of Jamaica 1992-2005





Mehdi Jomaa Prim-Ministru al Republicii Tunisiene (2014-2015)Mehdi Jomaa

Prime Minister of Tunisia 2014-2015



Moussa Mara Prim-Ministru al Republicii Mali (2014-2015)Moussa Mara

Prime Minister of Mali 2014-2015






Shaukat Aziz Prim-Ministru al Republicii Islamice Pakistan (2004-2007)Shaukat Aziz

Prime Minister of Pakistan 2004-2007



Hong Koo-Lee Prim-Ministru al Republicii Coreei de Sud (1994-1995)Hong-Koo Lee

Prime Minister of South Korea 1994-1995



Djoomart Otorbayev Prim-Ministru al Republicii Kârgâzstan (2014-2015)Djoomart Otorbayev

Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan 2014-2015



Jigme Y. Thinley Prim-Ministru al Regatului Bhutanului (2008-2013)Jigme Y. Thinley

Prime Minister of Bhutan 2008-2013





Kevin Rudd Prim-Ministru Australiei (2007-2010; 2013)Kevin Rudd

Prime Minister of Australia 2007-2010; 2013



New Zealand


James Brendan Bolger Prim-Ministru al Noii Zeelande (1990-1997)James Brendan Bolger

Prime Minister of New Zealand 1990-1997



Helen Clark Prim-Ministru al Noii Zeelande (1999-2008); Administrator al UNDP (2009-2017)Helen Clark

Prime Minister of New Zealand 1999-2008; UNDP Administrator 2009-2017



Sir Geoffrey Palmer Prim-Ministru al Noii Zeelande (1989-1990); Președinte al Comisiei Legislative a Noii Zeelande (2005-2010)Sir Geoffrey Palmer

Prime Minister of New Zealand 1989-90; Chair of the New Zealand Law Commission 2005-2010



John Key Prim-Ministru al Noii Zeelande (2008-2016)John Key

Prime Minister of New Zealand 2008-2016



Dame Jenny Shipley Prim-Ministru al Noii Zeelande (1997-1999)Dame Jenny Shipley

Prime Minister of New Zealand 1997-1999







Edmond Alphandéry Ministru al Economiei, Finanțelor și Industriei al Republicii Franceze (1993-1995); Președinte fondator al Grupului Euro 50Edmond Alphandéry

Minister of the Economy, Finances and Industry of France 1993-1995; Founder & Chairman of the Euro 50 Group



Hikmet Çetin Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Republicii Turcia (1991-1994)Hikmet Çetin

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey 1991-1994



Kemal Derviș Ministru pentru Economie al Republicii Turcia (2001-2002); Administrator al UNDP (2005-2009); Membru deplin pentru Economie și Dezvoltare Globală la Institutul BrookingsKemal Derviş

Minister of Economic Affairs of Turkey 2001-2002; Administrator of UNDP 2005-2009; Senior Fellow Global Economy and Development, Brookings Institute


Božidar Ɖelić Viceprim-Ministru al Republicii Serbia (2007-2011)Božidar Đelić

Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia 2007-2011



Joschka Fischer Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe și Vice-Cancelar al Republicii Federale Germania (1998-2005)Joschka Fischer

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Vice Chancellor of Germany 1998-2005



Franco Frattini Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Republicii Italiei (2002-2004; 2008-2011); Comisar European (2004-2008)Franco Frattini

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Italy 2002-2004; 2008-2011; European Commissioner 2004-2008



Zlatko Lagumdzija Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Bosniei și Herțegovinei (2012-2015)Zlatko Lagumdzija

Foreign Affairs Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina 2012-2015



Tzipi Livni Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Statului Israel (2006-2009); Ministru al Justiției (2013-2014)Tzipi Livni

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Israel 2006-2009; Minister of Justice 2013-2014



Jan Pronk Ministru pentru Cooperare și Dezvoltare al Regatului Țărilor de Jos (1989-1998); profesor emerit în cadrul Institutului Internațional pentru Științe Sociale, HagaJan Pronk

Minister for Development Cooperation, The Netherlands 1989-1998; Professor Emeritus at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague


Ana Palacio Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Regatului Spaniei (2002-2004)Ana Palacio

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain 2002-2004



Leif Pagrotsky Ministru pentru Industrie și Comerț, Ministru pentru Educație și Cultură al Regatului Suediei (1996-2006)Leif Pagrotsky

