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|Posted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 12:17 pm Post subject: Objection to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
|Dear Mr. Deepti Choubey,
It is a shameful act that when government of U.S.A. has recognized & declared Iran as one of the” axis' of evil” your reputable organization invites one of the world's biggest terrorist regime's representative as a guest to deliver hallow speech for some thing which does not exist in IRI.
Trita Parsi hardly represents the people of Iran in or outside of the country. It is well known to Iranian Diasporas that, HE is supported by the Islamic Republic and is one of the regime’s agents in the U.S. to try to normalize relations between the IRI and the U.S.A.!? As if that is in the best interest of U.S.A.?
The over whelming majority of Iranians in and outside of Iran are requesting U.S.A. & others to adopt a policy for regime change. But Trita Parsi and the likes of him are doing their best in vain, to delay that necessary process for a while!
But neither HE nor anyone else can stop the inevitable process. The Iranians will topple this regime for a secular, democratic one. And no one with any kind of appeasement or white washing can stop them.
By inviting such a well known shady person, ultimately you will be considered as a loser!?
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2006 3:54 PM
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Subject: :[~22~]VERY IMPORTANT
The Carnegie Endowment brings Trita Parsi, (The Traitor-H.H.) who promotes normalization of relations with the Islamic regime and who actively attacks ALL Iranian activists on a regular basis to speak about Democracy. Please, all send an e-mail to the organizer, Deepti Choubey at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 202.546.0795 x102 and let her know that Trita Parsi is not an acceptable choice for such a panel.
Subject: INVITATION: Peace and Security Initiative Community-wide Meeting; July 10, 2006 Washington, DC
Dear Peace and Security Colleagues:
The Implementation Team of the Peace and Security Initiative (PSI) invites you to attend the next strategy session for the peace and security community, on Monday, July 10, 2006 at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW) in Washington, D.C. As space is limited, RSVPs are required (please click here). Below is information about the desired outcomes, meeting agenda, workshops, RSVPs and travel stipends for the meeting.
We are eager for your continued input and thoughtful engagement. At this meeting we will:
· Continue our strategic planning about the community’s agreed upon top priorities for collaborative action focusing on the current situation with Iran’s nuclear program
· Report on progress and receive feedback on efforts to meet to community’s media and communications needs
· Share information on new activities and community resources
As always at PSI meetings, we will:
· Strengthen the capacity of the community through interactive workshops on strategic communications and building alliances
· Build stronger relationships across sectors of our community (e.g., think tanks, advocacy organizations, the grassroots, and funders)
· Agree to next steps for moving forward
The community-wide PSI meeting will take place on Monday, July 10, 2006 from 1pm – 5:30 pm after a networking lunch from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. We are happy to also invite you to join us for a reception after the PSI meeting from 5:30pm – 6:30pm. As we have at previous PSI meetings, we will offer concurrent capacity building workshops that morning from 9:00am – 12:00pm.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036
SCHEDULE AND AGENDA:
Monday, July 10, 2006
8:30am - 9:00am
9:00am - 12:00pm
Capacity Building Workshops (these sessions run in parallel):
A. “Winning Through Alliances”
B. “Making the News: The Role of Media Plans, Rapid Response Strategies and Editorial Board Meetings”
12:00pm - 1:00pm
1:00pm - 5:30pm
Peace and Security Initiative Strategic Planning Meeting
· Welcome (15 minutes)
· Shared Media and Communications Resource Update and Input (45 minutes)
· Iran Roundtable Discussion (45 minutes)
· Naila Bolus, Executive Director, Ploughshares Fund (moderator)
· Steven Kull, Director of the Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA) and the Center on Policy Attitudes (COPA)
· Trita Parsi, President, National Iranian American Council
· James Walsh, Principal Research Scientist and Faculty, Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
· Strategic Planning Breakout Sessions – (90 minutes)
· Feedback and Close (30 minutes)
5:30pm - 7:00pm
CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOPS:
The topics we have selected for the upcoming meeting reflect the needs and interests that many of you have expressed. We hope you will encourage appropriate members of your staff to attend the following training sessions (please have them RSVP):
“Winning through Alliances” – Active cooperation with, and support from, key individuals and organizations outside the peace and security community can make real policy change happen. This workshop will cover best practices, practical examples (drawing on connections among nuclear energy, climate change and security issues), and tools and resources for building effective alliances along with some hands on exercises for reaching out to new partners.
“Making the News: The Role of Media Plans, Rapid Response Strategies and Editorial Board Meetings” – The peace and security perspective is underrepresented in mainstream media. Improving our capacity to engage the media will increase our ability to shape policy debates and outcomes. This workshop will cover the nuts and bolts of a media plan, strategies for rapid response to events, and hands on exercises conducting effective editorial board meetings.
Staff members participating in the morning trainings are welcome to stay for lunch, and for the afternoon session if they wish (space permitting). As space is limited, RSVPs are required (please forward this invitation to them).
If you CAN join us, please assist us in our planning by clicking here or on the link below to RSVP before Friday, June 30, 2006 (if you have trouble accessing the reply form, please paste the link into your browser).
If you CANNOT join us, please take a moment to indicate that so we do not unnecessarily follow up with you.
Please forward this e-mail to staff members who you would like to attend any portion of the day’s events and have them RSVP.
We are happy to report that we have a small fund to assist with travel expenses. The PSI will provide a limited number of travel stipends of $300 based on a first come first served basis for organizations with budgets of less than $500K located outside of Washington, DC.
Please click here or on the link below to submit a Travel Stipend application before Friday, June 30, 2006. You must also RSVP by clicking on the link above for your travel stipend application to be considered complete.
We encourage participants to bring materials that will be of interest to other members of the community.
We look forward to seeing you at what promises to be another productive meeting, as we continue our collaborative work to promote a more peaceful and just world, free from the threat of weapons of mass destruction. If you have any questions, please contact PSI's Director, Deepti Choubey at email@example.com or at 202.546.0795 x102
PSI Implementation Team:
Naila Bolus, Executive Director, Ploughshares Fund
Gary Ferdman, Executive Director, Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities
Susan Gordon, Director, Alliance for Nuclear Accountability
Kathleen Gwynn, President and CEO, Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation
John Isaacs, Executive Director, Council for a Livable World
Bonnie Jenkins, Program Officer, US Foreign and Security Policy, The Ford Foundation
Priscilla Lewis, Program Officer, Peace and Security Program, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Jon Rainwater, Executive Director, California Peace Action
Cheryl Ramp, Executive Vice President and COO, The Henry L. Stimson Center
Susan Shaer, Executive Director, Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)
Susan Veres Royal, Training and Learning Officer, The Aspen Institute, Global Interdependence Initiative
James Walsh, Principal Research Scientist and Faculty, Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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