Talks: Protecting Cultural Heritage in Times of Conflict: Challenges and Threats
Tuesday 27 October 2015, 19.45 – 21: 30
Ismaili Centre, 1-7 Cromwell Gardens, London SW7 2SL
Organisers: The Académie Diplomatique Internationale and the International New York Times invite you to a special session of the Forum for New Diplomacy, hosted by the Ismaeli Centre.
The Forum for New Diplomacy is a joint initiative of the Académie Diplomatique Internationale and International New York Times. Senior journalists from International New York Times and The New York Times engage leading figures in politics, business and civil society in discussion on emerging dynamics and challenges in global affairs.
The Académie Diplomatique Internationale, founded in 1926 as one of the world’s first institutions dedicated to the study of international affairs, has been revitalized as a center for modern diplomacy under the Presidency of His Highness the Aga Khan. The ADI convenes conferences and public debates, conducts diplomatic training courses, and undertakes research relevant to the diplomatic, business
and foreign policy communities.
International New York Times is a leading international news source for opinion leaders and decision-makers around the globe. International New York Times includes the journalism of The New York Times, tailored for a global audience, and launched in print and online on October 15, 2013, with dedicated newsrooms in Paris, London, Hong Kong and New York. International New York Times succeeds the International Herald Tribune, a publication based in Paris since 1887.
The Ismaili Centres host lectures, presentations, seminars, conferences, recitals and exhibitions that serve to enhance relationships among faith communities, government and civil society. The Centres reflect the Shia Ismaili Muslim community’s intellectual and spiritual understanding of Islam, and its commitment to progress in the societies in which it lives. Ismaili Centres are located in London, Vancouver, Toronto, Lisbon, Dushanbe, and Dubai.