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'Moving Towards Peace in the Middle East and North Africa' Conference sponsored by Mr.Yasser Bin Homran - The Dorchester, London - June 25 2014

Rev. Brian Cooper : Reflections on the Religious Factor

First, I wish to add my own thanks to Mr. Yasser bin Homran for sponsoring this conference on 'Moving Towards Peace in the Middle East and North Africa' - never more urgently necessary. I want to reflect briefly on the religious factor.

Learning from Europe's Experience:
From mid-16th century to mid-17th century, in the wake of Protestant Reformation & Catholic Counter-Reformation, many wars of religion engulfed Europe: conflicts between states, civil wars, England's conflict with Spain, the terrible 30 Years War [1618-48] when Germany lost 1/3 of its populace; Britain's 17th-century civil wars. Of course, religion was not the only factor - class conflict, dynastic succession, balance of power,economic forces were also important - but the clash of religious forces was the dynamic - imbuing conflicts with intense persistence & uncompromising fanaticism, far greater than in purely political wars. Why? Because religion claims to deal with absolute truths, humanity/God issues, the very fundamentals of human existence - so can unleash unequalled energies for good - and ill. After 100 years of conflicts, a war-weary Europe finally recognised this - religion was removed from international relations. For 300 years, except on the Balkan periphery, religion ceased to be a dynamic for conflict in Europe. This fundamental change came from sheer war-exhaustion - and, in northern Europe, acceptance of religious toleration.Only in 20th-century,with quasi-religious Fascism,did violent fanaticism return. [Contrary to Osama bin Laden's claim, Britain defeated the Ottoman Empire in World War One for imperialism, not to replace the Caliphate with a 'Christian' system.]

Why is this recall of European history relevant for 'moving towards peace in Middle East today'? Because significant parallels between 16th/17th century Europe & early 21st century Middle East are readily evident. Religion, especially rivalry between Sunni Islam & Shia Islam in Iraq,Syria & elsewhere, but not only that rivalry, is the high-energy dynamic encompassing & heightening power struggles, drives for regional spheres of influence and control of resources, rush to fill post-US vacuum, etc. The context is this: a fundamental shift has taken place across the region from Tunisia to Afghanistan/Pakistan. The vacuum left by collapse of 20th century Arab secular ideologies - Arab Socialism, secular nationalism and Pan-Arabism - has been filled by Islamism - a spiritual resurgence with deep but differing political consequences made more complex by inter-action with Arab Spring[initially 'secular' - then more Islamist]. Islamism in its various forms from moderate to ISIS etc.. is now the dominant narrative across Muslim world.

Can Middle East move away from Violence?
Is Middle East doomed to repeat Europe's terrible experience of religion-fuelled conflict? Today, signs are not good: Sunni-Shia division, a genuine historic separation within Islam, threatens to engulf the region, as fanatical mis-use of faith "justifies" atrocities/terrorism/ banditry -- and is used for power rivalries, eg Shia Iran v Sunni Saudi Arabia. In Bahrain, Shia majority struggle for democratic rights against Sunni ruling elite. Tunisia offers hope with its moderate Islamist Ennahda Party ruling in broad coalition to establish lasting democracy. If other states followed Tunisia's example, that would contribute hugely to building peace.

Yet it seems unlikely Muslim Middle East today would be willing to learn from Europe's history, due to deep-rooted and wholly justifiable distrust of the West.
Dr. Javed Saqlain, Pakistan Consul in Glasgow, addressing UfP Middle East event in Edinburgh[2013], declared: "the disastrous consequences of the Gulf Wars,Afghan War and the West's hypocritical silence over Palestine and Kashmir, have only deepened Muslim distrust." So, if Muslim Middle East won't learn from Europe's past - and one wishes it would - could it recall the 'golden ages' of Ottoman and other rulers who gave full freedom of worship to the other faiths of the Book - the other Abrahamic faiths, Judaism and Christianity? [eg. Pre-Reconquista southern Spain?]

Religion - A Force for Peace & Harmony, not Discord & Division ? RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: As the dominant religious presence in Middle East, Islam has special responsibility for Christian & other minorities. Countries like Jordan & some Gulf states offer a high degree of religious freedom, allowing churches,synagogues, Hindu mandir and other faith traditions to operate freely; others states are restrictive, or even totally ban non-Muslim faith expressions. Since the Prophet Mahomet [blessings be upon him] was protected by a Christian king, and himself protected churches & synagogues, saying all followers of Abraham should be honoured - surely such restrictions cannot be justified. If all Middle East countries could move towards full religious freedom, as most basic human right, that would contribute greatly towards peace-building - because different faiths cand and do build harmony together.

