2016 Lord Caradon Lecture
  • Desmond Tutu Theatre, University of St Mark & St John, Derriford Road, Plymouth PL6 8BH

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The 2016 Lord Caradon Lecture will be held at the University of St Mark & St John in Derriford, Plymouth. The speaker will be Baron Butler of Brockwell, who will be discussing 'The intelligence on WMN in the lead up to the Iraq War'.

The Lord Caradon Lectures Trust was established to commemorate the life and work of Hugh Mackintosh Foot, Lord Caradon (1907-1990). Lord Caradon had himself been involved in the original planning of an annual lecture on international affairs to be given in Plymouth by an eminent speaker. As it happened the inaugural, and by now commemorative lecture, was given in 1991, the year following Lord Caradon’s death. 

By the terms of the trust all lectures are open to the public and admission is free.

Today, the trust exists to recognise Lord Caradon’s long and devoted service to the ideals of the United Nations and his work for the United Kingdom’s contribution to those concepts. It aims to extend understanding of international affairs and tolerance of other ideologies, races and religions, primarily through the series of annual lectures. The lectures are always on a theme of international significance related to Lord Caradon’s life and work.

The trust depends entirely on public voluntary contributions and gratefully acknowledges the continuing assistance provided by Plymouth University and the University of St Mark & St John.

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