High profile Trinity Talks announced

A series of high profile guest lectures has been announced at Leeds Trinity University, as part of celebrations for the institution’s 50th Anniversary.

Author Gervase Phinn and Former Minister of State for Faith and Communities Baroness Warsi are among the notable line-up for the free Trinity Talks over the next few months.

The full line up is as follows:

Ending Homelessness – A Trinity Talk with Mark McGreevy OBE

Wednesday 1 February, 7.00pm

A thought-provoking and inspirational lecture about the phenomenon of global homelessness and differing approaches to how it might be ended.

The School Inspector Calls – A Trinity Talk with Dr Gervase Phinn

Wednesday 22 February, 7.00pm

A truly entertaining and anecdotal talk about teachers, children and schools – by comedian and author Dr Gervase Phinn.

A Trinity Talk with Baroness Warsi

Thursday 18 May, 7.00pm

A Trinity Talk with Dame Louise Casey CB DBE

Wednesday 14 June, 7.00pm

Everyone is welcome to attend – there is a light buffet and refreshments from 6.00pm, with the talk beginning at 7.00pm. All talks will conclude with a Question and Answer panel with the speakers.

Professor Margaret A House, Vice-Chancellor at Leeds Trinity University, said: “I am delighted to announce the line-up for our Trinity Talks, for what I’m confident will be a topical, thought-provoking and engaging series of lectures. I am particularly looking forward to welcoming partners and alumni back onto campus, and to showcase our successful alumni and associates in our 50th year.”

All events are free – but individuals are asked to register at www.leedstrinity50.co.uk/events.

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