UN International Day of Families 2012

Day of Families Observed in London

London, UK - The UN International Day of the Family was commemorated in the House of Lords on May 15. Inspirational speakers Rioch Edwards-Brown and Iain Brown, founders of ‘So You Wanna Be in TV?’, Sheridan Mangal, CEO SFM Capital Markets Training Ltd., spoke on ‘Repairing the Broken Family,’ and Jack Corley, Chairman of UPF-UK, spoke with passion about working with families, communities, and young people.  Family Awards were presented to three exemplary families.

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