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Sir Jefferey James Speaks about Nepal

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Dear friends

 

We know the realities of current conflict in Nepal but how about the international community? Come to attend an interaction programme by Sir Jeffery James, the Former British Special Envoy to Nepal.

 

Topic:

 

"The Role of International Community in Conflict Resolution in Nepal"

 

Entry: Free

 

Speaker Sir Jeffery James

Former Special Envoy to Nepal

Date Tuesday 28th June, 2005, 18:00 BST

 

Venue

 

Park Crescent Conference Centre

International Students House

229 Great Portland Street

Regent's Park

London

W1W 5PN

 

How to get there?

Park Crescent Conference Centre is located in the International

Students House Building at 229 Great Portland Street, Regent's Park,

London, W1W 5PN

 

This is at the top of Great Portland Street, just opposite Great Portland Street Tube Station (opposite end to Oxford Street).

 

Buses:

 

* C2, 18, 27, 30, 88, 435

 

Underground:

 

* Great Portland Street - Circle, Hammersmith & City and

Metropolitan Lines - opposite

* Warren Street - Northeren and Victoria Lines - 7 minute walk

* Regent's Park - Bakerloo Line - 5 minute walk

 

Mainline Rail Stations:

 

* Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras are close by

 

To learn more about London-chhalphal please visit the following websites--

 

London Chhalphal is a forum of Nepalese living in London for healthy exercise of intellectual debate. Further information can be had from london-chhalphal@chhalphal.org or visit www.london-chhalphal.org.

 

Deven

Edited by Deven

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Deven ji,

 

I do not manage to attend the event, Could you please update about it, what is his analysis and options available in current situation.

 

What about new representative ?

 

 

 

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