The Gorbachev Foundation of North America

Located at Northeastern University

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GFNA Speaker Series

Professor Jorge Dominguez
CUBA: Today and Tomorrow  

Thursday, February 15th
Raytheon Amphitheater, Egan

Professor Bernard Black
Institutional Reform in Transition: A Case Study of Russia  

April 23, 2003
11:30am - 1:30pm
450 Dodge Hall

Right Honourable Kim Campbell P.C., Q.C.
Women in Politics  

February 26, 2003

Mikhail Gorbachev
GFNA First Five Years of Progress  

November 11, 2002

The Honourable Graham Allen
The Last Prime Minister  

April 3, 2002

Speaker Series

The Gorbachev Foundation of North America's Speaker Series provides a forum for outstanding world leaders, politicians, policy makers, academics, and business executives to discuss important issues of the day connected to the core mission of the Foundation. 

The goal of GFNA is to contribute to the strengthening and spread of democracy and economic liberalization. A non-partisan organization, the Gorbachev Foundation examines the social, economic culture, and technological forces that influence democratization.

Included in this program are meetings dedicated to the discussion of current events in specific nations and regions. Events are held on Northeastern University's main campus and are open to the Boston community.