The challenges facing the European Union and the United Kingdom

The British-Luxembourg Society

The Bridge Forum Dialogue

together with

The British Embassy in Luxembourg

and the

Fondation Nationale de la Résistance

request the honour of your presence

on Tuesday 28 April 2020 at 18:00

at the

Sir Winston Churchill Memorial Lecture 2020

to be given by

Lord Patten of Barnes
Chancellor of the University of Oxford
Former European Commissioner for External Affairs

who will speak on

“The challenges facing
the European Union and the United Kingdom”


Professor Catherine Léglu
Vice-Rector of the University of Luxembourg
Member of the Bridge Forum Dialogue

will chair the Lecture

A question and answer session and a reception will follow

Venue: Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
7, rue Alcide de Gasperi, Luxembourg Kirchberg
Bus stop: « Léon Hengen », Tram: « Kirchberg – Coque »

 – Places are limited –



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