Kim Campbell

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Kim Campbell "was Canada’s first female prime minister (serving in 1993). Her previous positions included Minister of State for Indian Affairs and Northern Development and the first female Minister of Justice and Attorney General. In 2004, she became Secretary General of the Club de Madrid, an organization of former heads of government and state who work to promote democratization. She was a founding member of the Club of Madrid, an independent organization whose main purpose is to strengthen democracy in the world. Its membership is by invitation only and consists of former Heads of State and Government. In 2004 Campbell assumed the role of Secretary General of the organization." [1]

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  2. Steering Committee, World Movement for Democracy, accessed May 18, 2010.
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  8. High Level Advisory Board, East West Institute, accessed February 26, 2008.
  9. Gorbachev Foundation of North America Staff, organizational web page, accessed June 18, 2012.