Past Events 2003
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19 June
FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
Debt-Based Finance - Publicly Created Money and Pensions as Constructive Alternatives.

Speaker:
Richard Murphy
Venue: Room G, House of Lords, London
6pm
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16 June
Book Launch
We Can Change the World by Ervin Laszlo.

Venue: St. James's Church, 197 Piccadilly, London W1
7.00 pm - 8.30 pm
Further Details: Jane Taylor, Positive News
tel: 0207 604 4321
email: jane.positivenews@btinternet.com


12 June
The New Economics Foundation presents:
ALTERNATIVE MANSION HOUSE SPEECH
Beating The System
Local Solutions To The Globalisation Crisis

by Stan Thekaekara

Venue: London's Living Room, City Hall
The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 2AA 10.30 am
Booking is required at the following
Email: petra.kjell@neweconomics.org or
Tel: 020 7089 2862


10 June
Book Launch
Gaian Democracies: Redefining Globalisation & People Power by Roy Madron & John Jopling.

Venue: Room G108, 20 Kingsway Building, London School of Economics
1.00pm - 4.00pm
For information and booking contact John Turnbull:
tel: 020 7239 1392
email: jt@wwdemocracy.org


9 June
The Oxford Economics Forum
The International Simultaneous Policy

Speaker:
John Bunzl
The Oxford Union (The MacMillan Room), St. Michael Street
7.30 to 9.00pm
Tickets: 3.50
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1 - 7 June
LONDON SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

Over 75 events.
London Sustainability Week celebrates the action of local people working to make sustainable development a reality in their community.
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7 May
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY:
MONETARY REFORM, ECONOMIC JUSTICE, AND POLITICAL DEMOCRACY

Speakers:
James Robertson, author of 'Transforming Economic Life: A Millennial Challenge' and 'Creating New Money. A monetary reform for the information age'
Michael Linton, founder of 'Open Money'
Michael Rowbotham, author of 'The Grip of Death' and 'Goodbye America'.
Prof. Mary Mellor, author of 'The Politics of Money'
Chair: Dr. Wendy Olsen


Venue: London School of Economics, the New Theatre (East Building), Houghton Street
Time: 6:30pm
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7 May
FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE WORLD BANK AND THE OPEN-MARKET ECONOMICS IT ADVOCATES.

Speaker:
Economist Demba Moussa Dembele, Director of the Forum for African Alternatives, Senegal
Venue: Room G, House of Lords, London
6pm
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30 April
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY:
HEALTH AND SUSTAINABILITY. A Question of Economic, Environmental and Social Justice

Speakers:
Robin Stott, Chairman, UK Medical Peace and Environment Group (Medact)
Moyra Bremner, Associate Editor of Caduceus; author, journalist, broadcaster and poet.
Sandra Hill, practitioner of Chinese medicine and writer.
Helena Norbert-Hodge, Director, International Society for Ecology and Culture
Chair: Teresa Hale, Founder of The Hale Clinic and writer

Venue: London School of Economics, the New Theatre (East Building), Houghton Street
Time: 6:30pm
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16 April
An AMED Forum
"GLOBALISATION AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS IN SOCIETY"

Speaker:
Barry Coates, Director of the World Development Movement
Venue: London School of Economics, Houghton Street
Time: 4-30 to 7-00pm
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9-10 April
Oxford Research Group and Peace Direct
"Containing War, Containing Hatred: from the personal to the political"

Speakers:
Dr Scilla Elworthy (Director of Oxford Research Group)
Larry Hollingworth
(Former Chief of Operations for UNHCR in Bosnia and UNRWA coordinator in Jenin 2002)
David Edgar (Playwright)
Julia Pascal (Author of Crossing Jerusalem),
Jack Gold (Director)
Liz Kingsnorth (Centre for Nonviolent Communication)
Anat Reisman-Levy (Israeli mediator and trainer),
Amjad Jaouni
(Palestinian mediator),
Lucy Nusseibeh
(Director of Middle East Nonviolence and Democracy)
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (Author and Independent columnist)
Dr Tony Klug (International relations specialist),
Karma Nabulsi (Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford. PLO representative 1978-1990, adviser at peace talks 1991-1993)
Paul Hilder (European Editor at openDemocracy, and co-editor of Peace Fire: Fragments from the Israel-Palestine Story)
Bianca Jagger (Human rights campaigner)

Venue: Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6
Time: evening Wednesday April 9th & all day Thursday April 10th 2003
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19 March
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY:
THE FUTURE OF GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

Speakers:
Prof. Heikki Patomäki (Network Institute of Global Democratization)
Jakob von Uexkull (World Future Council Initiative)
John Jopling (World Wide Democracy Network)
Derek Osborn (Uned-UK)
Chair: Ann Pettifor (Jubilee Research)

Venue: London School of Economics, the New Theatre (East Building), Houghton Street
Time: 6:30pm
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3 March
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY:
REBUILDING LOCAL ECONOMIES - From Theory to Practice

Speakers:
Patrick Holden (Director, Soil Association)
Pat Conaty (New Economics Foundation)
Naomi Kingsley (Chief Executive, London Rebuilding Society)
Chris Dunham (Sustainable Energy Action)
Chair: Herbie Girardet (Chairman, Schumacher Society)
Venue: London School of Economics, Houghton Street
Time:
6.30pm
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10 February
CREATING A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY:
Empires of the 21st Century

Speakers:
Prof. Robert Wade (Professor of Political Economy & Development, LSE)
Serge Halimi (Editorial Board Member of Le Monde Diplomatique)
Philip S. Golub (Contributing Editor of Le Monde diplomatique and Associate Professor of International Relations at the University of Paris 8)
Chair: Prof. Mary Kaldor (Programme Director, The Centre for the Study of Global Governance, LSE)
Venue:
Old Theatre, London School of Economics, Houghton Street
6.30pm
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30 January
"You are, Therefore I am. A declaration of Dependence"
by Satish Kumar

Venue: Salon des Arts, 191 Queen's Gate, London
7pm
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21 January
FORUM FOR STABLE CURRENCIES
"Debt on our Doorstep" - personal and corporate debts as the
'obvious' version of the 'hidden' national debts.

Speaker:
Niall Cooper, Director of "Church Action on Poverty"
Venue: Room G, House of Lords, London
6pm
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