Former President Bill Clinton will make his sixth appearance as a guest on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" to discuss the Clinton Global Initiative on Thursday, September 16th, at 11:00 pm (ET/PT).
President Clinton, who will preside over the 2010 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, which takes place next week (September 20-23) in New York City, previously appeared as a guest on the Emmy show.
As you know, "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" won another Emmy this year, beating out fellow contender, "The Colbert Report".
Established in 2005 by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Global Initiative convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges. Since 2005, CGI annual meetings have brought together more than 125 current and former heads of state, 15 Nobel peace Prize laureates, hundreds of leading CEOs, heads of foundations, major philanthropists, directors of themost effective non-governmental organizations, and prominent members of the media.
These CGI members have made more than 1700 commitments valued at $57 billion, which have already improved the lives of 220 million people in more than 170 countries. In 2009, the Annual Meeting was named the number one conference for CEOS.
The CGI community also includes CGI University, a forum to engage college students in global citizenship, MyCommitment.org, an online portal where anybody can make a Commitment to Action, and CGI Lead, which engages a select group of young leaders from business, government, and civil society.
Other celebrities appearing on "The Daily Show" this week are:
Ben Affleck - TONIGHT, September 13 (Actor & Director)
Tony Blair - Tuesday, September 14 (Former British Prime Minister, Author)
Jon Hamm - Wednesday, September 15 (Actor from "The Town")
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