We are delighted to announce our guest speaker for this year's Caritas Lecture will be leading anatomist and forensic anthropologist, Professor Sue Black, Baroness Black of Strome.
Sue Black was the lead forensic anthropologist for the UK response to war crimes investigations in Kosovo and throughout her fascinating career has served in Sierra Leone, Grenada, Iraq, and Thailand. She entered the House of Lords as a crossbencher peer as Baroness Black of Strome in 2021.
Sue will discuss the development of the discipline of forensic anthropology in the UK and how it is currently employed in both national and international deployments.
Our guest speaker will give a brief overview of her own journey and focus on providing advice for young people who are considering the world of forensic science as their future career.
The Caritas Lecture will be streamed live on our digital platform GWC Plus at 6.15pm on Tuesday 21 September
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