Minister of Industry and Trade & Minister of Culture and Education of Sweden 1996-2006



Eka Tkeshelashvili Viceprim-Ministru al Republicii Georgia (2010-2012)Eka Tkeshelashvili

Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia 2010-2012



North America


Lawrence Summers Ministru de Finanțe al Statelor Unite (1999-2001); Ministru adjunct de Finanțe al Statelor Unite (1995-1999); Prim Economist al Băncii Mondiale (1991-1993); Director al Consiliului Economic Național (2009-2010)Lawrence Summers

United States Secretary of the Treasury 1999-2001; Deputy Secretary of the Treasury 1995-1999; Chief Economist of the World Bank 1991-1993; Director of the National Economic Council 2009- 2010



Latin America


Mauricio Cárdenas Ministru de Finanțe al Republicii Columbia (2012-2018); Profesor invitat, Columbia UniversityMauricio Cárdenas

Minister of Finance of Colombia 2012-2018; Visiting Professor, Columbia University



Ricardo Hausmann Ministru pentru Planificare al Republicii Venezuela (1992-1993); Profesor în cadrul Facultății de Studii Administrative „Kennedy” din cadrul Universității HarvardRicardo Hausmann

Minister of Planning of Venezuela 1992-1993; Professor at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard



Andrés Velasco Ministru de Finanțe al Republicii Chile (2006-2010); Decan al Școlii de Politici Publice, LSEAndrés Velasco

Finance Minister of Chile 2006-2010; Dean of the School of Public Policy, LSE





Lakhdar Brahimi Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Republicii Algeriene Democrate și Populare (1991-1993); Detașat Special al Organizației Națiunilor Unite și al Ligii Arabe în Siria (2012-2014); Membru al the EldersLakhdar Brahimi

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Algeria 1991-1993; UN & Arab League Envoy to Syria 2012-2014; Member of The Elders



Ahmed Galal Ministru de Finanțe al Republicii Arabe a Egiptului (2013-2014)Ahmed Galal

Finance Minister of Egypt 2013-2014



Graça Machel Ministru pentru Educație și Cultură al Republicii Mozambic (1975-1986); Vicepreședinte al grupului The EldersGraça Machel

Education & Culture Minister of Mozambique 1975-1986; Deputy Chair of The Elders



Amr Moussa Secretar General al Ligii Arabe (2001-2011); Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Republicii Islamice a Egiptului (1991-2001)Amre Moussa

Secretary General of the Arab League 2001-2011; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt 1991-2001



Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Președinte al Consiliului Director al Alianței Mondiale pentru Vaccine și Imunizare; Ministru de Finanțe al Republicii Federale Nigeria (2011-2015)Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Board Chair of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation; Finance Minister of Nigeria 2011- 2015





George Yeo Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Republicii Singapore (2004-2011)George Yeo

Minister for Foreign Affairs of Singapore 2004-2011





Gareth Evans Ministru pentru Afaceri Externe al Australiei (1988-1996); Președinte și Director Executiv al International Crisis Group (2000-2009)Gareth Evans

Foreign Minister of Australia 1988-1996; President and CEO of International Crisis Group 2000- 2009





Montek Singh Ahluwalia Vicepreședinte al Comisiei de Planificare din India (2004-2014)Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission of India 2004-2014



Dr. Abdulaziz Altwaijri Director General al Organizației Educaționale, Științifice și Culturale Islamice (1991-2019)Dr Abdulaziz Altwaijri

Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 1991-2019



Herman De Croo Președinte al Camerei Deputaților din Regatul Belgiei (1999-2007)Herman De Croo

President of the Chamber of Representatives of Belgium 1999-2007



Dr Mark Dybul Director Executiv al Fondului Global Împotriva SIDA, Tuberculozei și Malariei (2012-2017); Co-Director al Centrului pentru Practică și Impact Sanitar Global; prof. univ. dr. în Medicină la Centrul Medical al Universității GeorgetownDr Mark Dybul

Executive Director of the The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria 2012-2017; Co-Director of the Center for Global Health Practice and Impact & Professor of Medicine, Georgetown University Medical Center


Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu Secretar General al Organizației pentru Cooperare Islamică (2004-2014)Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu

Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation 2004-2014



Hina Jilani Judecător al Curții Supreme a Republicii Islamice Pakistan; Membru al grupului The EldersHina Jilani

Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan; Member of The Elders



Pascal Lamy Director General al Organizației Mondiale a Comerțului (2005-2013)Pascal Lamy

Director-General of the World Trade Organization 2005-2013



Javier Solana Secretar-General al Consiliului Uniunii Europene (1999-2009); Secretar General al NATO (1995-1999)Javier Solana

Secretary General of the Council of the EU 1999-2009; Secretary General of NATO 1995-1999





Kaushik Basu Președinte al Asociației Economice Internaționale, Prim-Economist al Băncii Mondiale (2012-2016)Kaushik Basu

President of the International Economic Association; Chief Economist of the World Bank 2012-2016



Gavyn Davies Co-fondator și Președinte al Fulcrum Asset Management; Prim Economist și Director al Departamentului pentru Investiții Globale, Goldman Sachs (1988-2001); Director al BBC (2001-2004)Gavyn Davies

Co-Founder & Chairman, Fulcrum Asset Management; Chief Economist & Chairman of Global Investment Dept, Goldman Sachs 1988-2001; Chairman, BBC 2001-2004



Sergei Guriev Prim Economist al BERD (2016-2019); Profesor în Economie, Sciences Po ParisSergei Guriev

Chief Economist of the EBRD 2016-2019; Professor of Economics, Sciences Po



Mats Karlsson Vicepreședinte pentru Afaceri Externe în cadrul Băncii Mondiale (1999-2011)Mats Karlsson

Vice President, External Affairs at the World Bank 1999-2011



Prof. univ. dr. Justin Yifu Lin Prim-Economist și Prim-Vicepreședinte al Băncii Mondiale (2008-2012); Decan al Institutului pentru o Nouă Economie Structurală, Universitatea PekingProfessor Justin Yifu Lin

Chief Economist & Senior Vice-President of the World Bank 2008-2012; Dean of Institute of New Structural Economics, Peking University



Ismail Serageldin Vicepreședinte al Băncii Mondiale (1992-2000), copreședinte al Centrului Internațional „Nizami Ganjavi”Ismail Serageldin

Vice President of the World Bank 1992-2000; Co-Chair of NGIC



Lord Nicholas Stern Prim-Economist și Prim-Vicepreședinte al Băncii Mondiale (2000-2003); Prim Economist al BERD (1994-1999); Prof. univ. dr. în Economie și Guvernanță, LSELord Nicholas Stern

Chief Economist & Senior Vice-President of the World Bank 2000-2003; Chief Economist of the EBRD 1994-1999 & Professor of Economics and Government, LSE



Federico Sturzenegger Guvernator al Băncii Centrale a Argentinei (2015-2018); Prof. univ. dr. la Universitad de San AndresFederico Sturzenegger

President of the Central Bank of Argentina 2015-2018; Professor, Universidad de San Andrés



Jean-Claude Trichet Guvernator al Băncii Centrale Europene (2003-2011); Guvernator al Băncii Naționale a Franței (1993-2003)Jean-Claude Trichet

President of the European Central Bank 2003-2011; Governor of the Bank of France 1993-2003



James Wolfensohn Președinte al Băncii Mondiale (1995-2005)James Wolfensohn

President of the World Bank 1995-2005



Min Zhu Director General Adjunct al Fondului Monetar Internațional (2011-2016)Min Zhu

Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund 2011-2016






Louise Arbour Reprezentant special al Organizației Națiunilor Unite pentru Migrație Internațională; Înalt Comisar al Organizației Națiunilor Unite pentru Drepturile Omului (2004-2008)Louise Arbour

UN Special Representative for International Migration; UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 2004-2008



Zeid Raad al Hussein Înalt comisar al Organizației Națiunilor Unite pentru Drepturile Omului (2014-2018); Membru al grupului The EldersZeid Raad al Hussein

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 2014-2018; Member of the Elders



Ban Ki-Moon Secretar General al Organizației Națiunilor Unite (2007-2016); Vicepreședinte al grupului The EldersBan Ki-Moon

UN Secretary General 2007-2016; Deputy Chair of The Elders






Bengt Holmström Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Științe Economice (2016); Profesor de Economie, MITBengt Holmström