SUNNI and SHIA: The sudden rise of ISIS in Iraq & Syria,unlike Al-Qaeda, is not primarily anti-Western [but certainly a danger to the West], but "attacks what it sees deviant forms of Islam, both Shiite and Sunni. This is why Al-Qaeda has disowned Isis as too violent and theocratically wrong" - Major Gen. Jonathan Shaw, commander UK forces in Basra & critic of Iraq War 2003. For now,ISIS's enemies are Iraq's Shiites, al-Maliki's [Shiite] & Assad's secular/Alawite,regimes. Its aim of restoring the Caliphate from the Atlantic to Indonesia equals the total politicisation of the 'umma', the worldwide Muslim family of faith.

Muslim leaders and scholars in both Sunni and Shia communities, who deplore the violence and atrocities being done in the name of their faith traditions, must speak out and condemn those who mis-use Islam for violence. How can prayer to the Merciful, Compassionate Deity - Allah / God - be followed by terrible killing? Is this not as much a denial of true Islam as the Crusades were a denial of the teaching of Jesus? Christian communities are now targetted by Jihadists in Syria; many Christians have become refugees. "Islamic unity is the best hope for a lasting Christian presence in the Middle East" - His Beatitude Gregorios III, Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch of Damascus. Can Sunni-Shia conflict be ended - not just militarily - before it engulfs the region in chaos? Can 'takfiri violence' be outlawed by Muslim leaders and scholars. Peace within Islam - a religion of peace - is necessary for peace across Middle East. In the famous words of Catholic theologian Hans Kung, "there can be no world peace without peace between the world's religions." So recent united meetings & calls for peace by Shia and Sunni clerics are very welcome.

: Can Middle East be moved towards peace by heeding the voices of world faith leaders? 2007 saw leading Muslim scholars address to the Christian world the document A Common Word between Us and You. It declared that Christian-Muslim co-operation, based on common moral imperatives derived from the Koran and the Bible, was urgently needed for world peace [especially in Middle East]. 2008 Pope Benedict XVI held high-level Christian-Muslim dialogue. Many other initiatives followed. The Saudi royal house has been involved in global inter-faith dialogues,eg.the Astana conferences. In 2012 Pope Benedict XVI's high-profile 'peace mission' to Lebanon spoke to whole Middle East. He went in 'solidarity' with all suffering there, urged dialogue,inter-religious tolerance & 'communion between people' as keys to peace; cessation of violence; he condemned the export of weapons to Middle East as 'a grave sin'. The popular response to him reflected deep yearnings for peace across the region and across faith divides. On his recent visit to Jordan & Holy Land, albeit more low-key, Pope Francis commended Jordan's actions for "inter-religious dialogue and understanding between Jews, Christians and Muslims" - implicitly urging such for the region.

: While Christian-Muslim conflict is not central to the current crisis, its centuries-long legacy is deep source of discord - expressed in anti-Christian discrimination in some Muslim states [eg.Copts in Egypt], and war against Christians by some foreign Jihadists in Syria. Also, many Middle East Muslims interpret UK/US invasions eg Iraq, Afghanistan, as a 'War on Islam' ['War on Terror' often seen as that], while some US writers and Christian leaders speak of 'Clash of Civilisations'. Both are wrong - but are widely-held misconceptions. There is a profound and urgent need for Christian-Muslim accord, co-operation and reconciliation - based on mutual forgiveness. COMMON WORD could be the basis for such reconciliation. Public acts of accord within Islam and between Christians and Muslims would be potent SIGNS OF HOPE / WITNESS FOR PEACE in Middle East today: such could help:
- to oppose the mis-use of faith for violence - and morally isolate the men of violence
- to proclaim unequivocally that faith can never justify violence
- to change the atmosphere away from conflict and towards peace
- to undergird political peace processes with the support of faith communities.


I pray that faith will be in reality inspire and energise peace and harmony in Middle East.

Rev. Brian Cooper - Churches & Inter-Faith Secretary, Uniting for Peace - June 25 2014.

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2014 Events

25
June

Moving Towards Peace in the Middle East and North Africa

Date: Wednesday 25 June, 2014

Time: 6 pm start

Venue:
The Dorchester
53 Park Lane
Mayfair
London W1K 1QA

Contact:

Nadeem Chibbar:
07466 392 961
Email: ngbr@iandalus.com

Vijay Mehta:
07776 231 018
Email: vijay@vmpeace.org

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15
Sept

UNA Putney and Roehampton

The UN Security Council - how it works and is it time for reform ?

