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Lord Williams of Oystermouth
The penultimate Master’s Seminar on the theme ‘Vision 2030’
Monday 19 April 6 – 7pm
“Educating for the future: In Faith or Anxiety.”
with Lord Williams of Oystermouth
(The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams)
Who will discuss the theme and answer questions.
Via Zoom : Educator Members check recent Newsletters; External Guest please email the Seminar Secretary – the Zoom link will email back.
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