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How has the UK’s aid commitment advanced the Sustainable Development Goals?...

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Frankopan Hall

West Court

Jesus College, Jesus Lane

Cambridge

CB5 8BQ

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Former MP and former Chair of the International Development Select Committee Stephen Twigg will be at the Intellectual Forum on Thursday 23rd January in conversation with Pauline Rose to talk about how the UK's cross-pary commitment to international development promoted progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

Stephen Twigg served as the Labour and Co-operative Member of Parliament for Liverpool West Derby from 2010-2019. From June 2015, he served as the Chair of the International Development Select Committee for 4 and a half years. The purpose of this committee is to scrutinise the work and spending of the Department for International Development.

Stephen also served as the Labour MP for Enfield Southgate for 8 years and was Government Minister for 4 years between 2001-2005. He also served as Shadow Education Secretary, Deputy Leader of the House of Commons, and as an Education Minister.

Pauline Rose is a Professor of International and Director of the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre in the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.


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The entry to West Court is directly on Jesus Lane, near to the intersection with Park Street. Please DO NOT ENTER through the main entrance to the Porters’ Lodge, known as "the Chimney”. A map is included below to assist you in finding our entrance.

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There is no on-site car parking at Jesus College for those attending our events. There is limited on-street parking outside the College and the Park Street Car Park is very close. There are also multiple Park and Ride options to the City Centre, a short walk from the College.

A regular train services runs to Cambridge from London’s Kings Cross Station, London Liverpool Street Station and many other mainline UK stations. The College is located approximately 2 miles (3.2 kilometres) from the railway station. Buses run about every 10 minutes and there is a taxi rank outside the station and one here in the city centre for your return.

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We ask that you arrive 15 minutes before the event and doors will close at the face time on your ticket. We may not admit latecomers, especially if seating is full or filming is taking place. Our staff will be on site to validate tickets and so it would be helpful to have either an electronic or printed form of your ticket with you. Please also bring photographic ID for validation.

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Unfortunately not everyone who books a ticket turns up on the day and so we have to over-issue tickets to ensure a full event. We decide carefully how many tickets to issue as it is important to have a full event but the last thing we want to do is disappoint people. In order to be as fair as possible we admit ticket holders on a first come, first served basis. It is helpful to us if you cannot attend that you cancel your ticket. More accurate numbers mean less overbooking in the future and reduce the risk that people with tickets will be denied entry. For some events we may be able to ticket at the door and this will be advised to the waitlist. Please join the waitlist if the event is sold out and we will let you know if this will be an option.

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West Court is access friendly and there are hearing loops. Please let us know about any access requirements at least three days in advance of any event via if-coordinator@jesus.cam.ac.uk. There is limited permit disabled parking, and again this must be prearranged. The building has extensive access-friendly bathroom facilities, and some limited seating in the waiting area.

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Jesus College, Jesus Lane

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CB5 8BQ

United Kingdom

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