SASFL’s Samvad on United Nations Amid The New Global Order [Nov 7]: Register by Nov 3

South Asia Students for Liberty is pleased to announce an e-Samvad on the topic: United Nations Amid The New Global Order.

The United Nations is an intergovernmental organization that aims to maintain international peace and security, develop friendly relations among nations, achieve international cooperation, and be a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations.

What is Samvad

Samvad comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Samvadam’ which means dialogue, it is a nuanced, non conflicting way of discussion which helps us to understand the issue from various perspectives and come to a solution.

About the SFL Samvad

Samvad is going to be discussion focussed around the United Nations Amid The New Global Order, as in what it has achieved so far and how and in what way the United Nations is facing the problem and what can be done to address the issues which is currently happening ailing the United Nations?

Please note the following questions:

  • What is multiculturalism (Success and Failure)
  • Bringing the New world order
  • Liberal International Law theory and the United Nations Mission in Kosovo: Ideas and practice (Take idea from here)
  • Liberal and Realist Considerations of UN effectiveness
  • Making the UN fit in an illiberal world
  • Global rules and governance
  • Conclusion

Details of the Event

Time: 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Venue: Zoom

Registration is free and compulsory. They will select participants based on their application

Application is open till 3rd November 2020

Click here to apply for the Samvad.

Readings and other materials will be provided after signing up.

Contact Information

Saber Ali: sikram[at]

Anshu Rathore: arathore[at]

SASFL's Samvad on United Nations Amid The New Global Order

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