RRU Special Lecture Series on the UN Security Council (UNSC) – Kenya’s priorities as an elected member of the UNSC

Rashtriya Raksha University-RRU is India’s leading public university in the field of national security and policing. Against the background of the initiation of India’s term of office as an elected member of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the period 2021-22, the university is organizing a special series of lectures on the UNSC. Various sessions organized as part of this series of lectures are intended to focus on the discussion of the most important issues relating to the Security Council.

As one of the primary organs of the United Nations, the United Nations Security Council is primarily responsible for maintaining international peace and security around the world. The member states of the Security Council play an important role in resolving disputes between different parties, thereby making an essential contribution to global peace and prosperity.

A lecture on the topic “Kenya’s priorities as an elected member of the United Nations Security Council” is important to understand the main priority areas of Kenya during its membership in the Security Council. This session is also designed to help participants gain a thorough understanding of Kenya’s significant contribution to the United Nations Security Council in the past.

The online discourse and interaction during the session is designed to immensely enrich participants’ understanding of the important role of the elected members of the United Nations Security Council and to create greater awareness of the problems and challenges the Council is facing.

  • Dear speaker for the meeting: HE Amb. Willy K. Bett, High Commissioner of Kenya in India
  • Date of the program: March 23, 2021
  • Time: 1100 hours
  • Registration link: bit.ly/unsc_kenya

Session details:

1. The session lasts 1 hour.

2. The University Vice Chancellor briefly introduces the distinguished speaker and the topic of the webinar.

3. The Distinguished Speaker will give his or her remarks for 20-25 minutes.

4. This is followed by a discussion and Q / A session with the participants.

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