Prime Min. Gro Brundtland


Prime Minister Gro Brundtland, a medical doctor and master of public health, served for 20 years in public office in Norway, including ten years as prime minister. In the 1980s, she gained international respect for her policy work, championing the principle of sustainable development as the chair of the World Commission of Environment and Development (the “Brundtland Commission”). Currently, she serves as a commissioner on the International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament, co-chaired by Gareth Evans of Australia and Yoriko Kawaguchi of Japan. She is also deputy chair of The Elders, an eminent group of world leaders working to address difficult global challenges.


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