Lecture: Religious Freedom and U.S. Foreign Policy

Samuel D. Brownback, Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom

How does a commitment to religious freedom impact U.S. foreign policy? Join us for a lecture by Sam Brownback, Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom, on how this American value shapes relationships abroad. Before taking on his current role in February 2018, Ambassador Brownback previously served as a U.S. Senator (1996-2011), a U.S. Representative in the House of Representatives (1995-1996), and the Governor of Kansas (2011 to 2018). While a member of the Senate, he worked actively on the issue of religious freedom in multiple countries and was a key sponsor of the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998.

A collaboration with GW's Loeb Institute for Religious Freedom. Free, but reservations are required. Register online or call 202-994-7395.