Lord Winston talks about ‘Politicians’ problems and doctors’ dilemmas’

06 June 2011

Email the Lord Speaker’s office for a great opportunity to bring GCSE and sixth from students to the House of Lords to hear Lord Winston share his thoughts on medical ethics on Thursday 23 June

The fertility expert and broadcaster will be discussing ethical issues at the beginning and end of life with a specially invited audience of young people in a talk called ‘Politicians’ Problems and Doctors’ Dilemmas’. You can be there, too!

Apply for tickets

Thirty tickets are available for the talk, which takes place from 4.30pm to 6.30pm on Thursday 23 June in the Robing Room at the House of Lords.

Schools and colleges can apply for up to 10 tickets for GCSE and sixth form students (two staff + eight students from Years 10, 11, 12 and 13). Students will have the opportunity to put questions to Lord Winston.

Applications from regional schools and sixth form colleges are particularly welcome.

Tickets are available on a first-come-first served basis. For tickets and more information, please email the Lord Speaker’s office.

Further information

Lord Winston’s Robing Room lecture is part of the House of Lords outreach programme, which aims to reach out to different groups and communities to encourage their interest in the House of Lords.

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