Press Release

  • May 26, 2017
      A seminar titled “Brexit and its impact on Asia & the Commonwealth” was held in Senate Room, Senate House, Malet St, London, on May 22, 2017. As the UK prepares to start negotiations over its divorce from the EU, The Democracy Forum gathered together a panel of experts to debate this historic event and

Seminar

  • April 25, 2017
    Lord Bruce, President of The Democracy Forum,  Invites you to a seminar entitled ‘Brexit and its impact on Asia & the Commonwealth’ on  Monday 22 May, from 15:00–17:30 UTC+01   Chair:  Humphrey Hawksley, Former BBC Beijing Bureau Chief, author & columnist for Nikkei Asian Review   Speakers:  Lord Desai, Economist & Labour politician Linda Yueh, Broadcaster,
  • February 24, 2017
    Amir Ahmed Suleman Daud, whose ancestors ruled much of the Balochistan region, now a part of Pakistan, declared in London he will approach India for the independence of Balochistan. Daud is in exile in the United Kingdom. Addressing a seminar entitled “Balochistan Re-visited” at the British Houses of Parliament organised by The Democracy Forum, Daud
  • February 23, 2017
    Ashis Ray in London The present Khan of Kalat, Mir Suleman Khan Ahmedzai, whose ancestors once ruled much of Balochistan, is expected to tell a seminar in London on Thursday that Balochistan’s accession to Pakistan in 1948 was an “occupation of Balochistan”. He has informed organisers of the event that he will produce documents to

Welcome to The Democracy Forum

The Democracy Forum was jointly founded in 2009 by Baroness Emma Nicholson, Mr Sarup Singh Seehra and Mr Jaswant Singh Bains.

The organisation works to promote democracy, peace and the rule of law, in order to eliminate religious fundamentalism and terrorism from our global communities. We have also developed relationships and dialogue with think-tanks, academic institutions, the media and the general public in Europe, Asia and the US, with a view to encouraging open political debate on these issues, and have fostered a meaningful and mutually beneficial relationship between members of the Diaspora, exploring their contribution to the democracy debate.

To these ends, the Forum hosts several annual seminars and discussion groups on issues pertaining to peace, democracy and composite culture, in venues including the Houses of Parliament, Cambridge University, the LSE, Chatham House and The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai. These seminars have generated ongoing debate, and their impact has been widespread.