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First meeting of the Brazzaville Foundation Board

For the very first time, members of the Brazzaville Foundation met in London the 8th and 9th of SeptemberComing from all over the world, they broke the ice dining at London’s oldest restaurant, Rules.
The next day, the first advisory board took place at the Royal Automobile Club where the lunch was served afterwards. This work session was the occasion to broach different discussion points and to formalize the Foundation’s creation.
This two-day reunion ended with an official diner hosted at the Chamber of Lords, gathering the Foundation members and having London’s bishop, Lord Lothian and Michael Binyon from the Times as prestigious guests.

Were present :

  • Members
    • Prince Michael de Kent
    • Jean-Yves Ollivier
    • Philipp Prettejohn
    • Lord Bell de Belgravia
    • David Richmond
    • Dr Mathews Phosa
    • Sundeep Waslekar
  • Observers
    • Ilmas Futehally (Executive Director of the Strategic Foresight Group)
    • Philippe Jonnar

The United Nations Adds Plot For Peace to its official Archives

Plot For Peace – the documentary which recounts the story of the “conspiracy” that led to the release of Nelson Mandela and in which Jean-Yves Ollivier, aka “Mr. Jacques,” played a key role – was screened May 26, 2015 at the United Nations Headquarters.

Plot for Peace

Many UN diplomats and personalities were present at the projection as the ambassadors Ismael Gaspar A. Martin, François Balumuene Mamadou Tangara and Caleb Otto, respectively permanent representatives of the republics of Angola, Congo, Gambia and Palau to UN and Pierre Oba, the Minister of Mines and Geology of the Republic of Congo.

Plot for Peace

This projection was part of the United Nations World Africa Week.

Following the projection, The United Nations added Plot for Peace to its official archives.

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Illicit trade in wild flora and fauna in Africa

The Brazzaville Foundation participated in the International Conference on illegal exploitation and illicit trade in wild flora and fauna in Africa.

The Brazzaville Foundation took part, from 27 to 30 April 2015 at the International Conference on illegal exploitation and illicit trade in wild flora and fauna in Africa., held in Brazzaville (Congo). A strategy to prevent and reduce illegal trade in concerned species and products has been set up for the period 2015-2024 along with representatives of many African governments, special commissions of the United Nations, the European Union and major NGOs.

The Brazzaville foundation at the World Tour for Unity

The Brazzaville Foundation took part from 22 to 25 April to World Tour for Unity organized by the Ichikowitz Family Foundation and the Alma Nostra Foundation in collaboration with the Alma Chamber Orchestra. Jean-Yves Ollivier, Chairman of the Brazzaville Foundation, represented it in South Africa.

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