‘Changing the Culture: A Prosecutor's Role’ - Nazir Afzal Brunel University London OBE LLD (hon) - Part of Brunel’s 2014 Public Lecture Series, ‘Visions of the Future’
Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
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Full event details
Venue: Main Auditorium, Eastern Gateway Building
Admission: Free. Doors and bar open from 5.30pm, lectures start at 6pm.
Nazir is the Chief Crown Prosecutor for the North West of England, and formerly Director in London. He is also the National Lead on Violence against Women & Girls, on Child Sexual Abuse, on Honour based violence, forced marriage and a number of other crime issues. His local role involves responsibility for 100,000 prosecutions a year, his national role involves sharing best practice, developing new strategies and interacting with the UK Government and internationally. His voluntary work includes being Pro- Chancellor of Brunel University London, the Chair of the Prince of Wales' Mosaic Trust providing mentors to schools and being a trustee of two other charities. He has received several awards including the OBE from the Queen in 2005, the Asian Media Group "Man of the Year" in 2012 and listed in the Power List of the most influential Muslims in the world.
This event is free to attend, but as places are likely to be in very high demand anyone interested in attending must register in advance via the website.
A bar will be open for refreshments before and after the lectures.
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