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Conference: The Baloch National Struggle: Past, Present and Future

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The Baloch Students and Youth Association (UK) (BSYA) is holding a major conference at Birkbeck, University of London on 28th July, 2013 entitled “The Baloch National Struggle: Past, Present and Future”

The topic is highly relevant to the present deteriorating scenario in Balochistan. The object of this conference is to provide as simple as possible an account of the complex Baloch national movement from the prospective of the distinguished Baloch intellectuals/writers, linguist/researchers and poets who will discuss the role of various dimensions that shape the Baloch movement. It also aims at a better understanding of the multitude of problems and challenges encountered by Baloch people.
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Global and Regional Security Challenges in South Asia: What Future for Balochistan?

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The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is convening an international conference at The Royal Society, London on Sunday 24 February 2013 entitled ‘Global and Regional Security Challenges in South Asia: What Future for Balochistan?’.

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Global and Regional Security Challenges in South Asia
What Future for Balochistan?
10am-3pm
Sunday 24 February 2013
The Royal Society – Kohn Centre
6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London (U.K.)

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Conference on Baloch language and cultural in the United Kingdom – report

Iran and Pakistan are doing their utmost to eradicate Baloch language, Culture and traditional values by killing Balochistan’s most learned youth including poets, students, lawyers and other enlightened members of Baloch society.
– Hyrbyair Marri

LONDON – April 05: Baloch Cultural Society – UK has held a conference on Balochi language and Culture in London United Kingdom. Distinguished speakers shed light on the importance of Balochi language and culture. Veteran Balochi language poet waja Akbar Barakzai chaired the first half of the conference while the second half was chaired by Hoshang Naruee. A fair number of Baloch, and speakers of other languages attended the conference.

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