4th September 2006
FORMER UN WORKER GRADUATES IN
policeman who has worked for the United Nations in Kosovo and
54 from Nettleham, is graduating from the
worked as an officer with the Lincolnshire Police Force during which time he
went on UN missions to
After spending 30 years in the force David retired on his 49th birthday. He then went to work for the Foreign Office in Kosovo during which time he decided to enrol at the university.
to David he was inspired by his son who also studied International Relations:
“Our eldest son studied International Relations at
“I have three children aged 30, 26 and 18 and I realised at the time there would be a three year gap between our children going to university so I decided I would fill it.
“Going back to university was very challenging as I had to get used to using my brain again. I’m more practical than academic and hadn’t written an essay for so many years.
highlight of the course was a trip to
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