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The Democracy Forum was jointly founded in 2009 by Baroness Emma Nicholson and Mr Ajit Sat-Bhambra. The organisation works to promote democracy, peace and the rule of law, in order to eliminate religious fundamentalism and terrorism from our global communities. We have also developed relationships and dialogue with think-tanks, academic institutions, the media and the general public in Europe, Asia and the US, with a view to encouraging open political debate on these issues, and have fostered a meaningful and mutually beneficial relationship between members of the Diaspora, exploring their contribution to the democracy debate. Read More..

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The Forum has hosted a number of seminars over the past several years and these have placed a strong emphasis on democracy, peace, the rule of law and human rights issues.

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The Forum has hosted a number of seminars over the past several years and these have placed a strong emphasis on democracy, peace, the rule of law and human rights issues.

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The Forum has hosted a number of seminars over the past several years and these have placed a strong emphasis on democracy, peace, the rule of law and human rights issues.

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WAS BALOCHISTAN’S ACCESSION TO PAKISTAN LAWFUL?
  • 19 jun
  • House of Lords, Uk
WAS BALOCHISTAN’S ACCESSION TO PAKISTAN LAWFUL?
  • 19 jun
  • House of Lords, Uk
WAS BALOCHISTAN’S ACCESSION TO PAKISTAN LAWFUL?
  • 19 jun
  • House of Lords, Uk
WAS BALOCHISTAN’S ACCESSION TO PAKISTAN LAWFUL?
  • 19 jun
  • House of Lords, Uk

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Afghanistan & Pakistan: Strength in unity

Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party re-elected Nguyen Phu Trong for a second term as party chief on January 27, unnamed officials have said. Trong, 71, was elected to the country’s 19-member Politburo, receiving ...

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Is Pakistan a Victim or Perpetrator of Terrorism?

Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party re-elected Nguyen Phu Trong for a second term as party chief on January 27, unnamed officials have said. Trong, 71, was elected to the country’s 19-member Politburo, receiving ...

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Pak ISI behind cross-border terrorism in India and Afghanistan

Vietnam’s ruling Communist Party re-elected Nguyen Phu Trong for a second term as party chief on January 27, unnamed officials have said. Trong, 71, was elected to the country’s 19-member Politburo, receiving ...

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