Conference draws an international audienceOct 29, 2019
A MAJOR international conference addressing global issues of politics, economics and thought leadership takes place at the University of Buckingham on Thursday (October 31).
The event has attracted business leaders, high commissioners, bankers and education figures to debate political unity, economics and schools of thought in education.
Speakers include Robin Gwynn, the UK’s former deputy high commissioner to Ghana, Brandon Davies, the former head of retail market risk at Barclays, and Nobel laureate and founder of Grass Roots Africa Benny Dembitzer
The Buckingham International Conference has been organised by the university’s Social & Academics Club. It is followed by a gala dinner.
A spokesman for the organisers said: “The conference will address the challenges so far of global co-operation, international relations of developed and developing nations and such relations of different nationalities in ideologies, cultures and schools of thought.
“It will do so by bringing together business figures, high commissioners, central bankers, private bankers and academic educators.”