"Prince Charles exemplifies dedication to social mobility" Professor Chris Imafidon

As senior royals and leaders mark the 50th anniversary of the investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales, world renowned Prof Chris Imafidon states why he came back to Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Prince's commitment to inner-city youths.
Prince of Wales 50th anniversary at Buckingham palace
Prince of Wales 50th anniversary at Buckingham palace
WESTMINSTER, U.K. - March 7, 2019 - PRLog -- Queen Elizabeth II,  of the UK and head of commonwealth hosted royalty and leaders at Buckingham palace to mark the 50th anniversary of the investiture of her eldest son, Prince Charles as Prince of Wales. World renowned adviser to governments, monarchs, presidents and corporate leaders -  Professor Chris Imafidon who was at the palace,  states  why he came to "celebrate the Prince's tireless commitment to assisting inner-city youths, dedication to social mobility and environmental issues. According to Prof  Imafidon, chair and founder of the ExcellenceinEducation.org.uk which works with inner-city children and disadvantaged communities, "Prince's trust, a great charity founded  by Prince Charles exemplifies dedication to inner-city youths and young people from disadvantaged background must be commended by all" In his royal biography, Prof Imafidon described the prince as a conviction royal who has whose charity has impacted over 86,845 youths in entrepreneurship and 107,940 with education and training"

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Rev Justin Welby echoed the sentiments of Professor Chris Imafidon on the dedication of the Prince Charles. It will be recalled that the prince became Prince of Wales on 26th July 1958 when he was 9-years old but was formally invested on 1st July 1969

Other dignitaries who attended the event on Tuesday included: Prince William and his wife; Prince Harry; Princess Anne; Prime Minister May; Welsh first Minister Mark Drakeford etc



The Imafidons (http://www.imafidons.com/) gives free information and resources to encourage learning, teaching and research into science, mathematics, the arts and music. They partner with charities and other related organisations to promote new learning techniques. Professor Chris Imafidon and the family are available for keynote speaking, teaching and media interviews during some months of the year.

The Excellence in Education programme (http://www.excellenceineducation.org.uk/) runs FREE seminars, webinars and workshop sessions for inner-city parents, schools, and other institutions interested in the educational advancements of learners particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds.


https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/ - The Prince's Trust is a charity founded by Prince Charles to help vulnerable young people get their lives on track. It supports 11 to 30 year-old who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion.


Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon  MBE, founder & CEO of Stemettes.org, a multi- award winning organisation, which inspires girls into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths careers (STEM)  http://stemettes.org/.

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