Invited by Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir David Greenaway, Jeremy Browne, international adviser to the University of Nottingham and former UK Minister of State will give a public talk on 22 September on 'West-China relations and how we can progress for mutual benefit'. Mr Browne is a Nottingham alumnus and visited UNNC in September 2010 when he was the UK Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
About the speaker
Jeremy Browne is an international adviser to the University of Nottingham. He is also the Special Representative for the City of London to Europe. Jeremy Browne was previously a member of the United Kingdom parliament (2005-15), a Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office covering UK-China relations (2010-12) and a Minister of State in the Home Office (2012-13). He studied at the University of Nottingham, graduating with a degree in Politics (1992) and was President of the Students' Union (1992-93).