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CORPUS GREAT SOVEREIGN RIGHTS EVENTS 2017 & 2018 | The SANCTITY of CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN the CONTEXT of INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS of SIGNATORY STATES

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The SANCTITY of CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN the CONTEXT of INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS of SIGNATORY STATES


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IRAQ [SEPTEMBER 2017 SUMMIT],

LIBYA [JANUARY 2018 SUMMIT], &

AFGHANISTAN [JUNE 2018 SUMMIT]

‘ THE SANCTITY OF CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS OF SIGNATORY STATES


This Summit Series is principally a Fundamental Human Rights space for deliberating, interrogating, examining and exchanging NEW Ideas, Solutions and Paradigms from an Ethical Prism towards the deepest appreciation of the Net-Impacts of Foreign Military Interventions by Super Powers on the Human LIVES of Citizens of Invaded Countries and the Duty to Observe International Human Rights Treaties & Conventions by Signatory Countries; thereby inform future considerations of Military Interventions.

We recognize the inevitability of a certain degree of overlaps to the Political. However, we are minded to emphasize the essentially Fundamental Human Rights character of this Initiative, the Protection of which is one of the Highest Responsibilities of Competent Leadership. .

With the backdrops of the Balkans War and the Rwandan Massacre, Grotesque Human Rights abuses have often been used as the main Moral Reason for Foreign Intervention in Countries such as IRAQ, LIBYA and AFGHANISTAN. However, events following the massive destructions inflicted in the course of foreign invasions, Regime Change and the Consequential Failed State dividends and their impact on the Lives of Citizens have raised even Bigger Morale Questions. Questions are also asked as to whether these invasions have contributed in any shape or form to the rise of Islamic Extremism in the post Invasions Era and how the Soft Power of Diplomacy can be made more potent as a tool and model to Conflict Resolution between Dictatorships, States and Citizens to maintain the Peace and prevent the necessity of Foreign Interventions with their costly aggregate collateral damage.

The Central theme to be explored in these ‘Corpus GREAT Summit Series on Protecting the Sancity of ALL Human Lives” is the Fitness-for-Purpose, the Wisdom or Otherwise of Military Foreign Interventions in instances of Grotesque Human Rights abuse under so-called Dictatorships / Alternatives to Western Democracies.

SERIES ONE:

The first in the ‘Corpus GREAT Summit Series’ would look at the costly examples of IRAQ, LIBYA and AFGHANISTAN and the Distrust in International Arena that that stopped Foreign Intervention in Syria that oxygenated the Civil War and its backlash of Refugees into Europe. In a Cost-Benefit Approach, the Economics of Foreign Invading Wars would be discussed. The arguments of the Peace Movement would be examined.

SERIES TWO:

Consideration will then be given to ‘Relevant Lessons from the Past [Learned or unlearnt] – the Cost of non-Foreign Military Intervention in former Dictatorships.

SERIES THREE:

This would be followed by Series to Explore the Comparisons of Life of citizens Under Colonialism and Native Self-Rule since the Proclamation of Independence on the African Continent.

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS = ALL PEACE LOVING CITIZENS IN THE WORLD such as Students & Youth, Professional Women, Mothers, Lawyers, Human Rights Defenders, Peace Activists, Victims of Conflicts & Wars – Refugees, Economists, Policy Makers, Security Experts, Diplomats, Researchers, Academics, Journalists etc

1- Public Sector including but limited to Politicians & Political Parties, Trades Unions, Diplomatic Corps, Military, Police, Democracy & Peace Institutions, Public Funding Institutions etc.

2- Private Sector including but not limited to Entrepreneurs, Businessfolks & Investors, Banks, CBI, IOD, Football Clubs & Other Sporting Groups, Media Groups, Democracy & Peace Institutions, Private Charitable Foundations etc.

3- Charitable Sector including but not limited to Human Rights Defenders, Race Equality Organisations, Educational Institutions, NUS – National Union of Students, NCVO, Women Groups, Peace Institutions, Faith Communities [Churches, Mosques, Temples], Veteran Groups, International Development & Aid Agencies, other Charities, Funding Charitable Foundations etc.