Speakers:
Vijay Mehta
David Wardrop

Date: Monday 15th September, 2014

Time: 6 pm start

Venue: Putney Methodist Church
Gwendolen Ave, London SW15 6SN

Contact: Robert Storey
storeyw@aol.com


 

27
Sept

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion and screening of the film 'Change the World' organised by UNA Bexhill and Hastings

Keynote Speaker:
Vijay Mehta

Date: Saturday, 27th September, 2014

Time: Starts 10:30am

Venue: TBC

Contact: Linda Bailey
lrbailey@sky.com


9
Oct

Uniting for peace

Annual Erskine Childers Lecture 2014

The Human Right to Peace

Foundation for a Just International Order

Keynote Speaker:
Alfred de Zayas
United Nations Human Rights Council Special Rapporteur

Date: Thursday 9th October

Time: 18:00 - 20:30

Venue:
Hilton London Euston
17-18 Upper Woburn Place
London WC1H OHT

Contact: Vijay Mehta
vijay@vmpeace.org

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25
Nov

Uniting for Peace Annual Conference

Date: Tuesday 25 November

Time: 6.00 pm - 8.30 pm

Venue: House of Lords, Room 4a

Theme
Who rules the world ?


Flash points and power rivalries from Europe to Far East


Speakers to be announced

Contact: for further information contact Vijay Mehta at vijay@vmpeace.org

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2014 Past Events

29
Mar

A New Momentum for Peace - No Syria Intervention - What Next?

UK's Ethical Foreign Policy - After No War on Syria can soft power prevail ?

Saturday 29 March

Time: 10.30 am - 4.30 pm


Venue: Wesley’s Chapel
49 City Road
London EC1Y 1AU

Contact: info@unitingforpeace.com

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27
Mar

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion and screening of the Film 'Change the World' organised by Cardiff and District UNA

Date:
Thursday 27 March

Time:
7 pm start

Venue:
Temple of Peace,
King Edward VII Avenue,
Cardiff,
South Glamorgan
CF10 3AP

Contact:

Robin Attfield AttfieldR@cardiff.ac.uk


 

4
Mar

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion and screening of the film 'Change the World' organised by University of Liverpool

Date: Tuesday 4 March 2014

Time: 3.30 - 5.00 pm

Venue: TBC

Contact: Dr Philip Leech
philip.leech@liverpool.ac.uk


27
Feb

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion and screening of the film 'Change the World' organised by Manchester Model United Nations Society

Date: Thursday 27 February

Time: starts 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm

Venue:
University of Manchester
University Place, Room 1.218,
Oxford Road,
Manchester, M13 9PL

Contact: Heena Mohammed
heena.mohammed@student.manchester.ac.uk


 

18
Feb

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by Clare Politics, Clare College, Cambridge

Date: Tuesday 18 February

Time: Starts 8 pm

Venue: Clare College, Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1TL

Contact: Adam Terry
ajt84@cam.ac.uk


 

13
Feb

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by North Staffordshire UNA Youth

Date: Thursday 13 February

Time: Starts at 4 pm

Venue: Newcastle Under Lyme School, Mount Pleasant, Newcastle Under Lyme, ST5 1DB

Contact: Reece Edmonds
redmonds1994@gmail.com


30
Jan

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by UN Society at SOAS

Date: Thursday 30 January

Time: Starts at 6.00 pm

Venue: Room No. VG06, Vernon Square Campus, SOAS, London WC1X 9EW

Contact: Rahim Lakhani
573943@soas.ac.uk


23
Jan

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by University of Westminister Department of Politics and International Relations

Date: Thursaday 23 January

Time: Starts 6.00 pm

Venue: 32 - 38 Well Street, London, W1T 3UW (Top floor)

Contact: Aidan Hehir a.hehir@westminister.ac.uk


 

5 - 7
Jan

Towards a Nonviolent Future: Seeking Realistic Models for Peaceful Co-existence and Sustainablity organised by Anuvrat Global Organisation (Anuvibha)
Jaipur, India

Anuvibha Jaipur Kendra, Opposite Gaurav Tower, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, India

Contact:
S L Gandhi
slgandhi@hotmail.com

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2013 Past Events

04
Dec

Race, Faith and World Peace

Time: 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

Venue: Hilton London Euston
17-18 Upper Woburn Palace
London WC1H 0HT

Distinguished speakers:

Contact:
Vijay Mehta - vijay@vmpeace.org
0207 377 2111

Brain Cooper: 0131 446 9545

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02
Dec

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by The Grimshaw Club.

