Earlier this week Nobel Peace Laureate, Lord David Trimble visited Rome where he participated in a number of social activities.
After a warm greeting by the Deputy Major of Rome, he visited the Capitoline Hill and the Capitoline Museum together with the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates paying tribute to the place where the 1st World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates was launched in 1999 with Lord Trimble among its very first participants.
During the visit Lord Trimble and the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of the Nobel Peace Laureates were invited to the Villa Wolkonsky, the official Residence of the British Ambassador to Italy in Rome where Lord Trimble as a guest of honour took part in the debate “UK – EU: A New Partnership”.
Within the educational program of the Summit “Leading by Example” Lord David Trimble visited both the LUISS university and the John Cabot University with the lectures for students. Both universities are long-term partners of the “Leading by Example program” and good friends of the Summit.