Prime Minister John Key will be delivering the 12th Europa Lecture in Wellington, as keynote speaker this month.
The Europa Lecture Series is the European Union Centres Network’s prestige public lecture series, usually presented annually by high-profile, leading New Zealand or European politician.
Eleven lectures have been presented as part of the series since the first was held by the National Centre for Research on Europe in 2001.
So far all the lectures have been in either Christchurch or Wellington, but the network says it plans to expand the cities hosting the series for future events.
This year’s lecture will be held on Tuesday, October 12, in the Banquet Hall of Parliament Buildings starting with reception at 4.30pm, followed by the lecture at 5.30pm.
Those wanting to attend should register at www.eucnetwork.org.nz/forms/europa_lecture.html.
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