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Ambassadors for Peace

Dr. B.K. Modi Appointed Ambassador for Peace

Dr BK Modi Ambassador for Peace AwardLondon, UK - Dr. Bhupendra Kumar Modi was presented with an Ambassador for Peace certificate on June 30 at the conclusion of a day's conference of the Global Citizen Forum (GCF) in the Dorchester Hotel, London. Dr. Modi is a renowned businessman, philanthropist, and Chairman of Spice Global. He was appointed by the United Nations as the Coordinator for the Indian subcontinent for the Millennium World Peace Summit. He has promoted interfaith cooperation and a global vision that has great similarity with UPF's founding concept of humanity being one family of a loving God. The award was presented by Robin Marsh, Secretary General of UPF-UK. (Photos:

Dr. Modi has been actively involved in society through various leadership roles and instrumental in advancing the social and cultural interests of society across the World. He strives to ensure that people from all of the global society, in particular the elderly, women; young people, the disadvantaged and vulnerable are given the opportunity to gain confidence, training, empowerment skills and self-awareness skills. Dr. Modi has made it possible for communities to be sufficiently empowered, informed and supported in order to make a strong impact on ethics, equality, fairness, values and governance. He is a tireless advocate for both the community’s interests as well as global interests. He continues to fight social ills plaguing society and encourages people with a vision for the future which they might not have otherwise seen.

The conference featured Gopichand Hinduja, Chairman, Hinduja Automobiles, Lord Raj Loomba, Prof. Olinga Ta’eed, Director CCEG, Tommy Hutchinson, Founder i-genius, and Steve Moore, CEO, Britain’s personal best. It was well attended by leaders from all walks of life including academicians, youth leaders, social thinkers, and artists.

The event was supported by the Centre of Citizenship, Enterprise and Governance. Speakers at the conference discussed the ways and means for uniting like-minded citizens across the globe to promote tolerance and understanding. They opined that technology can be effectively used as a binding factor in uniting global citizens and should be now considered as basic human right and advocated free movement among countries to encourage sustainable development. The conference attempted defining a road map for British youth, on how best to use the advantages they have as native speakers of the most widely accepted language of the world to grow as professionals of the global workforce. 

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Modi said that “Individuals and organizations need to align their activities to achieve the greater good of humanity, only then can we effectively resolve local and global problems. Hence, there is an urgent need to transcend the barriers of gender, nationality and religion and form a global identity that accepts all humans with equanimity. GCF is an initiative to promote such an awareness.”

The conference was followed by a cultural evening and pledging of support to the Global Citizen Forum movement for creating a world interconnected through technology.

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