Report for the Conservative Foreign and Commonwealth Council The Annual Summer Diplomatic party was organised by the Conservative Foreign and Commonwealth Council and took place in the Attlee room of the House of Lords on 20th July. It was a pivotal moment in the history of the CFCC, with the promise of a new dawn of political activism just around the corner. As a primarily social club before now, the decision to become more involved in the political sphere was a controversial one, but one that was readily accepted by those present, and indeed the membership as a whole.
Mr. Eitan Na'eh, Israel's Deputy Ambassador to the United Kingdom, gave a speech on "The Road to Peace 1993-2014 what went wrong" and also answered questions on trade, civil defence, oil fields, immigration among many other issues.
Founder & Chairman of IMAN Foundation, Ribal Al-Assad, gave a fascinating overview covering the last few years to promote dialogue, challenge extremism and bring change to the Middle East and North Africa in particular.