Prof. Mireille Radoi, President of the Carol I University Foundation and Adelina Brad, its Executive Director, participated in London on 13-16 June 2015, at the invitation of The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, at the events that marked the anniversary of 800 years of Magna Carta.
The program included, among other things, attending a BBC debate held in the Temple Church in London on the importance and legacy of the Magna Carta. “The principles set out in Magna Carta prove their validity and universality even eight centuries later, they are the basis of all constitutions in the world and of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, stressed the President of the Foundation, Mireille Radoi.
The program also included attending the official ceremony celebrating the signing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede. The event was attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and other members of the Royal Family together with the British Prime Minister, David Cameron.
At the end of the visit, President Mireille Radoi awarded honorary plaques to the Treasurer and Sub-Treasurer of The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, The Rt Hon Lord Justice Moore-Bick and Patrick Maddams Hon FRIBA, as a sign of close collaboration between the two organizations in the benefit of education. “I am honoured to have a partner such as The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, this indicating the international recognition and appreciation enjoyed by the Foundation”.