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Universal Peace Federation – UK Dinner Thursday July 2nd

Posted by peacedevelopmentnetwork on June 17, 2015

Universal Peace Federation – UK Dinner

43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA

6.30 pm, Thursday, 2nd July, 2015

We would like to invite you to a Universal Peace Federation (UPF) Dinner on July 2nd at 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA. Please join us to celebrate the work and the ideals of UPF. It is £30 for a ticket to join us for a wonderful evening with Great Music, featuring singer – songwriter, Tally Koren, and a young musicians group called “Music Loving Family”, amongst

others. Sheikh Dr Hojjat Ramzy, a UPF Director, will be conducting an Auction extraordinaire with some wonderful items.

During the evening Keith Best, also a Director will be speaking about UPF’s ideals as well as his experience of 30 years of public service. Keith, a former MP, is the Chair of the Executive Committee of the World Federalist Movement from 1987. He has been the director of Prisoners Abroad between 1989-1993. In 1993, he became Chief Executive of the Immigration Advisory Service. In 2003, he was named among the most influential top one hundred people in public services in the UK. In the beginning of 2011 he became the CEO of Freedom from Torture.

​We hope you can join us for a great evening to celebrate the values that bring us together to have an impact on this world.

Tickets can be obtained through this linkor by sending us a cheque payable to Universal Peace Federation, 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA.

Yours sincerely,

Robin Marsh, UPF-UK Secretary GeneralMobile: 07956210768

Margaret Ali, UPF-UK Director – Mobile: 07723024750

Joyce Suda, UPF-UK DirectorMobile: 07903311052

Office: 02072620985 Email: pa

Twitter: @ukUPF www.uk.upf.org

UPF is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations

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