Paul Flather

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Dr Paul Flather is Secretary–General of the Europaeum, an association of leading European Universities, and Fellow of Mansfield College, Oxford. He was the founding Secretary-General of the Central European University (1990-1994) originally set up in Budapest, Prague, and Warsaw by George Soros, and director of international and external affairs for Oxford University (1994-1999). Formerly, he worked at the BBC, Times Newspapers, and served as Deputy Editor of the New Statesman. His research work is on Indian political development since Independence. He has worked with dissident movements in Central Europe in the 1980s, and with race equality groups in the UK. He was an elected member of the London Council in the 1980s (chairing its committee on post-school education 1986-1990). He currently chairs the Noon Scholarship Committee, and is on the board of the Roundtable.

He worked with dissident movements in the 1980s, and with race equality groups in the UK, and was an elected member of the former London Council in the 1980s (chairing its committee on post-school education 1986-1990). He was founding Secretary-General of the Central European University (1990-1994) set up in Budapest, Prague and Warsaw, by George Soros, and their Director of international and external affairs for Oxford University (1994-1999). His BA and DPhil (Phd) are both from Balliol College, Oxford. He is trustee of several charity boards.
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Indian political development since Independence