What is Britain’s role on the international stage? What challenges does the UK Government face? Why are international organisations increasingly important?
These are just a few of the questions Lord Wood, the current Chair of the United Nations Association, will be discussing on Tuesday 29 November 2016. The event – titled The future of Britain in the world: What role should our country play on the world stage? – is taking place at the Liverpool Guild of Students. Although the event is free, please book a ticket if you would like to attend.
About Lord Wood
Formerly a Senior Special Advisor to Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband, Stewart Wood worked on foreign policy, covering Europe, the US, the Middle East, as well as relations with international organisations.
Now, Lord Wood is a Lecturer at the University of Oxford and is the Chair of the United Nations Association. Before working at Downing Street, Lord Wood was an academic at both Harvard University and the University of Oxford, specialising in political economy and European politics.
When: 18:30 – 20:30; Tuesday 29 November 2016
Where: Mountford Hall, Liverpool Guild of Students, 160 Mount Pleasant
Ticket: The event is free, but please book a ticket