Women in the 21st century British Parliament

Parliament Week 2016 Josephine Amankwah reading: Maya Angelou – Still I Rise Rabindranath Tagore – Where the Mind is Without Fear This event explores the position of women in Parliament and their responsibilities towards their voting communities. It looks at how women have changed British democracy, increased equality and diversity, and improved community representations to …

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THE LEGACY OF THE SILK ROAD

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THE LEGACY OF THE SILK ROAD 21-26 NOVEMBER 2016 The new concept of The Silk Road, ONE BELT–ONE ROAD, is the largest programme in the world today. Modern transport, infrastructure and programme for tourists replaced the legendary caravan routes and sea-fearers passages. The region includes over 3 billion people and their inherited original cultures created …

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Pro Art Club Members visit to Umbria and Tuscany

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The visit took place from 27th June until 2nd July 2016. Seven members of Pro Art Club enjoyed travelling by people’s carrier through one of the nicest regions of Italy. Pro Art partner in European projects, Italia Nostra, helped to organise this memorable visit. We flew to Perugia, the capital of Umbria. It was one …

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Cultural Democracy and Diplomacy

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CULTURAL DEMOCRACY AND DIPLOMACY Panel talk and discussion Wednesday, 8th June 2016 House of Parliament, Jubilee Room Westminster 12-1.30 pm Reception to follow Entrance Free We invite you to attend and actively participate in this event and the panel discussion. The Panellists: Welcome by Baroness Shreela Flather HE Dr Ognjen Pribićević, Ambassador of the Republic …

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Svetlana Meritt / Meet Me In The Underworld

How 77 Sacrd Sites, 770 Cappuccions and 26 000 Miles Led me to My Soul BOOK PRESENTATION OF SACRED SITES WITH SLIDE SHOW 21 MAY 12- 1.30 PM ENTRANCE FREE FULHAM LIBRARY, 598 FULHAM ROAD LONDON SW6 5NX Svetlana Meritt traveled the globe for ten years on a journey of self-discovery and mystical adventure. Before …

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Popular Anglo/Kazak Band perform for first time in London

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        PRESS RELEASE   10/10/15 Hit Anglo/Kazak Band perform for first time in London Thursday, 22nd October at 8 pm Posk Jazz Café 238 – 246 King Street London W6 0RF FREE ENTRY RSVP TO NOMADKARMAZONE@GMAIL.COM NO MAD KARMA No Mad Karma is a unique group of Anglo/Kazakh musicians, their first release ’27’ …

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MUSIC – a powerful democratic instrument

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                            The University Women’s Club 2 Audley Square W1K 1DB London United Kingdom Friday, 13 November 2015 from 19:30 to 22:30 Music stimulates people’s feelings and patriotism, inspires revolutions, wars, also peace, freedom and sovereignty. We celebrate Parliament and democracy, through a …

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REFLECTING ON THE LEGACY OF MAGNA CARTA ON EUROPEAN DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES

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25 June 2015 – Jubilee Room, Westminster SW1A 0AA   This year Pro Art is contributing to the wider celebration of the Anniversary of Magna Carta. Pro Art is organising a debating programme dedicated to discussions on the meaning of democracy in different societies and especially to the symbolical meaning of Magna Carta and its …

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GREAT SUCCESS OF ‘HELP FOR SERBIA’ CONCERTS IN XIANGTAN

  Immediately after the dramatic flooding in Serbia, the Head of Music at Pro Art & Co and the Master Pianist Sanja Stefanovic has decided to contribute to help the disaster victims of her birth country. In collaboration with the Art School of Hunan University of Science and Technology (HNUST) in China where she is …

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Serbia flooding disaster support by Pro Art and Art School of Hunan University of Science and Technology, Xiangtan

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Sanja Stefanovic, Head of the Music at ProArt&Co, is organising a charity concert in collaboration with Art School of Hunan University of Science and Technology, Xiangtan, where she is a Visiting Professor for piano, in aid of the victims of the terrible floods in Serbia. Her 15 students, all majoring in piano, and herself will perform …

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