Talking to Terrorists - A Discussion with General (Retd) Sir Paul Newton
The College of Social Sciences and International Studies is offering an exciting opportunity for Politics and IAIS students who are interested in contemporary approaches to world security.
|A College of Social Sciences and International Studies seminar|
|Speaker(s)||General (Retd) Sir Paul Newton|
|Date||30 October 2012|
|Time||10:00 to 11:00|
|Organizer||Strategy and Security Institute|
15:00-16:00 Monday 29th October 2012
10:00-11:00 Tuesday 30th October 2012
There is the opportunity for you to discuss terrorism issues with General (Retd) Sir Paul Newton, Director of the Strategy and Security Institute. The topic for discussion will be ‘Talking to Terrorists’ - please see attached poster.
The small group sessions will provide an opportunity for academic and personal development and will promote a range of intellectual, interactive and transferable skills.
There are limited places available to meet with Sir Paul Newton in these small group interactive sessions. Anyone interested in the event should explain, in no more than 100 words, why s/he would like to attend. There are spaces for up to 30 students to attend one of the two available sessions, so please reply promptly to reserve your place. You can specify the date of the session that you would prefer to attend.
Please access http://www.exeter.ac.uk/strategy/ for information on Sir Paul Newton and the new Strategy and Security Institute.
Your 100 word statements should be sent to Sharon Bellem (S.J.Bellem@exeter.ac.uk) by e-mail by 5pm on Monday 22nd October. Students participating in the sessions will be contacted by Thursday 25th October with further details about the event.