CIGI's annual conference attracted world-class talent into its fold, last Friday, including diplomats, academics and the business elite from around the globe who are not only experienced, but also willing to share. Laurier students and the KW public can look to capitalize on their expertise, research and developments.
"CIGI has a vocation that is particularly relevant right now," said Louise Fréchette, former deputy secretary-general of the UN and distinguished fellow at CIGI, in reference to its focus on international governance.
"The world keeps changing," she continued, citing new countries with larger space in the world economy who don't...

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