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Dialogue: How does home nurture wisdom?

Dialogue: How does home nurture wisdom?

Date Time Location Price
Tuesday, 17th November 2020 6.30pm - 7.45pm The Abbey and online Free, booking required

Westminster Abbey Institute brings together leading thinkers for the second in a series of three dialogues on the value of wisdom in public life.

Speaker: Mark Easton

Chair and interlocutor: Rebecca Mitchell

Mark Easton is the BBC’s Home Editor and is a member of the Westminster Abbey Institute’s Council of Reference.

Rebecca Mitchell is a barrister and specialises in family law. She is a Fellow of the Westminster Abbey Institute.

Rebecca Mitchell invites Mark Easton to reflect on the ways in which home and family can be places of wisdom. From her own experience as a family lawyer, Rebecca will debate with Mark the consequences of family breakdown on nurturing future leaders.

Part of Where does wise leadership come from?, Westminster Abbey Institute’s 2020 autumn programme.


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This event is free but booking is essential. To register to attend the event or to watch the live-stream via YouTube please contact Aneta Horniak at [email protected] or call 020 7654 4911.

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