Rob Lancaster

Rob Lancaster grew up in Australia, but since leaving school has spent periods in Europe (mainly France and England), as well as some time more recently in India. He’s been working on and off with IofC for a couple of years now, in between the final stages of study. The main part of this involvement has been with the Interns Programme in Caux, but has also included Action for Life 4 and a few other fingers in other pies. A graduate from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations/French) (Hons) and a Bachelor of Laws (Hons), his main academic interest is in cosmopolitan theory, which looks at relationships between different groups of people, particularly across national borders. He’s especially interested in exploring potential for a new ethic in political and social leadership. Day to day, he has a sporting passion for cricket and Australian rules football, and an intellectual passion for debating, formally as well as with friends and family. His spare time consists largely of drinking coffee with friends, playing the piano, reading and watching BBC dramas.