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20th Anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement with Senator George Mitchell

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LBJ School Of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin

2315 Red River Street

Room 3.122

Austin, TX 78712

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The Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, the Consulate General of Ireland in Austin and the British Consulate General in Houston are honored to welcome Senator George Mitchell to Austin to speak about his role in the Northern Ireland Peace Process on the 20th anniversary of the signature of the Good Friday Agreement in 1998. Senator Mitchell’s remarks will be followed by a Q&A session. The lecture is part of the LBJ School Dean's Distinguished Leaders Series.

Please note that entry to the event is free but due to limited capacity pre-registration is essential.

Senator George Mitchell has had a long and distinguished career. He served for several years as Chairman of DLA Piper, now Chairman Emeritus. Before that he served as a federal judge; as Majority Leader of the United States Senate; as Chairman of peace negotiations in Northern Ireland which resulted in an agreement that ended an historic conflict; and most recently as U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East. In 2008 Time Magazine described him as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Senator Mitchell is the author of five books. His most recent books are a memoir entitled The Negotiator: Reflections on an American Life, published in May 2015 and A Path To Peace, published in November 2016.




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LBJ School Of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin

2315 Red River Street

Room 3.122

Austin, TX 78712

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