Friday 217th June 2016 The Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich

Dr Wendy McMahon

will talk about
 ‘Human Rights’

Coffee is available from 12.30. Admission is free.
A donation is invited to cover expenses.

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During the UN's 70th year, as a result of ongoing UNA-UK campaigns on peacekeeping, atrocity prevention and on improving the UN Secretary-General appointment process, the UK has recently:

Underlying these successes is the Government's recognition of the vital contribution the UN makes to Britain's safety and prosperity in the UK's foremost security strategy - something UNA-UK has lobbied long and hard for.

The next challenge is to ensure the Government matches its rhetoric with action: on human rights, humanitarian action, arms control, climate change and sustainable development.

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