Professor Nabil Ayad
Distinguished Career in Development of Diplomacy
In November 2014, I founded the Academy of Diplomacy and International Governance at Loughborough University London and was the Director from November 2014 until October 2017 - Activities and Achievements until October 2017 http://geodiplomatics.com/academy.htm
Previously, I had worked with the University of Westminster, before joining the University of East Anglia, London Campus, as the Director of London Academy of Diplomacy.
Note - Hearder is from the University of East Anglia, London Campus Graduation Ceremony, March 28th, 2012. [l-r] HE Mr Khaled Al-Duwaisan, Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to the
Court of St James’s and Doyen of the London Diplomatic Corps, receipient of an Honouary Doctorate of Civil Law for the University of East Anglia; Dr Richard Harvey, UEA Director of Admissions and Dean
UEA London; Public Orator, Professor Nabil Ayad; and Professor Edward Acton, Vice-Chancellor, University of
Diplomatic Academy of London Honoured by DIPLOMAT Magazine
April 24th, 2012 - Diplomatic Academy of London honoured at DIPLOMAT Magazine's "Diplomat of the Year Awards" for Distinguished Contribution to Diplomacy in London
DIPLOMAT of the Year Awards Winners with Rod Wilkinson of Jaguar Landrover (far left), Tody Hampton of General Trading Company (2nd left) & Huguo do Blocq van Kuffeler (far right) – Professor Nabil Ayad (back, 2nd from right) with London Academy of Diplomacy Award.
The Diplomat Magazine Press Release quotes Professor Nabil Ayad who picked up the ‘Distinguished Contribution to Diplomacy in London’ award on behalf of The London Academy of Diplomacy: "Diplomats are considered custodians of national interest. No one can put a premium on national interest; hence diplomats are still [more than] necessary.’
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