Media invitation - The 2010 Montreal Millennium Summit - April 20 to 22

Accreditation Form Available Online

MONTREAL, April 12 /CNW Telbec/ - Acting on the initiative of Daniel Germain, Founding President of the Club des petits déjeuners du Québec and Breakfast Clubs of Canada, this city will once again - for the fourth time - host the Montreal Millennium Summit, on April 20, 21 and 22 this year at the Palais des congrès.

Attendees at the fourth edition of this international summit will include the key players in the field of social advocacy, representing governments, civil society, academia and the world's biggest humanitarian organizations. In working to build a major worldwide network for exchange and cooperation, this forum will serve as a platform for building the general population's awareness of the Millennium Development Goals, highlighting the efforts of organizations working to improve our collective well-being, inspiring the next generation to contribute to sustainable development and suggesting initiatives to ensure more effective help is given to the planet's most vulnerable inhabitants and children. With a special focus on the impact of climate change on the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals, the event will comprise sessions for experts from Canada and around the world, a youth forum and a conference open to the general public.

To attend the Montreal Millenium Summit, please fill the accreditation form available online at the following address:

(To download Accreditation Form - PDF document)



For further information: For further information: Press relations: Roy & Turner communications, (514) 844-9678; Isabelle Longtin,; Elisabeth Roy,; Claudine Ferragut,

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