Prince Charles Praises Homerton College's Efforts To 'Promote Greater Inclusion & Diversity' — See Photos
Making the world a better place one day at a time. Prince Charles visited Homerton College this week and had nothing but fond things to say about the institution.
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The 73-year-old sported a gray suit with a light colored shirt for the occasion.
"I could not be more pleased to hear about the excellent work being carried out to promote greater inclusion and diversity," he said in a speech. "As Lord Woolley knows, this is a subject which has always been close to my heart, and which I have sought to take forward, and to support, as much as possible much of my life."
"For our society to meet successfully the huge challenges before us, we will need all our talents and all our contributions," he continued. "That is not simply a good intention — it is the most profound good sense."
Charles concluded: "I have said before that our diversity is our greatest strength, and I become ever more convinced of that truth as time goes by and as I see fresh examples of that principle — as I do so clearly here today."
The prince — who just returned from Egypt and Jordan — has had a busy week! He also explored other areas of Cambridge the same day.
"Thank you for everyone who came to say hello to HRH in Cambridge today! 👋The Prince started the day at Cambridge Market, before meeting student ambassadors of the Changemakers Programme at Homerton College.📚," a caption read.
"As the most populated college in Cambridge, @homertoncollege has a proud reputation for supporting diversity through their ‘Get In Cambridge’ and Changemakers initiatives," the message continued. "Addressing students, HRH said: 'For our society to meet successfully the huge challenges before us, we will need all our talents and all our contributions. That is not simply a good intention — it is the most profound good sense.'"