PARTNERSHIPS SOUGHT:

Sponsorships Partners,

Funding Partners,

Media Partners,

Event Organising Volunteers, Interns, Apprenticeships & Volunteers

For further information, please Email =

corpusgreatchancellor@outlook.com

or

corpusgreatcommunications@outlook.com

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ANNOUNCING REVISED DATES for The CORPUS GREAT SUMMITS EVENTS 2017/2018: IRAQ [SEPTEMBER 2017 SUMMIT], LIBYA [JANUARY 2018 SUMMIT], AFGHANISTAN [JUNE 2018 SUMMIT] – Corpus GREAT SOVEREIGN RIGHTS TRANSNATIONAL Chancellery Institutes

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The SANCTITY of CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN the CONTEXT of INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS of SIGNATORY STATES

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IRAQ [SEPTEMBER 2017 SUMMIT], LIBYA [JANUARY 2018 SUMMIT], AFGHANISTAN [JUNE 2018 SUMMIT] – THE SANCTITY OF CITIZENS HUMAN LIVES BEFORE & AFTER FOREIGN MILITARY INTERVENTIONS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTIONS OBLIGATIONS OF SIGNATORY STATES


This Summit Series is principally a Fundamental Human Rights space for deliberating, interrogating, examining and exchanging NEW Ideas, Solutions and Paradigms from an Ethical Prism towards the deepest appreciation of the Net-Impacts of Foreign Military Interventions by Super Powers on the Human LIVES of Citizens of Invaded Countries and the Duty to Observe International Human Rights Treaties & Conventions by Signatory Countries; thereby inform future considerations of Military Interventions.

We recognize the inevitability of a certain degree of overlaps to the Political. However, we are minded to emphasize the essentially Fundamental Human Rights character of this Initiative, the Protection of which is one of the Highest Responsibilities of Competent Leadership. .

With the backdrops of the Balkans War and the Rwandan Massacre, Grotesque Human Rights abuses have often been used as the main Moral Reason for Foreign Intervention in Countries such as IRAQ, LIBYA and AFGHANISTAN. However, events following the massive destructions inflicted in the course of foreign invasions, Regime Change and the Consequential Failed State dividends and their impact on the Lives of Citizens have raised even Bigger Morale Questions.

Questions are also asked as to whether these invasions have contributed in any shape or form to the rise of Islamic Extremism in the post Invasions Era and how the Soft Power of Diplomacy can be made more potent as a tool and model to Conflict Resolution between Dictatorships, States and Citizens to maintain the Peace and prevent the necessity of Foreign Interventions with their costly aggregate collateral damage.

The Central theme to be explored in these ‘Corpus GREAT Summit Series on Protecting the Sancity of ALL Human Lives” is the Fitness-for-Purpose, the Wisdom or Otherwise of Military Foreign Interventions in instances of Grotesque Human Rights abuse under so-called Dictatorships / Alternatives to Western Democracies.

SERIES ONE:

The first in the ‘Corpus GREAT Summit Series’ would look at the costly examples of IRAQ, LIBYA and AFGHANISTAN and the Distrust in International Arena that that stopped Foreign Intervention in Syria that oxygenated the Civil War and its backlash of Refugees into Europe. In a Cost-Benefit Approach, the Economics of Foreign Invading Wars would be discussed. The arguments of the Peace Movement would be examined.

SERIES TWO:

Consideration will then be given to ‘Relevant Lessons from the Past [Learned or unlearnt] – the Cost of non-Foreign Military Intervention in former Dictatorships.

SERIES THREE:

This would be followed by Series to Explore the Comparisons of Life of citizens Under Colonialism and Native Self-Rule since the Proclamation of Independence on the African Continent.

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS = ALL PEACE LOVING CITIZENS IN THE WORLD such as Students & Youth, Professional Women, Mothers, Lawyers, Human Rights Defenders, Peace Activists, Victims of Conflicts & Wars – Refugees, Economists, Policy Makers, Security Experts, Diplomats, Researchers, Academics, Journalists etc

1- Public Sector including but limited to Politicians & Political Parties, Trades Unions, Diplomatic Corps, Military, Police, Democracy & Peace Institutions, Public Funding Institutions etc.

