Posts tagged Tunisia
Year of the Arabs: Why Middle Eastern Diplomats Are Today's Role Models

For the first time, Ambassadors from the Middle East sweep up awards from Grassroot Diplomat, proving to the world that the region is advancing in civil society.

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Keith Vaz MP Nominated for Diabetes Charity Silver Star

Keith Vaz MP for Leicester East is shortlisted for the Grassroot Diplomat Initaitive Award for founding of diabetes charity, Silver Star. Silver Star seeks to raise awareness of diabetes through advocacy and delivery of free diabetes testing and lifestyle advice to the general public. Diabetes can be a killer when undiagnosed, and can lead to devastating complications including lower limb amputation, blindness and cardiovascular disease.

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Award Alumnus at the House of Commons

Grassroot Diplomat held its first business networking event at the House of Commons in the presence of diplomats, politicians, and social entrepreneurs.  The Alumni Networking Club was created for government officials who were previously nominated for the prestigious Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award.

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Summer Magazine Looks into Muslim World

From their successes at the most recent Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Award, the second edition of the Quarterly Magazine celebrates Arab Ambassadors who have paved the way for their people in the face of adversity; from the challenges of revolution, to patriarchy, terrorism, and even occupation.

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Grassroot Diplomat Announces Diplomatic and Political Award Winners

Diplomatic consultancy Grassroot Diplomat today hosted a star-studded even to announce the political and diplomatic winners for the 3rd Annual Grassroot Diplomat Initiative Awards at The May Fair Hotel. See who are winners are here.

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Tunisian Ambassador HE Nabil Ammar Nominated Post-Uprising

His Excellency Nabil Ammar is nominated for his outreach work after the revolution. The Ambassador came into office in London at a time when Tunisia was at its most fragile. After the uprising in 2011, Mr Ammar was left to manage a difficult transition period and to establish new relations of confidence with Tunisians living in the UK. 

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