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A New Zealand politician. The Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme since 2009.
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ENG: Helen Elizabeth Clark, ONZ SSI (born 26 February 1950) is a New Zealand politician, who was the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand serving three consecutive terms from 1999 to 2008. She was the first woman elected, at a general election, as the Prime Minister, and was the fifth longest serving person to hold that office. She has been Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the third-highest UN position, since 2009. Clark graduated from the University of Auckland in 1974 and became political in her teenage years, involving herself in the New Zealand Labour Party. While a junior lecturer at the University in the early 1970s, Clark entered local politics in 1974 in Auckland but was not elected to any position. She was elected to Parliament for the Mount ...
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Helen Clark remembers securing World Cup‎

Amid a tournament that's all about men, one woman is watching from afar, satisfied in the role she has played to help secure hosting rights for the biggest event this country has seen. Former prime minister Helen Clark is now the administrator of the United Nations development programme, the third-highest UN position, based in New York. However, she plans to be in New Zealand for the Rugby World Cup final on October 23. "I just hope the All Blacks are in it," she told the Waikato Times this week. Ms Clark said the idea to pitch for RWC hosting rights was rolled around the Beehive "in the ...

Helen Clark speaks on Peter Fraser, United Nations

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark is using the legacy of one of her predecessors as motivation to push harder towards achieving global aid goals. Now heading the United Nations Development Programme from New York, Miss Clark said in a speech in Wellington tonight that while progress was being made through the Millennium Declaration in tackling global crises such as disease, poverty and lack of education, national interest was hindering progress in other areas. The developing world was generally on target to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) poverty reduction targets by 2015, but ...

Helen Clark fronts up for hairdresser Serville

Former Prime Minister Helen Clark has lent her public support, yet again, to her main man.Having opened Paul Serville's last hairdressing academy 10 years ago, Clark was keen to do it again.Serville has been intimately acquainted with Clark's hair for more than 15 years - taking her from fashion dud to hot head honcho."It took me a long time to find someone who could deal with my very difficult hair. So Paul's been very loyal to my hair and I've been very loyal to him," Clark said. New Zealand's first elected female PM has had her fair share of dud do's - from bowl cut to 90's power bob. But ...

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Rappers want Helen Clark back - Scoop.co.nz
Rappers want Helen Clark backScoop.co.nzRappers want Helen Clark back. An Auckland-based rap duo, Bones, have released their controversial hit “Johnny Boy” this weekend, which calls for the Prime Minister to step down. T-Cha and Sophoenix, who rap in the band, posted the track on the group's ...
The Nation News Bites: Serco, CYFS & Former PM Helen Clark - Scoop.co.nz
The Nation News Bites: Serco, CYFS & Former PM Helen ClarkScoop.co.nzA selection of news bites from the Saturday 29th August 2015 edition of The Nation which featured interviews with Former PM Helen Clark, SERCO CEO Rupert Soames and Children's Commissioner Russell Wills. The Nation's Youtube Channel is here.
Transcript: Helen Clark - 3News NZ
3News NZTranscript: Helen Clark3News NZLisa Owen: Helen Clark has a lot on her plate. If it's not urging developed countries to do more on climate change, it's helping push through the sustainable development goals - the United Nations' big new set of global targets for the next 15 years ...'We need New Zealand to act', says Helen Clark on climate changeNew Zealand HeraldRefugee deluge: International community needs to step up, says Helen ClarkNewstalk ZBHelen Clark. On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Helen ClarkVoxyall 8 news articles »
Clark urges PM to follow her on refugees - New Zealand Herald
The National Business ReviewClark urges PM to follow her on refugeesNew Zealand HeraldThe Govt's continual procrastination on the Syrian refugee crisis as former PM Helen Clark looks like taking the lead role at the United Nations. Illustration / Rod Emmerson. Leaders of every party and Young Nats call on Government to act more ...National out of step on refugeesRadio New ZealandRefugee crisis: John Key softens on refugee quotaStuff.co.nzNew Zealand to take 100 Syrian refugees, says United NationsJewocity.com (press release) (blog)all 191 news articles »

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