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30.04.08 The 22nd Anniversary of TWS Baroness Hanham, Dave Anderson MP & Martin Salter MP of APPG on TWS, Attlee Suite
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26.07.07
To a lecture on Islam and the West to be followed by dinner
The Chairman of All Party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity, Mr Dave Anderson, M.P. To a lecture on Islam and the West by Izzat Majeed. More»

09.05.07 Formal Lanuch of All Parliment Group on TWS
London: Member of British Parliament have emphasised that conflicts should e resolved through peaceful means in order to bring peace in the world. Attention cannot be paid on health, education and on other issues until political conflicts are not resolved. More»

28.03.07 “Iran: No More War ”
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10.04.06 The Foundation Day On 9th and 10th April, in the coming year, on the foundation day of the TWS International, we are holding a big conference in Central London. More»

28.10.06 School Project in village of Bagrool Bagh Everyone recalls the horrors of the 8th October 2006 Pakistan Earthquake. Millions of people were affected and continue to be so. More»



Formal launch of All Party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity - 2007
About metting At event Audients Group photos»
British MPs urge for settlement of all conflicts including Kashmir through peaceful means
London:
Minister for International Development Hillary Benn MP, Dav Anderson MP, Mile Gapes MP, Martin Salter MP, Lord Nazirn Ahmed, M. Sarwar MP, Mushtaq Lashari and Saundra Saterly address the meeting orgnaised by Third world solidarity at Attlee Room, House of Commons on Wednesday evening. Mahmood Jamal is seen in last picture reciting this poem. (Nation picture)
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London: Member of British Parliament have emphasised that conflicts should e resolved through peaceful means in order to bring peace in the world. Attention cannot be paid on health, education and on other issues until political conflicts are not resolved.
These observations were made at the opening meeting of All Party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity at Attlee Room, House of Commons on Wednesday evening which was presided by David Anderson MP.
Chairman British Foreign affairs committee MP Mike Gapes, Secretary of All Party Parliamentary Group on Kashmir MP Martin Salter, Lord Nazir Ahmed, MP Mohammed Sarwar, Chairman Council of Third World Solidarity Mushtaq Lashri and Sandera Saterly also addressed on the occasion while Mehmood Jamal read his poem. MP Martin Salter, MP Sarwar and Lord Ahmed pointed out the importance of Kashmir issue in regards to conflict resolution.
Addressing on the occasion Minister for International Development Hillary Been said that the majority of children in third world countries died because of drinking polluted water. In the developed world they cannot make excuse that they didn’t know about other countries. He said they know their problems and they should make joint efforts to make out people from poverty, ignorance and diseases.
Answering to a question he said that United Nations has asked developed countries to give 7% of its wealth to poor countries. And it is Government’s achievement that they had allocated .52 per cent for poor. Before Labour came into power it was only 6 per cent.
He said that they are part of International community and they have also fulfilled their responsibilities. He said that Britain has helped a lot when massive earthquake struck Pakistan and Kashmir.
MP David Anderson said that Third World solidarity is functioning for last two decades and he is please to launch its Parliamentary Group. MP Mike Gaps has said that due to migration people of third world billions of people living is poverty. Life expectancy in Swaziland has become 30 years due to HIV Aids, which is 70 in the west.
He said there is need for fair trade so that might help poor nations. MP Martin Salter said that they need to se them through proper planning. He said that they needed to resolve conflicts in order to eradicate poverty, disease and ignorance. Conflicts had created terrorism. People condemn terrorism. He said they needed to come up with the political solution of Kashmir issue. Negotiations between India and Pakistan are good but Kashmiris should be involved in these peace efforts. He said: “We are independent and sovereign countries. In their presence if they are problems in this world they are black marks on their forehead.”
Lord Nazir Ahmed of Rotterdam said that this world has so many problems. Millions of people are looking for self-determination. Millions of people want their human rights. Peace can be brought in this world if we solve these problems.  
He said Britain was the first who was donation to Pakistan after earthquake. Since Hillary Bain came the amount increased for the poor all over the world. MP Sarwar said that conflicts and problems should not be dealt with power but with peaceful negotiations. He said prosperous society couldn’t be build with power. Kashmir, Iraq and Palestine issues should be solved through the principals of international justice.
He said: “During the arrest of British sailors I met with Irani ambassador who ensured that if they don’t threaten Iran sailors would be released in few days. It is clear that problems should be solved through talks rather than power. He said that we should repect small countries:”
