Tuesday, May 18, 2010

British Sikh Chaplain Organizes UK Armed Forces Sikh Conference

From a UK MOD press release. MP+

Armed Forces Sikh Conference fosters 'sense of extended family'
A People In Defence news article
18 May 10

The fourth annual Armed Forces Sikh Conference, which took place at the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre at Amport House near Andover, has been celebrated as a huge success by delegates.

Mandeep Kaur and assembled delegates on the steps of Amport House
[Picture: Cpl Steve Blake RLC, Crown Copyright/MOD 2010]

The conference took place from 14 to 16 May, with servicemen and women from all three Services attending, some with their families. It was hosted and organised by Mandeep Kaur, the Sikh Civilian Chaplain to the Military.

Conference sessions ranged from 'Diversity in the Military' by Group Captain Pemberton, to discussions on various current practices and issues that Service personnel come across.

Read the whole piece here.

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