Lord Laidlaw nominated as a Knight of the Order of Saint-Charles

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Lord Laidlaw receives the honour from Albert II, Prince of Monaco
Lord Laidlaw receives the medal from Albert II, Prince of Monaco

Lord Laidlaw of Rothiemay, Chairman of the Laidlaw Foundation, has been nominated as a Knight of the Order of Saint-Charles (Chevalier de l’Ordre de Saint-Charles). The Order of Saint-Charles is a dynastic order of knighthood in Monaco, awarded by the Prince of Monaco, Albert II, for merits and services to the State or the Prince. Lord Laidlaw received the medal on 17 November this year in the Cour d'Honneur at the Prince's Palace.

Read more about the day’s proceedings here.

Kayla Kim

Marketing Manager, Laidlaw Foundation

Hello! I was Laidlaw scholar in 2019, and I studied national, regional, and local identity in northern Tajikistan through the lens of women's fashion. 

For a year after graduating, I worked for the UN Mine Action Service which removes landmines from conflict and post-conflict regions. Now I have returned to the Laidlaw Foundation!

Please feel free to get in touch. I'm always happy to meet new people and chat, especially about nationalism/politics of gender/Central Asia/demining/UN/writing or even ballroom dance :)