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Vaira Vike-Freiberga

Vice-President, World Bank 1992-2000, Co-Chair NGIC

Ismail Serageldin

President of Serbia (2004-2012)

Boris Tadic

President of Finland (2000-2012)

Tarja Halonen

Secretary-General of the Arab League (2001-2011)

Amre Moussa

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Marianna Vardinoyannis

Chairperson of the Committee of Diaspora, Republic of Azerbaijan (2008-2018)

Nazim Ibrahimov

President of Croatia (2010-2015)

Ivo Josipovic

Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2001-2002)

Zlatko Lagumdzija

President Republic of Bulgaria (2012-2017)

Rosen Plevneliev

President Republic of Bulgaria (1997-2002)

Petar Stoyanov

President of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights (1988 – Present)

Kerry Kennedy

Under Secretary General of the United Nations (2007-2015)

Noeleen Heyzer

Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia (2010-2012)

Eka Tkeshelashvili

First Lady of Ukraine 2005-2010, President Ukraine 3000 Foundation

Katheryna Yuschenko

Senior Vice-President of Exxon Mobil (2000-2013)

Jean Baderschneider

Prime Minister of Belgium, 2008, 2009-2011

Yves Leterme

President of Montenegro (2003-2018)

Filip Vujanović

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From Dr. Vaira Vike-Freiberga

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread across the world, the Nizami Ganjavi International Centre continues to express its heartfelt solidarity with all those affected and to call for more transnational cooperation. In addition, the members of the NGIC International Board of Trustees have been busy, each in their own country as well as inter-nationally, offering objective analyses of the world situation along with words of moral support and reassurance to distraught populations. They have also been intermediaries in the distribution of aid of various kinds to the vulnerable, both in Azerbaijan, the home country of NGIC, and in other countries, with concrete initiatives that respond to concrete needs and do so in an effective and timely manner.


We, the Laureates and Leaders for Children, call upon the world’s Heads of Government to demonstrate wise leadership and to urgently care for the impoverished and the marginalised. Decisions made by our leaders, actions taken by us and the discourses that ensue in the next few weeks will be crucial. They are going to shape the future of polity, economy, culture and morality.

Uniting Behind A People’s Vaccine Against COVID-19

Humanity today, in all its fragility, is searching for an effective and safe vaccine against COVID-19. It is our best hope of putting a stop to this painful global pandemic.

A Letter to G20 Governments

The communique from the G20 Extraordinary Leaders’ Summit on March 26, 2020, recognized the gravity and urgency of the entwined public health and economic crises, but we now require urgent specific measures that can be agreed on with speed and at scale: emergency support for global health initiatives led by the World Health Organization (WHO) and emergency measures to restore the global economy. Both require world leaders to commit to funding far beyond the current capacity of our existing international institutions.

An Open Letter to the UN, G-20, and National Governments on COVID-19 and Agriculture for Food and Nutrition Security

We are writing to call for a set of internationally coordinated, locally relevant actions to address the medium- and longer-term impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture, food, and nutrition security. The current global health crisis has disrupted supply chains and laid bare the need to address the inter-related challenges of hunger, malnutrition, climate change, and environmental degradation and has emphasized the need for concerted, proactive and collective actions to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the UN in 2015.

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