Nobel Laureate for Economic Sciences 2016; Professor of Economics, MIT



Sir Christopher Pissarides Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Științe Economice (2010); Prof. univ. dr. în Economie și Științe Politice, LSESir Christopher Pissarides

Nobel Laureate for Economic Sciences 2010; Professor of Economics & Political Science, LSE



Kailash Sastyarthi Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Pace (2014); Fondator al Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Marșul Global împotriva Exploatării Copiilor prin Muncă și al Campaniei Mondiale pentru EducațieKailash Satyarthi

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2014; Founder of Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Global March Against Child Labour & Global Campaign for Education



Michael Spence Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Științe Economice (2001); Prof. univ. dr. în Economie și Afaceri la Catedra „William R. Berkley” din cadrul Universității din New YorkMichael Spence

Nobel Laureate for Economic Sciences 2001; William R. Berkley Professor in Economics & Business, NYU



Joseph Stiglitz Prim Economist al Băncii Mondiale (1997-2000); Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Științe Economice (2001); Prof. univ. dr. la Universitatea ColumbiaJoseph Stiglitz

Chief Economist of the World Bank 1997-2000; Nobel Laureate for Economic Sciences 2001; Professor, Columbia University



Malala Yousafzai Laureat al Premiului Nobel pentru Pace (2014)Malala Yousafzai

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2014






Erik Berglöf Director al Institutului pentru Relații Internaționale, London School of Economics (LSE); Prim Economist al BERD (2006-2014)Erik Berglöf

Director of the Institute of Global Affairs, London School of Economics; Chief Economist of the EBRD 2006-2014



Sir Tim Besley Președinte al Asociației Economice Internaționale (2014-2017); Prof. univ. dr. în Economie și Științe Politice, LSESir Tim Besley

President of the International Economic Association 2014-2017; Professor of Economics and Political Science, LSE



Patrick Bolton Prof. univ. dr. în Finanțe și Economie, Imperial College London; Prof. univ. dr. la Columbia UniversityPatrick Bolton

Professor of Finance and Economics, Imperial College London; Professor, Columbia University



Dr. Victor J. Dzau Președinte al Academiei Naționale de Medicină a SUA; Președinte și CEO al Centrului Medical al Universității DukeDr Victor J. Dzau

President of the National Academy of Medicine of the United States; President and CEO of the Medical Centre at Duke University



Dr. Hamish Graham Medic pediatru și cercetător științific în cadrul Royal Children’s Hospital și al Centrului Internațional pentru Sănătatea Copilului, Universitatea din MelbourneDr Hamish Graham

Consultant Paediatrician & Research Fellow at the Royal Children’s Hospital and Centre for International Child Health, University of Melbourne



Bryan Grenfell, OBE FRS Profesor în Ecologie și Afaceri Publice la Catedra „Kathryn Briger și Sarah Fenton” din cadrul Universității PrincetonBryan Grenfell OBE FRS

Kathryn Briger and Sarah Fenton Professor of Ecology and Public Affairs, Princeton University



Edward C. Holmes Profesor în cadrul Universității din Sydney; membru laureat al Academiei AustralieneEdward C. Holmes

ARC Australian Laureate Fellow; Professor, University of Sydney



Nora Lustig Președinte emerit al Asociației Economice Latin Americane și Caraibiene; Prof. univ. dr. în Economie Latin Americană, Universitatea TulaneNora Lustig

President Emeritus of the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association; Professor of Latin American Economics, Tulane University



Andrew Natsios Prof. univ. dr. la Universitatea „Bush” pentru Administrație Publică; Administrator al USAID (2001-2006)Andrew Natsios

Executive Professor, Bush School of Government & Public Service; Administrator of USAID 2001- 2006



Dani Rodrik Președinte-ales al Asociației Economice Internaționale; Prof. univ. dr. în Politici Economice Internaționale, Universitatea HarvardDani Rodrik

President-Elect of the International Economic Association; Professor of International Political Economy, Harvard University



John Sexton Președinte emerit al Universității din New York; Președinte (2002-2015); Decan al Facultății de Drept al Universității din New York (1988-2002)John Sexton

President Emeritus, New York University; President 2002-2015; Dean, NYU School of Law 1988- 2002



Devi Sridhar Profesor în Sănătate Publică Globală, Universitatea din EdinburghDevi Sridhar

Professor of Global Public Health, University of Edinburgh



Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden Președinte al Universității Mannheim (2012-2019); prof. univ. dr., EconomieErnst-Ludwig von Thadden

