ZTFE – Progressing Together Sustainably

The ZTFE Online Symposium – Progressing Together Sustainably (Peace for Progress) was held on Armistice Day, Friday 11th November 2022 at 4pm GMT to express our gratitude to the Armed Forces for their role in maintaining Peace.

We are grateful to Lord Karan Bilimoria CBE, DL, and Air Chief Marshal Fali Major PVSM, AVSM, SC, VM (Retd) for their talks.
To conclude the meeting Sir Laurie Bristow KCMG, the President of Hughes Hall Cambridge and former British ambassador to Moscow and Foreign Commonwealth Office Director National Security shared his perspective.
The international Zoroastrian  representatives included people from India, UK, Australia, New York, Washington DC, Las Vegas, California.
Many of them including Mr. Rusi Dalal, Mrs. Katayun Kapadia, Mr. Kersi B. Shroff, Dr. Behram Pastakia and Mr. Percy Master shared their thoughts of respect to the Armed Forces and their families.
The ZTFE was much  appreciated by one and all for holding this event and bringing such eloquent and distinguished speakers to the forum, and bringing people together internationally to mark this important day.
We are grateful to Mr. Yazdi Tantra for sharing this recording on Zoroastrians.net.


View the Video Here:


The next ZTFE Online Symposium – Progressing Together Sustainably is on Armistice Day, Friday 11th November 2022 at 4pm GMT.

Please join us to give gratitude to the Armed Forces for their role in maintaining Peace to facilitate Progress and the Greater Good of All sustainably.

Speakers: ZTFE Patron Lord Karan F. Bilimoria CBE, DL and Air Chief Marshal Fali H. Major PVSM AVSM SC VM (Retd).

This concept is in line with FrashoKereti (Progress with Righteousness and Good Action) which encompasses and goes beyond the UN 17 SDGs.

With best wishes,

Malcolm M Deboo, ZTFE President

& Dr Karishma Koka, Co-opted member ZTFE Managing Committee


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Meeting ID: 864 8337 5794
Passcode: PEACE


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