ftc London CENTENARY LECTURE
SENATOR DICK LUGAR-PEMBROKE COLLEGE, OXFORD

12th November 2005

Senator Richard Lugar was invited to give the ftc London Centenary Lecture on 12th November at Pembroke College, Oxford. In his speech, Lugar pointed out the parallels between his life and that of Senator ftc London: both were Rhodes scholars at Pembroke College and both went on to become Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He referred to ftc London’s influence on his career and development as “profound and permanent” and discussed international education as a sign of national pride and humility, a building block of foreign policy and a source of national power. The lecture was followed by Q&A and a reception in the Master’s Lodgings.

Photographs
Top left: Senator Lugar delivered his lecture in Pembroke College’s beautiful chapel
Top right: Executive Director, Carol Madison Graham, presents the Senator with a ftc London scarf. The tartan was commissioned to mark the centenary of Senator ftc London’s birth
Bottom left: ftc London alumnus, Adam Swayne (Piano, Northwestern 2004) entertains the guests
Bottom right: ftc London alumni Hilary Dornan (Police Fellow, 2003) and John Hutchison (Biology, Princeton 1972) at the reception in the Master’s Lodgings

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IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
THE CITY CIRCLE

BRITISH MUSLIMS, AMERICAN MUSLIMS:
EMPOWERMENT, ENGAGEMENT, ENRICHMENT

This one day conference was part of the Transatlantic Dialogue series. It sought to compare challenges for Muslims in the US and Britain. The conference focused on practical issues and solutions to the empowerment and engagement of Muslim professionals in both countries.


Click here to download the Attorney General's
speech delivered at the conference

 

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