President, Mannheim University 2012-2019; Professor, Economics Department



Leonard Wantchekon Fondator și Președinte al Școlii Africane de Economie; Prof. univ. dr. în Politică și Relații Internaționale, Universitatea PrincetonLeonard Wantchekon

Founder & President of the African School of Economics; Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University



Beatrice Weder di Mauro Președinte al Centrului pentru Cercetări asupra Politicilor Economice (CEPR); Prof. univ. dr. în Economie Internațională, Institutul Postuniversitar din GenevaBeatrice Weder di Mauro

President, Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR); Professor of International Economics, Graduate Institute in Geneva



Shang-Jin Wei Prim Economist al Băncii Asiatice pentru Dezvoltare (2014-2016); Prof. univ. dr. în Afaceri și Economie Chineză / Finanțe și Economie, Facultatea de Afaceri a Universității ColumbiaShang-Jin Wei

Chief Economist of the Asian Development Bank 2014-2016; Professor of Chinese Business and Economy & Finance and Economics, Columbia Business School





Masood Ahmed Președinte al Centrului pentru Dezvoltare GlobalăMasood Ahmed

President of the Center for Global Development



Christine Allen Director, Agenția Catolică pentru Dezvoltare Internațională (CAFOD)Christine Allen

Director of the Catholic Agency for Oversees Development (CAFOD)



Dr.  K.Y. Amoako Președinte și fondator, Centrul African pentru Transformare Economică (ACET)Dr K.Y. Amoako

President and Founder of the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET)



Inger Ashing Director Executiv, Fundația Internațională „Salvați copiii”Inger Ashing

CEO of Save the Children International



Nicolas Berggruen Director al Institutului BerggruenNicolas Berggruen

Chairman of the Berggruen Institute



Prof. univ. dr. Sir Jeremy Farrar Director al Wellcome TrustProfessor Sir Jeremy Farrar

Director of the Wellcome Trust



Dr. Justin van Fleet Președinte, TheirworldDr Justin van Fleet

President of Theirworld



Nathalie de Gaulle Director și co-fondator al NB-INOV; Fondator al Asociației Under 40Nathalie de Gaulle

Chairwoman & Co-founder of NB-INOV; Founder of Under 40



Mo Ibrahim Fondator al Celtel; Director al Fundației Mo IbrahimMo Ibrahim

Founder of Celtel; Chairman of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation



Katerina Iușcenko  Prima Doamnă a Ucrainei (2005-2010)Kateryna Yushchenko

First Lady of Ukraine 2005-2010



Dr. Agnes Kalibata Președinte, Alianța pentru o Revoluție Verde în Africa (AGRA)Dr Agnes Kalibata

President of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)



Caroline Kende-Robb Director Executiv al Panelului de Progres al Africii (2011-2017); Secretar General al CARE International (2018-2020)Caroline Kende-Robb

Executive Director of the Africa Progress Panel 2011-2017; Secretary General of CARE International 2018-2020



Laurie Lee Director Executiv, CARE International UKLaurie Lee

CEO of CARE International UK



Mark Leonard Co-fondator și Director al Consiliului European pentru Afaceri ExterneMark Leonard

Co-founder & Director of the European Council on Foreign Relations



Girish Menon Director Executiv, ActionAid UKGirish Menon

CEO of ActionAid UK



Amanda Mukwashi Director Executiv, Christian AidAmanda Mukwashi

CEO of Christian Aid



Dawn Nakagawa Vicepreședinte al Institutului BerggruenDawn Nakagawa

Executive Vice President, Berggruen Institute



Sir Jim O’Neill Președinte al Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House)Lord Jim O'Neill

Chair of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House



Dr. Danny Sriskandarajah  Director Executiv, OxfamDr Danny Sriskandarajah

CEO of Oxfam



Tim Wainwright  Director Executiv, WaterAid UkTim Wainwright

CEO of WaterAid UK



Kevin Watkins  Director Executiv, Fundația „Salvați Copiii”, Marea BritanieKevin Watkins

CEO of Save the Children UK



Dr. Rowan Williams  Arhiepiscop de Canterbury (2002-2012); Președinte al Christian AidDr Rowan Williams

Archbishop of Canterbury 2002-2012; Chair of Christian Aid

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