2- Private Sector including but not limited to Entrepreneurs, Businessfolks & Investors, Banks, CBI, IOD, Football Clubs & Other Sporting Groups, Media Groups, Democracy & Peace Institutions, Private Charitable Foundations etc.

3- Charitable Sector including but not limited to Human Rights Defenders, Race Equality Organisations, Educational Institutions, NUS – National Union of Students, NCVO, Women Groups, Peace Institutions, Faith Communities [Churches, Mosques, Temples], Veteran Groups, International Development & Aid Agencies, other Charities, Funding Charitable Foundations etc.

PARTNERSHIPS SOUGHT:

Sponsorships Partners,

Funding Partners,

Media Partners,

Event Organising Volunteers, Interns, Apprenticeships & Volunteers

For further information, please Email =

corpusgreatchancellor@outlook.com

or

corpusgreatcommunications@outlook.com

 

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Britain Gave Human Rights Abuser Bahrain £2.1 Million ‘stability’ Funding in 2016

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Bahrain’s record on human rights must affect the annual £2 million of UK funding given to the Gulf kingdom, say campaigners.

Information released under Freedom of Information shows that the UK gave its close military ally and arms customer Bahrain £2.1 million from its Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) in 2016.

The CSSF is currently the focal point of an inquiry by MPs into how and where UK overseas aid is allocated.

The revelation comes at a time when Bahrain, which is receiving the funding to reform its much-maligned justice and security apparatus, is, in fact, reversing reforms to an internal intelligence agency accused of torture.

A £500,000 tranche of funding was also given to “public order,” raising concerns the UK could be complicit in human rights abuses, given the reputation of Bahrain’s riot police.

After a session of the Joint Committee on the National Security, MPs lamented that national security adviser Mark Lyall Grant had provided “a high degree of ambiguity.

 

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Julian Lewis MP asked Lyall Grant whether details of CSSF’s £1 billion annual expenditure would be provided “in full to this committee” or if MPs should simply “tear up the fiction that we are in any way able to hold you to account as to how you are spending this very large sum of money?

I understand exactly what you’re saying and it may be that if we meet in private then it will be possible to share more information with you,” Lyall Grant responded.

The CSSF is operated by the National Security Council, which is made up of general-level military officers, spy chiefs and senior ministers and operates in 40 countries.

The Labour Party has raised concerns that aid handed out through the fund is effectively being militarized to buttress security goals at the expense of human rights obligations.

The NGO Reprieve, which is concerned about the imprisonment of activists, including pro-democracy bloggers and a number of minors, told the Guardian: “It’s troubling that the government sees fit to keep spending taxpayers’ money on these programs, given such apparently poor results – and given the clear risk of complicity in abuse.

If ministers are determined to wave through more security aid to Bahrain, then they must urgently make that funding conditional on an end to the worst abuses – including the politically motivated use of the death penalty.

Since the Arab Spring reached Bahrain in early 2011, the state has launched and continued a vicious crackdown on basic liberties under the banner of security.

In November, Prince Charles opened the Mina Salman military base in Bahrain. While it will be used by the UK military, the Royal Navy port was built largely with Bahraini money.

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“One of the Conundrums that undermine Human Civilisation is that HUMAN BEINGS are the Worst Violators of HUMAN RIGHTS.” Dr Dzordzi K Adomdza DPMSA President, Chancellor & Consultant Fellow, CORPUS GREAT SOVEREIGN RIGHTS TRANSNATIONAL CHANCELLERY, INSTITUTES & FOUNDATION

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“One of the Conundrums that undermine Human Civilisation is that HUMAN BEINGS are the Worst Violators of HUMAN RIGHTS.”

Dr Dzordzi K Adomdza DPMSA
President, Chancellor & Consultant Fellow,
Corpus GREAT SOVEREIGN RIGHTS INSTITUTES,
Corpus GREAT SOVEREIGN RIGHTS TRANSNATIONAL CHANCELLERY Chambers of Excellence

 

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