Events 2002
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20 November: Global Dimensions Public Lecture:
"The Basque Country in a Globalising World"
by:
Juan Jose Ibarretxe, President (Lehendakari) of the Basque Country
Venue: Old Theatre, LSE Main Building, Houghton Street, London
5pm
Information and contacts


18 November:
"BUILDING THE SOLAR ECONOMY"
12 noon: Dr. Hermann Sheer
London School of Economics
Room D602, Clement's House, Aldwych
Hosted by Matti Kohonen – ATTAC
Entrance free
5pm:
House of Commons, Committee Room 8
Hosted by PRASEG
Entrance free



2 November: Bristol Schumacher Lectures 2002:
"Can We Create a Local World?"
Speakers:
Pooran Desai, Zax Goldsmith, Caroline Lucas MEP
Venue: Victoria Rooms, Clifton, Bristol
10am-5pm
Booking
Schumacher UK


2 November: CHARTER 88
"The Future of Democracy "
Speakers: Will Hutton, Bonnie Greer, Billy Bragg, Lindiwe Mabuza, Barry Coates
Venue: Imperial College, Princes Gardens, Watts Way, London SW7 1JU
9am-5.30pm
Information and booking: Tel. 020 8880 6078 email conferences@charter88.org.uk
www.charter88.org.uk


30 October: GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM - 2002
A series of debates to discess the future of the planet
"Not in my backyard; linking refugees and devolopment"
Speakers:
Mr Claude Moraes Labour MEP: Baroness (Shirley) Williams of Crosby, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Party in the House of Lords: Mr Peter Bottomley, Conservative MP for Worthing West: Mr Anthony Browne, The Times
Chair: Lord (Alf) Dubbs of Battersea, former Director General of the Refugee Council
Venue: St James Church, Piccadilly, London
7pm - Entry charge: £5 (£3 concs)
Information and Booking


29 October: FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES - Open Meeting
"Using Public Credit - EDM 1515 as a tool towards economic demoracy?"
Speakers: Austin Mitchell MP and Niall Cooper
Venue: Room G, Royal Court, House of Lords.
6pm


24 October: The LSE Environmental Initiatives Network
"The World after Johannesburg: perspectives on the Earth Summit 2002"
Venue: New Theatre, East Building, LSE
Speakers:
Cormac Cullinan (CEO, EnAct International)
Rosie Gardiner (UNED UK)
Professor Herbert Girardet (Chair, The Schumacher Society)
Liz Hosken (The Gaia Foundation)
6.30pm


23 October: GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM - 2002
A series of debates to discess the future of the planet
"CAN GLOBALISATION WORK FOR THE POOR?"
Mr George Soros, financier and philanthropist ; Dr Caroline Lucas, Green MEP for London
Chair: Ms Oona King, Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow
Venue: St James Church, Piccadilly, London
7pm - Entry charge: £5 (£3 concs)
Information and Booking


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