Annual Fellows Lecture: Trust, Trustworthiness and the Professions
October 22 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pmFree
We are pleased to announce that Baroness Onora O’Neill will be joining us for our inaugural Annual Fellows Lecture, set to take place on 22nd October at the House of Lords. Baroness O’Neill will be delivering a keynote session on Trust, Trustworthiness, and the Professions.
Light refreshments and canapes will be available on the day, as well as plenty of networking opportunities to connect with your fellow peers. Our thanks go to AQA for their generous sponsorship and support of this event.
About the speaker: Baroness Onora O’Neill combines work in political philosophy and ethics with public life. She was Principal of Newnham College and Professor of Philosophy in Cambridge from 1992-2006, President of the British Academy from 2005-2009, chaired the Nuffield Foundation from 1998-2010, and has been a crossbench member of the House of Lords since 2000. She chaired the UK’s Equality and Human Rights Commission from 2012-2016, and served on the Medical Research Council and the Banking Standards Board until 2018. She lectures and writes on justice and ethics, accountability and trust, justice and borders, as well as on the future of universities, the quality of legislation and the ethics of communication.
This event provides an opportunity to meet with colleagues and be inspired by Baroness O’Neill’s work. To confirm your place, please complete the online registration form.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
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Are childcare facilities available?
Unfortunately, due to the security at the House of Lords, attendance at this event is limited to Fellows only.
Will the event be live streamed?
Due to the nature of these events, it is not always possible to live stream these events. If you are interested in watching a live stream of some of the keynote presentations then please contact the organiser directly to register your interest.