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2021

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E-Discussion

Toward a Global System Enhancing Human Fraternity

This E-Panel Discussion focuses on the following themes:

Topic 1:  Human Fraternity: Concept, Foundations, and Premises

Topic 2: Human Fraternity: A Gateway to Enhancing International Peace and Security

Topic 3: Mechanisms to Enhance a Global Culture of Human Fraternity

Topic 4: The Content and Importance of “The Document on Human Fraternity”

Topic 5: A Global System to Promote Human Fraternity: Challenges and Opportunities

 


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Introductory Video

 

Proceedings

7.00 P.M.

Welcoming Remarks

 

Dr. Mohammed Farid Azzi

Researcher, Expert in Political Sociology and Opinion Polls

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

 

7.05 P.M.

 Human Fraternity: Concept, Foundations, and Premises

 Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini

Vice president

Community Religiosa Islamica Italiana

Italy

7.20 P.M.

 Human Fraternity: A Gateway to Enhancing International Peace and Security

 Dr. Arvind Alok

Chairman

Buddhist Monuments Development Council

Republic of India

7.35 P.M.

 Mechanisms to Enhance a Global Culture of Human Fraternity

 Dr. Mohamed Bechari

 Secretary General

World Muslim Communities Council

United Arab Emirates

7.50 P.M.

The Content and Importance of “The Document on Human Fraternity”

Russell Robinson

CEO ,Jewish National Fund

United States of America

8.05 P.M.

 A Global System to Promote Human Fraternity: Challenges and Opportunities

 Gilles-Emmanuel Jacquet

 Treasurer and Analyst

Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations

Switzerland

8.20 P.M.

 Open Discussion

8.55 P.M.

Closing Remarks

 Dr. Mohammed Farid Azzi

Researcher, Expert in Political Sociology and Opinion Polls

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

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E-Discussion

Toward a Global System Enhancing Human Fraternity

Tuesday, Feb 09, 2021

TRENDS YouTube Channel

This E-Panel Discussion focuses on the following themes:

Topic 1:  Human Fraternity: Concept, Foundations, and Premises

Topic 2: Human Fraternity: A Gateway to Enhancing International Peace and Security

Topic 3: Mechanisms to Enhance a Global Culture of Human Fraternity

Topic 4: The Content and Importance of “The Document on Human Fraternity”

Topic 5: A Global System to Promote Human Fraternity: Challenges and Opportunities

 


Watch Symposium video


Introductory Video

 

Proceedings

7.00 P.M.

Welcoming Remarks

 

Dr. Mohammed Farid Azzi

Researcher, Expert in Political Sociology and Opinion Polls

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

 

7.05 P.M.

 Human Fraternity: Concept, Foundations, and Premises

 Yahya Sergio Yahe Pallavicini

Vice president

Community Religiosa Islamica Italiana

Italy

7.20 P.M.

 Human Fraternity: A Gateway to Enhancing International Peace and Security

 Dr. Arvind Alok

Chairman

Buddhist Monuments Development Council

Republic of India

7.35 P.M.

 Mechanisms to Enhance a Global Culture of Human Fraternity

 Dr. Mohamed Bechari

 Secretary General

World Muslim Communities Council

United Arab Emirates

7.50 P.M.

The Content and Importance of “The Document on Human Fraternity”

Russell Robinson

CEO ,Jewish National Fund

United States of America

8.05 P.M.

 A Global System to Promote Human Fraternity: Challenges and Opportunities

 Gilles-Emmanuel Jacquet

 Treasurer and Analyst

Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations

Switzerland

8.20 P.M.

 Open Discussion

8.55 P.M.

Closing Remarks

 Dr. Mohammed Farid Azzi

Researcher, Expert in Political Sociology and Opinion Polls

TRENDS Research & Advisory

United Arab Emirates

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