Tomorrow Matters brings to the University of South Wales leading experts from the spheres of advocacy, business, policymaking and diplomacy to address some of the key global challenges we face and is a cornerstone of our institutional commitment to the United Nations Global Compact.
Previous speakers include the former directors of all the UK’s security agencies, senior diplomats who have represented the UK in Berlin, Brussels, Moscow, Paris and Washington and leading policymakers, including Sir John Major and Julia Gillard.
*Unfortunately, due to the High Commissioner's competing commitments, this event has been postponed until later in the year. An announcement on the new date will be made once confirmed.*
The Faculty of Creative Industries is delighted to welcome to the university, NneNne Iwuji-Eme, UK High Commissioner to Mozambique.
NneNne Iwuji-Eme read economics as an undergraduate at the University of Manchester, before going on to postgraduate study at Manchester’s Global Development Institute. She joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 2002, and has held a variety of roles over the last two decades, including UK First Secretary to Brazil. She was made High Commissioner to Mozambique by Boris Johnson in 2018, the first British black female diplomat to be appointed to the role of High Commissioner.
This is a unique opportunity to learn from a senior leader with substantial experience of working in the field of international trade. After some initial remarks by the High Commissioner, we will open for questions from the audience.