Councillor Mushtaq Lashari said that he was pleased to see the launch of The Parliamentary Group of Third World Solidarity. He always had support from British leaders for that work. He wanted developed countries to increase donations for developing world so that they can get education and other different facilities. He said he was happy abut the peace agreement of Northern Ireland and he was also pleased when Nelson Mandela was released.
Saundra Saterly briefed audience about the upcoming programmes of Third World Solidarity and said there was utmost need to bring peace in the world. He said they had a lot of expectations in this century but conflicts had gone to the extreme.
MP Khalid Mehmood, ARD Advisor Mian Shahid, Yasmin Sheikh, Benazir Lashari and many other people were also present on the occasion. London: Member of British Parliament have emphasised that conflicts should e resolved through peaceful means in order to bring peace in the world. Attention cannot be paid on health, education and on other issues until political conflicts are not resolved.
These observations were made at the opening meeting of All Party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity at Attlee Room, House of Commons on Wednesday evening which was presided by David Anderson MP.
Chairman British Foreign affairs committee MP Mike Gapes, Secretary of All Party Parliamentary Group on Kashmir MP Martin Salter, Lord Nazir Ahmed, MP Mohammed Sarwar, Chairman Council of Third World Solidarity Mushtaq Lashri and Sandera Saterly also addressed on the occasion while Mehmood Jamal read his poem. MP Martin Salter, MP Sarwar and Lord Ahmed pointed out the importance of Kashmir issue in regards to conflict resolution.
Addressing on the occasion Minister for International Development Hillary Been said that the majority of children in third world countries died because of drinking polluted water. In the developed world they cannot make excuse that they didn’t know about other countries. He said they know their problems and they should make joint efforts to make out people from poverty, ignorance and diseases.
Answering to a question he said that United Nations has asked developed countries to give 7% of its wealth to poor countries. And it is Government’s achievement that they had allocated .52 per cent for poor. Before Labour came into power it was only 6 per cent.
He said that they are part of International community and they have also fulfilled their responsibilities. He said that Britain has helped a lot when massive earthquake struck Pakistan and Kashmir.
MP David Anderson said that Third World solidarity is functioning for last two decades and he is please to launch its Parliamentary Group. MP Mike Gaps has said that due to migration people of third world billions of people living is poverty. Life expectancy in Swaziland has become 30 years due to HIV Aids, which is 70 in the west.
He said there is need for fair trade so that might help poor nations. MP Martin Salter said that they need to se them through proper planning. He said that they needed to resolve conflicts in order to eradicate poverty, disease and ignorance. Conflicts had created terrorism. People condemn terrorism. He said they needed to come up with the political solution of Kashmir issue. Negotiations between India and Pakistan are good but Kashmiris should be involved in these peace efforts. He said: “We are independent and sovereign countries. In their presence if they are problems in this world they are black marks on their forehead.”
Lord Nazir Ahmed of Rotterdam said that this world has so many problems. Millions of people are looking for self-determination. Millions of people want their human rights. Peace can be brought in this world if we solve these problems.  
He said Britain was the first who was donation to Pakistan after earthquake. Since Hillary Bain came the amount increased for the poor all over the world. MP Sarwar said that conflicts and problems should not be dealt with power but with peaceful negotiations. He said prosperous society couldn’t be build with power. Kashmir, Iraq and Palestine issues should be solved through the principals of international justice.
He said: “During the arrest of British sailors I met with Irani ambassador who ensured that if they don’t threaten Iran sailors would be released in few days. It is clear that problems should be solved through talks rather than power. He said that we should repect small countries:”
Councillor Mushtaq Lashari said that he was pleased to see the launch of The Parliamentary Group of Third World Solidarity. He always had support from British leaders for that work. He wanted developed countries to increase donations for developing world so that they can get education and other different facilities. He said he was happy abut the peace agreement of Northern Ireland and he was also pleased when Nelson Mandela was released.
Saundra Saterly briefed audience about the upcoming programmes of Third World Solidarity and said there was utmost need to bring peace in the world. He said they had a lot of expectations in this century but conflicts had gone to the extreme.
MP Khalid Mehmood, ARD Advisor Mian Shahid, Yasmin Sheikh, Benazir Lashari and many other people were also present on the occasion.



 
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