On Saturday 1 April, Regent’s University London and the Tutu Foundation UK are hosting the second International Peace Summit 2017: The Aftermath of Conflict - Managing the Peace in Order to Avoid Future Conflict.
The collaboration between Regent’s and the Tutu Foundation UK began five years ago and has been highly effective in promoting the legacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The conference will feature speakers
•Lord Paul Boateng
•Lord Alex Carlile CBE, QC
•Senator David Coltart
•Sir Malcolm Rifkind KCMG, QC
•Professor Judith Ackroyd
•Sir Henry Brooke CMG, PC
•Professor Aldwyn Cooper
•Boyd McCleary CMG, CVO
•Sir Geoffrey Nice QC
•Dr Tim Ojo
•Sir Hugh Orde OBE, QPM
•Carole Stone CBE
•Sir Alan Ward
•Marina Wheeler QC
•Quentin Peel, former Foreign and International Affairs Editor of the Financial Times
•PAN Intercultural Arts
•Students from Flekke College, Norway
•Student from Regent's University London
•Student Muzoon Rakan Alemellehan from Syria
View the summit programme
View the speaker biographies
£75 delegate rate
£25 discount rate including Regent's alumni
Free for all students, Tutu Foundation ambassadors and Regent's University London staff. Those under 18 can also attend free of charge.
Two servings of tea/coffee and a finger buffet lunch are included for all registrants.
CPD points: 6 points for members of the Bar Council and Law Society; 7 points for Regent's School of Psychotherapy & Psychology UKCP members.