UNESCO Club Sorbonne proudly invites you to Cambridge conference :
UK and its Allies, a Century after the Great War : Leadership through Peace
Friday 09 May 2014, 17:30-19:30
Cambridge University Judge Business School
Lecture theatre LT3
To mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War, memorial, multi-disciplinary, peace conference is being organised by the Cambridge Alumni and the PEXIM Foundation Alumni. The organizers are supported by Sir Paul Judge (Knight, Aldermanic Sheriff of the City of London), the principal benefactor of Judge Business School. The conference will be hosted at University of Cambridge Judge Business School, ranked as one of the world’s leading business schools.
The desirable outcome of this conference is that notable audience gets more familiar about the current economic and political landscape and memory projects related to The Great War legacy in the fields of: international development, innovation and youth employment, education and culture. Proceedings from the conference will be recorded and possibly published in other ways if the speakers agree on that proposal. Moreover, the conference considers key premises of leadership considering the pivotal role of great man who worked on international peace.
The keynote speakers will include :
Professor Dominic Lieven, Cambridge University Faculty of History:
The Great War Underlying Causes and Implications
Aleksandar Protic, Federal Counselor at UNESCO Federation of France:
Memory Projects Fostering Intercultural Understanding about the Great War
Professor Simon Stockley, Cambridge Judge Business School:
Innovation as a Catalyst for Youth Leadership a Century after the Great War.
Find more about the conference at Cambridge University website
or at MUN PLANET (UN model global network)