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Cambridge International Director Lee Davis is to join an expert panel at an event hosted by the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, and supported by Salesforce, on Thursday 5 March 2020.
The session, which will be streamed live over the internet, will focus on the theme of ‘The Challenges Facing Young People Today’ and the role non-formal education can play in helping young people confront these challenges.
As Interim Director of Teaching and Learning, Lee Davis will share his unique perspective on the challenges and solutions, alongside fellow panellists including Layne Robinson, Head of Social Policy Development at the Commonwealth, Charlotte Kirby, Vice President of Global Strategic Relations at Salesforce and Dr Howard Williamson, Professor of European Youth Policy and International Award Trustee. John May, Secretary General of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, will chair the event.
Cambridge International has been in partnership with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award since September 2017, and during that time has seen Cambridge International Schools in Spain, Indonesia, India, Egypt, Malaysia, South Africa and China become licensed as Award Centres. The partnership reflects the importance of a holistic education that also develops skills outside of the classroom.
The Spotlight Session takes place at Salesforce Tower, London, on Thursday 5 March and will be streamed live from 8am to 9.15am GMT.
To join the discussion via live steam, register at http://bit.ly/awardspotlightsession