DIALOGUE ON ‘INDIA’S NEIGHBORHOOD POLICY WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON INDO-CHINA RELATIONS’ AS A PART OF THE CONCLAVE ON ‘GLOBAL PEACE AND SECURITY’ BY PCGT IN ASSOCIATION WITH PGCL [10 APRIL, 2022]: REGISTER NOW!!

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Background of the Conclave
We, at PCGT, strive to promote good governance, sadbhavna in citizens, and ethical values amongst the youth. PCGT successfully organized the first edition of the Conclave in 2021 on the theme “Unity in Diversity” and hosted eminent speakers such as Mr. Jawhar Sircar, Mr. Aspi Chinoy, and Mr. Satish Sahney.

We’re glad to be back with the 2nd edition of the Two-Day Virtual Conclave on April 9 and 10, 2022 (Saturday and Sunday) in association with Pravin Gandhi College of Law. The theme for the PCGT Conclave this year is “Global Peace and Security”, which is also the foundational principle of the UN Charter.  With recent instances of aggression and terror across the globe, it is important to restore the faith of the people in the said principle and to save the succeeding generations from the scourge of war and aggression.  The Conclave is being organized by PCGT’s Lead Ambassadors and it will host attendees from various age groups through a variety of events like Model UN, Open Mic and Dialogues, etc. on various aspects of Global Peace and Security – ranging from lessons from the past to its relevance in the current times.
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Public Concern for Governance Trust (PCGT)  in association with Pravin Gandhi College of Law (PGCL)  presents to you a Dialogue on ‘India’s neighborhood policy with special emphasis on Indo-China relations’ as a part of the Conclave on ‘Global Peace and Security’.
• Speaker:
Mrs. Nirupama Menon Rao (Former Indian Foreign Secretary and Ambassador to the United States, China, and Sri Lanka)
• Day & Date: Sunday, 10th April 2022
• Time: 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Register through the link below:
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For further queries, please contact PCGT Lead Ambassadors:
Vrushali Ubale:
+91 93720 59913
Shlok Mishra:
+91 84520 60282
or write to us at publicconcern@gmail.com

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