Time: 6.30 pm - 8.00 pm

Venue: London School of Economics, The LSESU Grimshaw International Relations Club, Clement House 2.02

Contact: Valerie Tang
E-mail: V.W.Tang@lse.ac.uk

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25
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by UNA Gloucestershire County & Quaker Peace Group

Time: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm

Venue: Cheltenham Friends Meeting House, Cheltenham Gloucestershire

Contact: Christopher Dickenson,
+44 (0)1242 870260, Alison Crane sowsider@yahoo.co.uk

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21
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion hosted by DEVsoc and PSI society

Time: 7.00 pm

Venue: Arts 01.02 (a lecture theatre) on UEA (University of East Anglia) campus, Norwich Research Park, Norwich

Contact: Louisa Fenwick
Louisa.Fenwick@uea.ac.uk


20
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion hosted by Tavistock Peace Action Group

Time: 19:30 Start

Venue: Tavistock United Reformed Church, Russell St, Tavistock
Devon PL19 8BD

Contact: Ginny Davies
z200@onetel.com

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14
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by London Metropolitian University

Time: 2 - 4 pm

Venue: Calcutta House, CM4-2 Old Castle Street, E1 7NT

Contact: Please contact Tiffany at: munlondonmet@gmail.com


13 - 25
Nov

UNA Westminister Hosting Film Festival

Time, venue details and synopses
www.wethepeoples.org.uk

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For further details contact:
David Wardrop, e-mail: davidwardrop@bulldoghome.com


13
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by The York University Green Party

Time: 18:30 Start

Speaker: Vijay Mehta, Author of the Economics of killing

Venue: V/N/123 Vanbrugh College, University of York, Heslington, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 5DD

Contact: Alfie Van den Bos - politics@theyorker.co.uk


12
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by RUHL, Diplomatic Society

Time: 18:00 start

Speaker: Vijay Mehta, Author of the Economics of killing

Venue: Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey (Room to be decided, please email Maria for details)

Contact: Maria Rodriguez Schaap - dipsoc@gmail.com


07
Nov

Unting for Peace Annual Conference The Real Agenda: Syria, Mali and DRC - Terrorism, or Resource Wars ?

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05
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by Schumacher College

20:00 start

Schumacher College, The Old Postern, Dartington Hall, Totnes, TQ9 6EA

For more details about the Spiritual Activism course - sustaining the path of non-violence click here


03
Nov

Peace Service 2013

Time: 3 pm

Address: Dover Unitarian Church,
Adrian Street, Dover, CT17 9AT

Led by Andreas Weisner Uniting for Peace

Contact: Andreas Weisner,
01227 637135,
Mobile: 07960 684 758

Email: andreas.weisner@talktalk.net


24
Oct

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by: Philosophy Politics and Economics, University of Oxford

Time: 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm

Speaker: Vijay Mehta, Author of the Economics of killing

Venue: Corpus Christi Auditorium, Merton Street, Oxford OX1 4JF

Contact: Eve McQuillian - eve.mcquillian@some.ox.ac.uk


16
Oct

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion by Cambridge Hub
Cambridge, UK

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08
Oct

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

19:00 Start

Venue: Wellington Church Library, 77 South Park Avenue, Glassgow, G12 8LE

Contact: Flavia T
e-mail: flavia@banthebomb.org

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02
Oct


The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by Queen Mary University and Medact
London, UK

18:00 - 19:30

Morris Lecture Theatre
Robin Brooke Centre
Barts Hospital West Smithfield
London EC1A 7BE

Contact:
David McCoy
d.mccoy@ucl.ac.uk


 

October / November

Quakers in York
Talking of Peace

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28
September

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion hosted by UNA Lymington
UK

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26
September

Concord College and UNA Shropshire welcomes you to a book discussion on Vijay Mehta’s latest book: The Economics of Killing

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22
September

Sunday Lecture: The Economics of Killing 11:00

Conway Hall Ethical Society presents Sunday Lecture: The Economics of Killing - Vijay Mehta

Venue: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

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21 - 22
September

UNITING for PEACE - September Peace Days 2013

UN Peace Day September 21 - Peacemaking Sunday September 22

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20 - 21
September


The Peace & Anti-War
Movement on the eve of the first world war - lessons for
today

Friends Meeting House, Mount Street. Manchester, UK

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20
September

CANCELLED

Due to unavoidable circumstances the Annual Erskine Childers lecture 2013 has been cancelled.

