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The Dalai Lama’s UK Schedule
14 - 23 June 2012


Thursday 14 June

Arrives in UK

Friday 15 June
11.30am - 12.15pm
His Holiness the Dalai Lama's address to the Yorkshire International Business Convention on the subject of “Ethics in Business”. Venue: Wellington Place, Leeds.
INVITE ONLY

2.15pm - 2.35pm
Dialogue with students at the Yorkshire International Business Convention. Leeds.
INVITE ONLY

Saturday 16 June
10.35am - 11.15am
Audience for leaders and representatives of youth organisations. Manchester.
INVITE ONLY

1.30pm - 3.30pm
“Stand Up & Be The Change”. Youth event. Including presentation of Youth Compassion Award to young person from the Manchester area. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust. Manchester Arena.
For tickets go to www.dalailama2012uk.org

Sunday 17 June
9.30am - 11.30am
Buddhist Teaching Session 1. Including welcoming speech by the Bishop of Manchester The Right Revd Nigel McCullough. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust. Manchester Arena.
For tickets go to www.dalailama2012uk.org

1.30pm - 3.30pm
“Real Change Happens in The Heart”. Public talk and Q&A session. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust. Manchester Arena.
For tickets go to www.dalailama2012uk.org

Monday 18 June
9.00am - 11.00am
Buddhist Teaching Session 2. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust. Manchester Arena.
For tickets go to www.dalailama2012uk.org

12.30pm - 2.00pm
Buddhist Teaching Session 3. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust. Manchester Arena.
For tickets go to www.dalailama2012uk.org

Tuesday 19 June
9.00am - 11.00am
“Values of Democracy and Tibet”. C R Parekh Lecture. Hosted by the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster. University of Westminster, London.
INVITE ONLY

2.00pm - 3.30pm
“Real Change Happens in The Heart”. Public talk and Q&A session. Hosted by the Tibet House Trust and the Tibetan Community in Britain. Royal Albert Hall, London.
SOLD OUT

Wednesday 20 June
9.00am - 10.25am
“Resisting Intolerance: An Ethical and Global Challenge”. Lecture and Q&A session. Hosted by the Frederick Bonnart Braunthal Trust, Matrix Chambers, the Sigrid Rausing Trust and London School of Economics & Political Science. London School of Economics, London.
INVITE ONLY

10.55am - 11.20am
Interfaith prayer gathering. Westminster Abbey, London.
For ticket details go to: www.westminster-abbey.org.
Note: ticket application deadline 12 noon, Friday 15 June

11.25am - 11.40am
Meeting with descendants of British who were in Tibet in the 1950s.
INVITE ONLY

12.45am - 1.55pm
Speaker’s lunch at Parliament. Hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons.
INVITE ONLY

2.00pm - 3.20pm
Meeting and address to Parliamentarians hosted by 28 All Party Parliamentary Groups, (APPG), including the APPG for Tibet.
INVITE ONLY

Thursday 21 June
9.00am - 9.30am
Audience for Tibetans living in the UK.
INVITE ONLY

10.50am - 12noon
“Importance of Buddhist Culture Preservation”. Address to Nepalese & Mongolian Buddhist communities. Hosted by the Buddhist Community Centre UK. Aldershot Town football ground.
For ticket information: www.bccuk.co.uk. Online tickets at: bccuk.eventbrite.com

Friday 22 June
9.00am - 9.20am
Audience with members of the Cross Party Group on Tibet of The Scottish Parliament and members of the Tibetan community of Scotland. Signet Library, Edinburgh.
INVITE ONLY

9.25am
Brief visit to view Tibet related archive material. National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh.
INVITE ONLY

10.20am - 11.50am
“Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World”. Public talk and Q&A session. Keynote event for the 20th anniversary of the Edinburgh Lectures, including presentation of Youth Compassion Award to young person from the Edinburgh area. Usher Hall, Edinburgh.
SOLD OUT

12noon
Lunch and meeting with Scottish political and religious representatives. Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh.
INVITE ONLY

2.25pm - 3.30pm
“Education of the Heart”. The Margaret Harris Lecture on Religion. Hosted by The University of Dundee. Caird Hall, Dundee.
SOLD OUT

Saturday 23 June
1.40pm - 3.00pm
“Be the Change”.  Public talk and Q&A session. Eden Court, Inverness.

SOLD OUT

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