Events 2001
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21 November: FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
Open Meeting, House of Lords.
"Public Government Spending and Interest-Free Banking - Practical Solutions to Monetary Problems" Speaker: Richard Douthwaite.
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6pm


14 November:PUBLIC MEETING: "Food Justice: An end to food poverty"
Professor Tim Lang and Alan Simpson MP among the speakers.
Emmanuel Centre, 9-23 Marsham Street, Westminster, London
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7-9.30 pm


7 November: "Regeneration and Sustainable Development in London: Governance, Community and Enterprise Perspectives"
Middlesex University, All Saints Centre, Tottenham Campus,
White Hart Lane, London, N17 8HR
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9.OOam to 5.OOpm (registration 9.00 to 9.30)


3 November: The World Development Movement presents:
"Free trade: trick or treat for the world's poor? A unique chance to define the agenda for change at the World Trade Organisation"
Westminster Central Hall, Storey's Gate, off Parliament Square, London
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6-8 pm


29 October: Victor Anderson (Greater London Authority member, Green Party); Matthew Taylor (Director, IPPR) Matthew Kalman (Politics of Meaning, UK) present:
"The Globalisation of Capital vs. the Globalisation of Spirit. A new strategy for radical social transformation"
First UK lecture by US Rabbi Michael Lerner
Venue: Friends House,
Euston Road, London NW1
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7pm (doors 6.45) Entry charge: donations


28 October: BRISTOL SCHUMACHER LECTURES
@ the Victoria Rooms.
'The ROOTS OF HEALTH' Human Health and Sustainable Development
Dr Vyvyan Howard - Navigating Between Worlds
Dr David Abram - Short Term Gain, Long Term Pain
Romy Fraser - Changing the Paradigm of Health
Click here for information and booking
from 10.00 am to 6.00pm


24 October: FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
Open Meeting, Moses Room, House of Lords.
Speaker: Margrit Kennedy, author of "Interest-Free Money".
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6pm


23 October: "Beyond Economics: paths towards sustainable development"
A public lecture by Dr Arthur Lyon Dahl
ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES NETWORK (LSE EIN) & THE SCHUMACHER SOCIETY UK
THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS.
Venue: The Old Theatre, LSE
Houghton Street, London WC2
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6.00pm Admission: FREE


16 - 21 September: Amory Lovins. Five-day residential programme. Schumacher College, Devon.
Information and booking:
www.schumachercollege.org
Email: enquiry@schumachercollege.org


13 September: "A return to scale. Can large be local?"
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New Economics Foundation.
Nash Room, ICA, The Mall, London, SW1.
Tickets and information: 020 7930 3647.
Thursday 13 September.
7pm


2 - 7 September: The Natural Step Perspective. Karl-Henrik Robert. Five-day residential programme. Schumacher College, Devon.
Information and booking:
www.schumachercollege.org
Email: enquiry@schumachercollege.org


2 August: An Invitation to the launch of "Taken for a Ride" by Don Reley more
THE PROGRESSIVE FORUM. An Initiative of The Henry George Foundation. 4 O'Meara Street, Southwark, London
5 mins - Southwark Tube Station
6.30pm


26 July: "How to be an Obstacle". What is the nature of the antiglobalisation movement?
Jim Carey, Adam Lent, Jai Redman, Tim Jordam.
ICA, The Mall, London.
Tickets and information: 020 7930 3647.
7pm


15 - 20 July: Business & Sustainability. Jonathon Porritt & David Orr. Five-day residential programme. Schumacher College, Devon.
Information and booking:
www.schumachercollege.org
Email: enquiry@schumachercollege.org


11 July: "Planning the next Parliamentary Year together". more
FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES, House of Lords, Committee Room 4.

7pm


10 July: "IN THE RED". Rich countries, poor countries... who owes who, and what should be done in an age of global warming?. more
ICA, The Mall, London.
Including speakers from: New Economics Foundation, Tata Energy Research Institute, Global Commons Institute, World Disasters Report (International Red Cross), Friends of the Earth International, Jubilee Plus (successor to the Jubilee 2000 debt campaign), International Institute for Environment and Development, and People and Planet. 4pm - 8pm


9 July: "LOCAL FOOD: THE GLOBAL SOLUTION". more
A public meeting at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London.
Speakers: Professor Tim Lang, Vandana Shiva, Caroline Lucas, Alan Simpson and Colin Hines.
7.00pm Admission: FREE


20 June: "Creating New Money: A Monetary Reform for the Information Age". more
FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
Open Meeting, House of Lords.
Speakers: Professor Joseph Huber and James Robertson.
6pm to 9pm
14th GOVERNANCE, BUSINESS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. more
The First London Schumacher Lectures at Banqueting House in Whitehall.
2.30pm to 7.30pm


9 - 10 June: Globalisation: The Good, the Bad and the Alternatives. more
World Development Movement (WDM)
The Manchester Conference Centre, UMIST, Manchester


9 June: Pathways to the Future. more
A London 21 Sustainability Network conference at Goldsmiths College, Lewisham, London.
9.30am to 4pm


22 May: Globalisation: Justice for the World's Poor? more
World Development Movement Hampstead & Highgate, London.
General Election 2001 Debate
7.30pm (doors open at 7.00pm)


19 May: Feasta/Barataria Network Conference. more
Feasta and Barataria Network. A one-day conference on interest-free banking.
The Central Hotel. 1-5 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.


18 May: Launch of the Feasta Review.
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Buswells Hotel, the Presidents Bar, Dublin,
3.45pm - 4.45pm


18 May: The Money Lecture
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Feasta, The Foundation for Economics of Sustainability.
Ed Burke Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin,
7.30pm


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