The Series of Annual Erskine Childers lecture for 2014 will continue.

Uniting for Peace apologises for any inconvenience

2013 Annual Erskine Childers lecture, United Nations and European Union - can they work together for peace, democracy and rule of law ?
Hilton, London


 

17
September

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion organised by London Campaign Against Arms Trade

6.30pm start

London CAAT,
Unit4, 5-7 Wells Terrace,
London N4 3JU

Contact: Ian Pocock
email: londoncaat@riseup.net


14
September

Pope John XXIII’s Landmark Document, Pacem in Terris (Peace on Earth) organised by NATIONAL JUSTICE & PEACE NETWORK (NJPN)

Speaker
Vijay Mehta, author of The Economics of Killing

St Columba, Plas Newton Lane, Chester CH2 1SA

Contact:
Ann Kelly - admin@justice-and-peace.org.uk


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Read Vijay's Lecture
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13 - 15
September

IPB (International Peace Bureau) Triennial gathering, Stockholm

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04
September

“THE ECONOMICS OF KILLING” book discussion organised by London Region CND

Speaker:
Vijay Mehta, author of The Economics of Killing

Time:: 20:00 - 21:00
Venue: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Contact: David Polden - david.lrcnd@cnduk.org


 

02
September

BIG Blockade
of AWE (Atomic Weapons Establishment) Burghfield

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25
July

“THE ECONOMICS OF KILLING” book discussion organised by Peace News Summer Camp,
Norfolk, UK

16:30 - 18:30

Woolsey Bridge Fields, Burston Road, Diss., Norfolk

Contact:
Milan Rai
editorial@peacenews.info


17
July


New Economics Foundation London is hosting The Economics of Killing book discussion event at
3 Jonathon Street,
London SE11 5NH
UK

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29
June

Social History Society, London is hosting The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event
at the Marchmont Centre, London, UK

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27
June

A book discussion on Prof. Akbar Ahmed's book 'The Thistle and the Drone' at the House of Lords

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27
June

UfP Churches & Inter-Faith for Peace cordially invite you to:
2013 Edinburgh INTER-FAITH EVENT for WORLD PEACE
Annual Summer Occasion
' REFLECTION and ACTION -- for PEACE

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14
June

"The Role of India's North - East in Global Development"

An event hosted by Friends of Assam and Seven Sisters in association with Nehru Centre (the Cultural Wing of Indian High Commission) and Tea Board of India as a part of "Celebrate Assam"

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07
June

Dutch Student Association Netherlands is hosting The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event
Utrecht, Netherlands

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04
June

UNA Blackheath and Greenwich Branch is hosting The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event at The Old Bakehouse, Bennett Park, 11 Blackheath Village SE3 9LA (opp. Blackheath Station)

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01
May

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event hosted by Bristol University MUN Society
Bristol, UK

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02
May

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event hosted by Southampton Hub
Southampton, UK

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20
Apr


Uniting for Peace Spring Conference and AGM
Linking 2D's Democracy and Development for Peace
London, UK

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05
Mar

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion

University of Warwick
Coventry, UK

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02
Feb

Faith and Peace -
Middle East and Pakistan
Edinburgh, UK

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25
Jan

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion by Oxford Hub
Oxford, UK

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17 - 19
Jan

Human Rights and International Peace Keeping: From Military Intervention to local Anti-violence Efforts

Conference Hosted by: NUCHR
Northwestern University Campus

Evanston, Illinois, USA
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2012 Past Events

8
Dec

Commeration of the Nobel Peace Day

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16
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event

New Delhi, India

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20
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event

Mumbai, MH 400001, India

[View leaflet]


22
Nov

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event

Hyderbad - 500 082, India

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23
Oct

The Economics of Killing Book Launch Discussion

University of Bristol

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20
Oct

Called to be Peacemakers Conference 2012 - 'Money, Power
and Peace'

Euston Road, London, UK

[View leaflet]


4
Oct

The Economics of Killing Book Launch Discussion

University of Sussex,
Brighton, East Sussex, UK

[Vew Leaflet]


21st
Sept

Celebrate International Day of Peace

I N V I T A T I O N: United Nations International Day of Peace 2012

Liverpool, UK

[View leaflet]


21st - 23rd
Sept

Peace Days 2012
Edinburgh, UK

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18
Sept

The Economics of Killing Book Discussion Event

Quaker Meeting House, Edinburgh

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