Free Distribution of Two UN Books


Surya Nath Prasad – TRANSCEND Media Service

surya-nath-prasadAt the Occasion of the 71st Anniversary of the United Nations, 24 October 2016 

The following two books of the United Nations are being given as Gift to the distinguished persons in the field of peace studies, peace education and higher education in general including to the Universities and Colleges of higher learning, Libraries, and Organizations of public interest:


  1. A Vision of Hope: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations (Pages: 328, Weight: 1Kg. 212 Grams) and
  2. Human Rights: The New Consensus (Pages: 304, Weight: 984 Grams).


The size of the books is very large in comparison to the size of normal books.  Both the books are in paperback published by Regency Publications, London, U.K. for the United Nations.

Interested distinguished scholars, authors and professors, educational institutions, organizations of public interest may receive these books free of cost at the address cited above, and if by post, by paying actual postal charges only.

You can see the cover pages of both books HERE.

For orders contact Dr. Surya Nath Prasad, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Peace Education: An International Journal
216, Laxminagar – NAGPUR 440 022
Maharashtra, India


Dr. Surya Nath Prasad, former president & currently executive vice president of International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), associate professor of education emeritus, former visiting professor, the graduate institute of peace studies, Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea, founder & editor-in-chief, Peace Education: An International Journal.


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