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Advancing the Culture of Peace: A Way Forward – CRRIC

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Advancing the Culture of Peace: A Way Forward

On June 18th, 2021, the Conflict and Resilience Research Institute Canada and Bangabandhu Centre for Bangladesh Studies (BCBS) hosted a webinar titled “Advancing the Culture of Peace: Way Forward”.

Panelist-

Ambassador Masud Bin Momen: Foreign Secretary (Senior Secretary), Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bangladesh, and, former Ambassador & Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the UN, New York.

Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury – Former Under Secretary- General and High Representative of the United Nations, Former Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to the UN, Founder of the Global Movement for the Culture of Peace (GMCOP)

Dr. Khalilur Rahman – Honourable High Commissioner of Bangladesh in Canada and Chief Patron of BCBS

Honourable Senator Salma Ataullahjan – Chair, Senate Standing Committee for Human Rights and Senator for Ontario

Honorable Senator Mobina S. B. Jaffer, Q. C. – Senator for British Columbia

Yasin Ratansi – Honourable Member of Parliament for Don Valley East, Ontario

David Gerald Newman Q. C. – Co-Chair and Founder of Peace Building Committee of Rotary Club of Winnipeg.

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