"The 70th Anniversary of the Establishment of the UN: Developing Initiatives to Promote Cultural Understanding, Global Human Rights & World Peace within the Commonwealth"
(London; July 22nd - 24th, 2015)
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historic day of November 9th 2014, which marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of
the fall of the Berlin Wall and the summer of 2015 which will mark the 70th
anniversary of the end of the last world war and the establishment of the UN,
represent the major transitions that have taken place globally in the
development of global human rights towards a more peaceful, prosperous, equal
and protected society.
The Institute for Cultural Diplomacy has therefore created the International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the Commonwealth 2015 in order to build on this past experience and to formulate new initiatives, which will strengthen international relations and encourage cooperation between diverse communities based upon values of peace, democracy, human rights and the rule of law within the Commonwealth of Nations.
The Symposium will include keynote addresses, lectures, and interactive panel discussions and debates in order to create a platform for new initiatives to be created and proposed.