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GlobalNet21 has agreed to support and collaborate with the Black History Month in Parliament where we will discuss the achievement of many people from the Black community. We will look at the struggles they have had and the opportunities that are available. Contributors will include, Professor Chris Imafidon Wisdom is the principal thing, meet Professor Chris Imafidon, father of Britain’s Brainiest Family, Knowledge is power, we must be equipped and great man Professor Imafidon is doing just that empowering the future generations. Professor Chris Imafidon, is our Black History Month man of the month. Shaun Bailey There was the first black President he made history and now there is the first black conservatives mayoral candidate and with our support next London Mayor. With well deserved accolades behind his name, it’s not just a diversity game but a well earned post, met another Black History Month man of the hour Shaun Bailey! Nina Kristofferson Mayo Angelou, was a women of great boldness, her voice spoke volumes a women to be reckoned with Nina Kristofferson, hits the rights notes with her compelling story of Billie Holiday tells her own story during Black History Month! Osvaldo Gomes Bridging the gap amongst the minority’s and making bold steps let me introduce Osvaldo Gomes , whose Chief Executive Officer and (CEO) at African Portugues Speaking Community APSC LTD. By Guarantee Company. Jan-Paul Weaper Cefr Zimbabwean Achievers man of the year and Senior Public Relations Executive, some walk with giants and they do not announce it, their portfolio speaks volume where their mouth remains quiet let me introduce Jan-Paul Weaper Cefr CEO of JPWPR. Ambrose Mendy A legend in his own right who made history as first black sports promoter, Ambrose Mendy, British Boxing manager, advisor and sport agent. He managed advised Nigel Benn, Chris Eubank , Nigel Benn and many more. Making Black History month spectacular line up... Alfie J Carreira Greatness is found when we search for it, meet Alfie J Carreira, who does just that as a judge on BBC talent show “All Together Now”. His making waves judging and not being judged as judge for search of next model and fashion designer for fashion4africa and recording artist. Philip Chan Meet an awesome man with strength to empower you with great mental strength.Meet the incredible Philip Chan, who says his body is not what it use to be but mentally his still strong.
Join us at this meeting in Conway Hall where we discuss the most crucial issue of our times - climate change and how or if we can address it. In September there were massive world wide protests over climate change as school children left school and often with their parents protested that their Governments are not doing enough to tackle the most serious problem facing us today. At this meeting we will have four speakers that will address how we can tackle climate change or whether we have left it too late. * Can we address climate change by individual action such as flying less ore a change of diet * Or can we tackle change climate by the introduction of new and clean technologies * Or do we need to tackle the economic system based on growth and profit *Or and finally is it now too late and have we gone past the tipping point of no return There will be plenty of time for discussion and debate where we can add our views as well as ask important questions. You will need to sign in on the Conway Hall ticketing site at https://conwayhall.org.uk/event/addressing-the-climate-change-emergency/
Join us in this meeting in the House of Lords hosted by Baron Brian Paddick where we talk with one another about the drug war and the escalation of violence. We will have several speakers at the meeting together with those who have been affected by the growing drug culture. Here we will be looking at all the different aspects of Violence in the drug war, whether it be knife crime, the violence that occurs when drug deals 'go wrong,' and to violence against sex workers. And also the violence to police and by them as well. How can this violence be contained and does it require fundamental change in our drug laws. In the so-called war on drugs, there are no laws or guidelines to govern how producers, traders and users behave , or are treated. In the light of increased violence AND drug-related deaths in UK Cities, it is time to focus on the gathering violence in the drug wars. This meeting is a collaboration between the John Mordaunt Trust and GlobalNet21 and Andria E Mordaunt will chair this meeting.