Judd, Lord Frank (Ashcroft)
JUDD, Lord Frank (Ashcroft)
JUDD, Lord Frank (Ashcroft). (Lord Judd of Porrsea). British, b. 1935. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Created Life Peer, 1991. Intl Voluntary Service, secretary general, 1960-66; Portsmouth West, Member of Parliament, 1966-74; Parliamentary Committee Member, Secretary, Chairman, 1966-76; Portsmouth North, Member of Parliament, 1974-79; Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Defence for the Royal Navy, 1974-76; Minister of State for Overseas Development, 1976-77; Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1977-79; Intl Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, associate director, 1979-80; Voluntary Service Overseas, director, 1980-85; Centre for World Development Education, chairman, 1980-85; Oxfam, director, 1985-91; Intl Council of Voluntary Agencies, chairman, 1985-90; London School of Economics, member of court of governors, 1986-; World Economic Forum Conference on South Africa, chairman, 1990, 1991; Oxford Diocesan Board for Social Responsibility, chairman, 1992-94; Natl Tenants Resource Centre, director, 1992-95; Westminster College, Oxford, governor, 1992-98; Intl Commission on Global Governance, 1992-2001; Selly Oak Colleges, chair, 1996-98; Lancaster University, member of council, 1996-2002. Publications: COAUTHOR: Radical Future, 1967; Fabian International Essays, 1970; Purpose in Socialism, 1973; Imagining Tomorrow, 2000. Author of papers and articles. Address: House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW, England.