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Economic And Political Power Of The Military: Its Impact On Democracy at St James' Court Hotel London  02:30 to 5.30pm (GMT+1)

The Democracy Forum:
an NGO's work and aims

The Forum was established in 2009 by Mr Sarup Singh Seehra, President of the High Wycombe Gurdwara, and the late Mr J S Bains, a councillor and social worker in Slough. It was the vision of former headteacher Mr. Ajit Singh Sat-Bhambra.
Our first patron was Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne, and the Forum’s current president is Lord Charles Bruce. Previous chairs and vice-chairs have included Nigel Huddleston MP, Sir Peter Luff, and the late Sir Mota Singh.

Know About Us

The Democracy Forum is a not-for-profit NGO which promotes ideals of democracy, pluralism and tolerance through public debate. While many of us in the West take such ideals for granted, they must be nurtured if we are not to lose them. To this end, for the past eight years The Democracy Forum has provided a platform for people from all sections of society and cultural backgrounds to get together to discuss socio-political issues that affect us all. In an increasingly volatile world, one of our principal aims is to challenge religious and political extremism, Read More..

What We do

The Forum hosts three to four annual public seminars and discussion groups on topics related to democratic values and composite culture.We invite academics and other experts to debate..

Our Aim

The Forum has hosted a number of seminars over the past several years and these have placed a strong emphasis on democracy, peace, the rule of law and human rights issues.

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Seminar Videos

Chai Chat on The Democracy Forum's Seminar Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross-Border...
Chai Chat on The Democracy Forum's Seminar Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross-Border...
Part-2, Chai Chat on TDF's Seminar "Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross-Border Terror..."
Part-2, Chai Chat on TDF's Seminar "Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross-Border Terror..."
TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-2 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-2 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-3 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-3 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-4 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Part-4 TDF Seminar: Will The New US Afghan Policy Stop Cross Border Terror In The Region?
Excerpt from an exchange between Senator John McCain (Chair) and General Joseph Dunford
Excerpt from an exchange between Senator John McCain (Chair) and General Joseph Dunford
Seminar Withered Democracy In Pakistan.. at Senate House, 17 Aug 2017(Part-1)
Seminar Withered Democracy In Pakistan.. at Senate House, 17 Aug 2017(Part-1)
The Democracy Forum: an NGO's work and aims
The Democracy Forum: an NGO's work and aims
Seminar 23 Feb, 2017 - "History of Balochistan Revisited"
Seminar 23 Feb, 2017 - "History of Balochistan Revisited"
Special Discussion Seminar September 16, 2016 : The Democracy Forum
Special Discussion Seminar September 16, 2016 : The Democracy Forum
Is Pakistan a Victim Or Perpetrator of Terrorism Part 3
Is Pakistan a Victim Or Perpetrator of Terrorism Part 3
NEWS CONFERENCE DELHI - Is Pakistan a Victim or Perpetrator of Terrorism?
NEWS CONFERENCE DELHI - Is Pakistan a Victim or Perpetrator of Terrorism?
Is Pakistan a Victim or Perpetrator of Terrorism Part 4
Is Pakistan a Victim or Perpetrator of Terrorism Part 4
DEMOCRACY FORUM PAKISTANPART 4
DEMOCRACY FORUM PAKISTANPART 4
China Pakistan Seminar
China Pakistan Seminar
CPEC Seminar part 2
CPEC Seminar part 2

TDF activities

Withered Democracy In Pakistan – The Role Of The Deep State.
Seminar Report

UK AND US ACADEMICS SLAM PAKISTAN’S SHAM DEMOCRACY

London, 18 August: Five eminent and knowledgeable British and American academics unanimously slammed Pakistan’s sham democracy at a seminar held at London University on Thursday evening. The ...

Seminar Report

Seminar Report: Brexit and its impact on Asia...

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 ove ...

Seminar Report

Seminar – The history of Balochistan Revisted

A seminar titled “History of Balochistan Revisited”, was held in the British House of Lords, London, on February 23, 2017. Hosted by The Democracy Forum, the deliberations cent ...