INTERNATIONAL EMPOWER CONFERENCE SERIES

INTERNATIONAL EMPOWER CONFERENCE SERIES

"Together We Can!"

They are conducted by WAALM and its division WAALM - School of Cultural Diplomacy throughout the year to:

- Provide in-depth insights on various strategic topics on global issues;

- Promote cultural diplomacy, peace and human rights education;

- Facilitate academic, cultural and business networking.

International Empower Conference Series are non-for-profit and they are organised predominantly to assist the empowerment of less privileged countries.

1st International Annual Conference, England

Empower AfricaPosted by The Editorial Mon, May 03, 2010 15:25:41

IECS Presents: The 1st Annual International Empower Africa Conference.

Date: 7th - 10th April 2010

Venue: Astor Events Hall, Plymouth - England

In association with: Impact Africa Network

Inaugurated by: His Excellency, Ken Foster, The Lord Mayor

Speakers / Lecturers: Prof. Patrick Hunt, PhD; Prof. Mosi Dorbayani, PhD; Prof. Kaveh Farrokh, PhD; Dr. Kabir; Marjan A. Dorbayani, PhD; Shabnam Delfani, PhD St. and Brian A. E. Stoyel

Chaired by: Prof. M. Dorbayani, PhD

Topics covered:

- Key issues on African environment, managing water, sanitation and marine;
- The role of charities and their impact on Africa;
- Promotion of Peace education;
- Education of human rights: does tradition & culture have any role in it?;
- Human Rights Teacher Training Workshop;
- Leadership, from business to cultural organisations: is it what you inherit or learn?;
- Public Relations: are you recognised?;
- Negotiation & Diplomacy in cross-culture;
- Human Resources & crucial employment facts in multicultural society.

Related News:

- Diplomatic Journal: Human Rights Training to Africa

- Diplomatic Journal: Educate to Empower

- Joll of News Africa: Another Success for Cultural Diplomacy

- Diplomatic Journal: Empower Africa Report by Pastor Morrison

- The Herald: Conference Aims to Empower Africa

Download the conference booklet in PDF here:

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