FREE EVENT - LONDON 2014 Humanitarian Conference

We at LCS are supporting this wonderful venture which is a collaboration of humanitarian individuals, groups and organisations working together for the common good of all people. We highly recommend that all with an interest in humanitarian issues attend! 

This Interactive Conference will showcase for the very first time, humanitarian individuals, groups and organisations adopting a unified approach to address the urgent global humanitarian challenges that we face today. It will be a full participation conference where your ideas and positive engagement will be encouraged and most welcome.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_gP2sV3M3tg

We are currently facing a series of global humanitarian crises;

• Global Warming / Melting Ice Caps / Rising Sea Levels

• Food Production Concerns due to above

• Continual War, Poverty, Human Rights Abuses,...

• Rapidly Increasing Population

• Ongoing Global Economic Problems

• Increasing Lifestyle Costs and Stresses

• Job losses due to Technology Improvements


As a PEOPLE, how should we respond? 

When faced with a series of international crises, the existing international model of 'competitive self-interest' will always lead to 'conflicted interests'. 

These conflicted interests 'create the problems' - they don't solve them!

We need something NEW - a more intelligent Model!


Seat Registrations:

There are two seating options: One FREE, the other based on just a nominal donation if you would like to actively participate in the 'Interactive Sessions' on the Main Floor.

For full details and registration:

http://www.onepeopleoneworld.net/conference


WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

This will be a highly interactive conference. Each of the 12 Tables will have a different subject label - Unity, Economics, Education, Collaboration, etc. These tables represent the humanitarian groups / scientific expertise from that sector of society.

1. In relation to humanity's global challenges, the speaker's will present a brief talk on their subject of expertise.

2. Each Table will then focus on coming up with the best solutions in relation to that subject and attempt to prioritise their top 3 choices. 

3. A Candidate will be selected from each table to move to the Center Table representing an 'International Humanitarian Organisation of the People' to address humanity's global and scientific challenges.

4. The Candidate of the 'Subject' Table will lead the next phase. He/She will present the top 3 key ideas from their table. The focus is to work towards a 'unified consensus' of the best possible ideas that can be used to help humanity. In this way, ALL humanitarian groups are contributing towards a unified solution that supports their common agenda.

Your ideas and input from the day will directly contribute to the next phase of this global collaboration process to unite the humanitarian sector.

NOTE: We will be FILMING the event for future campaigns and a possible documentary. During the day, you will also have the opportunity to participate in some one-to-one video interviews if you wish. Your decision to participate in this event will be considered due consent and support.

Thank You.

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    October 19

  • Annette S.

    I am trying to find the website for ARBED but Google did not come with anything on this occasion. Can anyone please let me have the link? Many thanks!

    October 6

  • Annette S.

    The One World One People conference was a fantastic thought provoking event. I was so glad to be part of it!

    1 · October 6

  • Ruth H.

    I found it very inspiring and exciting to be participating, and loved hearing the array of creative and ground breaking ideas freely shared. Really looking forward to where we all go forward with these <3

    1 · October 5

  • Carine

    Great event- transforming desires into action.

    1 · October 5

  • Sheeba

    It was great being there with like-minded people.

    2 · October 4

  • Barbara C.

    I really wanted to go there and was on the waiting list. Why people who can't make it don't leave their places to those on the waiting list ?

    October 4

  • Marisela Ricci C.

    What a beautiful day!...Thank you for inviting me to this meaningful Conference. I enjoy the morning session a lot!

    October 4

  • Tom

    Sorry,couldn't make it.Will there be any recordings or notes from the event?And a continuation of the dialogue,so it doesn't end with this event.unless it gives us all the answers!!!

    October 4

  • Sam

    Sorry guys, couldn't make it due to some commitments.

    October 4

  • Adam Russell C.

    Hey guys. Really want to go to this ever but all the tickets are sold out and there is a waiting list! Do you think it would be ok to turn up on yhe day or will they ask for tickets?

    October 4

  • sunil

    Sorry can't attend

    October 4

  • Conleth

    Cancelled ticket due to unforseen circumstances. Enjoya!!!

    October 3

  • Adéa K L.

    I am unable to attend any longer, please let someone else have my seat. Love Love Love Adéa

    October 3

    • Himesh

      Hi, please cancel your ticket so another can be allocated from the wait list

      October 3

    • Jack

      Cancelling sorry about any inconvenience caused

      October 3

  • dr a.

    i am sorry i can't make i for tomorrow,

    October 3

    • Himesh

      Hi, please cancel your ticket so another can be allocated from the wait list

      October 3

  • Himesh

    Just a quick reminder to all who have RSVP'ed to go to http://www.onepeopleoneworld.ne...­ to register your tickets. Tickets will be allocated there and NOT on this meetup

    Regards,

    Himesh - LCS Events Organiser

    September 22

    • CARMEN

      I didn't know I had to registrar on there looks like all booked up :(

      October 1

    • Lauren

      Yes all booked out at the moment, there is a waiting list but not sure how many are on that.

      October 1

  • Ruth H.

    As a voluntary speaker for The Vegan Society I would like to put forward the clear advantage of a mass move to plant strong eating, which would solve so many of our major global problems. 70% of agricultural land is used for animal related products, and "food" animals consume 30% of all grain worldwide. Grain which could be fed direct to humans, using massively less water, refrigeration and resources and alleviating famine, starvation and land conflict. There is a new film called "Cowspiracy" which clearly demonstrates the elephant in the room which is the true cost and absolute unsustainability of our current accelerating meat and dairy consumption. Organisations and charities tip toe around the facts and blinker themselves due, in no small part to the hugely powerful corporatisation of the livestock industries. Humans slaughter 58 billion land mammals every year, trillions of birds, and oceans of fish. A recent Horizon programme: "Should we be eating meat?" outlined this succinctly.

    4 · September 29

    • Tom

      is/are

      September 29

    • Himesh

      Hi Ruth, from my understanding any floor tickets will allow an interactive debate which will be fed as part of the talk, Grant who is hosting this event will have more information on this and will be able to discuss this in more detail. Regards, Himesh - LCS Events Organiser

      1 · October 1

  • dr a.

    i haven't been in any of your events, i will come to this one

    September 28

  • Aurelia

    Hi Grant,
    Ok great! I have booked my place already. Looking forward to it!

    September 25

    • Grant

      Great - See you there! You are on the Main Floor so a seat will be reserved for you until you arrive.

      September 25

    • Aurelia

      Thank you Grant!

      September 27

  • Grant

    Hi Aurelia,

    If you mean later in the day, I'm sure we can squeeze one more in somewhere. So yes, do turn up.

    September 25

  • Aurelia

    Hi, is it possible to join a bit later?

    September 25

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