London - 12th October 2017
"Can UN Build a Peaceful World?"
To Save Succeeding Generations from the Scourge of War
Chair: Rita Payne, President Emeritus Commonwealth Journalists Association
Fabian Hamilton MP, Labour Shadow Peace & Disarmament Minister
Humphrey Hawksley, BBC Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Author, Asian Waters: Chinese Expansion and the Shifting Balance of Powers
Breines Ingeborg, Former Director, UNESCO and Former Co-President, IPB
Natalie Samarsinghe, Executive Director, UNA UK (invited)
Vijay Mehta, Author and Chair, Uniting for Peace
Brian Cooper, Coordinator and Inter-Faith Secretary, Uniting for Peace
Luke Addison, PeaceJam, Rotaract and Model UN UK Representative
Hilton London Euston
17-18 Upper Woburn Place
London WC1H 0HT
Nearest Tube Station: Euston
Time & Date:
18:30 - 21:00
12 October, 2017
After the Cold War, new regional conflicts and flashpoints have broken out under the impact of nationalist passions, power rivalries, misuse of religion, ethnic divisions and the pursuit of 'War on Terror' in which millions of people have died.
After the 2nd World War, United Nations was established to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war. Distinguished speakers will explore what reforms can be undertaken for UN to become a transparent, accountable and democratic body fully effective for building a peaceful world.
It is a free public meeting, you and your colleagues/friends are all welcome to attend. Donations welcome.
For registrations and any other info please
Vijay Mehta - Uniting for Peace
Telephone: 0207 791 1717
Brian Cooper: 0131 446 9545
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