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  • Intervention of Prof. Simon Holberton

    Prof. Simon Holberton

    Thank you very much. I’m delighted to be here day to participate in this discussion. I’d like to start by saying a few words about the state of social media today. Then, I want to move to consider (briefly) some of threats to communication across social networks. And then I want to conclude by looking at a positive development of promoting peace through social media.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Zuheir Bahaloul

    Hon. Zuheir Bahloul

    Distinguished world leaders, parliamentarians, Ladies and Gentlemen, it's a great honor and privilege for me to share with you a few thoughts about the topic our chairman has articulated.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Ulviyya Agayeva

    Hon. Ulviyya Agayeva

    Dear participants of the conference, ladies and gentlemen, we know, existing in the world problems such as territorial dispute, religious and racial conflicts, terrorism, climate change, environmental pollution, poverty, hunger, the spread of nuclear weapons obstructs the development of humanity and establishment of peace in the world.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Hilik Bar

    Hon. Hilik Bar

    First, I am very excited to be here at the British Parliament to actually discuss peace. I am not saying this just for nothing, because it’s not very popular to discuss peace; not in our region, in the Middle East and in Israel between us and the Palestinians, and definitely not in parliament. What we are doing here, UPF at the British parliament, is amazing; it is to put peace at the top of the priorities.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Eleonora Bechis

    Hon. Eleonora Bechis

    Today in this institutional setting I’m going to talk to you with humility and passion about the reasons why I consider essential, for my country and for the whole world, the establishment of a worldwide association of parliamentarians, whose purpose is to weave a rich, continuous dialogue in order to build peace and the awakening of human consciousness.

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  • Intervention of Senator Latifa Gahouchi

    Senator Latifa Gahouchi

    Ladies and gentlemen,

    I cannot begin this speech without thanking the Universal Peace Federation, Jacques Marion, its general secretary and Mr. Veracx who offer me the honor and pleasure to invite me in such a prestigious place. I wish I was here for a conference on a different topic, but we are all gathered today here to talk about terrorism.

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  • Intervention of Dr. Vladimir Petrovskiy

    Dr. Vladimir Petrovskiy

    At present the complex relationships established in the western part of the former Soviet Union is a complicating factor in the relations between Russia and the European Union.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Paulo Pisco - Peace and Migration: Cross-Regional Perspectives

    Hon. Paulo Pisco

    Intervention of Hon. Paulo Pisco, Member of Parliament, Portugal, in the session on "Peace and Migration: Cross-Regional Perspectives" at the International Leadership Conference in London in September, 2016.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Ulla Sandbæk

    Hon. Ulla Sandbæk

    We don’t need hospitality, but to take responsibility for the sake of the world. It is our responsibility if the Middle East is destabilized, since we went into Irak without an exit strategy and this was destabilizing for the whole region and is the main reason why we have so many refugees now.

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  • Intervention of Dr. Mohammad Al Antaki

    Dr. Mohammad Al Antaki

    Ladies and gentlemen, Friends and guests First of all, I would like to thank (International peace federation), for organizing this gathering and to Discuss about refugees problem, the modern times problem.

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  • Intervention of Amb. Robert Vandemeulebroucke

    Amb. Robert Vandemeulebroucke

    A good starting point are the building blocks of a well-functioning modern society: the implementation of the rule of law, free and fair elections, a multi-party system, a free press, an independent justice, religious freedom, respect of minorities, sustainable economic policies to the benefit of all, good education opportunities, etc.

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  • Intervention of Prof. J. Martin Ramirez

    Prof. J. Martin Ramirez

    I have been in contact with this Foundation for a long time. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to meet old friends.

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  • Intervention of Hon. Erna Hennicot Schoepges

    Hon. Erna Hennicot Schoepges

    Politicians with visions should see their medical doctors, I was told. Politicians without visions have the only target to get re-elected and to stay on top of the polls. Predicting what will be the world in which our children will grow up is impossible. Technology is changing so fast, that today we cannot even tell young people what will be theirs jobs in the next decade.

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  • International Leadership Conference in London

    Westminster Hall at the UK Parliament

    From September 7 to 9, 2016, the Universal Peace Federation held an International Leadership Conference in London, the third in a series of events held this year to launch worldwide the International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace (IAPP).

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