A British-Spanish conversation for NewcastleGateshead

Government
ministers and Nobel Prize winners from Spain and the UK will gather for the
British-Spanish Tertulias (Conversation) for the first time outside London or Madrid next year.

The 100-delegate
event was
secured for the Sage Gateshead, 20-22 November, by
NewcastleGateshead Convention Bureau. Representatives from
government, international
corporations and the scientific community
will come together
at the Tertulias to discuss
some big issues affecting
Spain and the
UK.

Conference organiser, Stephanie Ashton, says:
“We are very much looking forward to holding this conference in
NewcastleGateshead and are extremely grateful for the assistance of the
bureau, which has been second to none in
helping us to organise venues, dinners and events to make this a memorable
meeting for all our delegates.”

David Miliband, and
Miguel Angel
Moratinos, British and Spanish
Foreign Ministers respectively, will be involved in a debate and taking
questions from the audience.

“This conference is a vital vehicle
for addressing high-level issues, providing leading business figures,
politicians and scientists from Britain and Spain
with the chance to debate international relations and vital topics such as climate
change, European policies and global challenges,” says British
chair of the conference, Denis MacShane MP.

The
Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, BALTIC
Centre for Contemporary Art, Alnwick
Garden and Durham Castle will also host events
throughout the three-day
conference.

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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