CPD Event Calendar
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Politics CPD Events in June 2018
How to Lose a Referendum
4th Jun 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
In their book; How To Lose A Referendum; which they will talk about at this event; Sky News senior political correspondent Jason Farrell and political blogger and economics and politics teacher Paul Goldsmith identify eighteen key reasons why the UK made its choice; from Britain’s absence at the birth of the European project to the inflammatory rhetoric of one Nigel Farage; and everything in between. The book is the product of extensive and refreshingly frank interviews with the key players from both campaigns coupled with a wide-ranging exploration of the historical context around Britain’s departure. Why was a project designed for common peace and prosperity ultimately so hard to defend?
The Middle East after ISIS: what is at stake?
18th Jun 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
ISIS has just been defeated militarily; but the fight for the Middle East is just beginning. At this event Gilles Kepel; author of The Rise of Jihad in the West; discusses the future of the region and how it will shape global politics in the decades ahead.
Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: strengthening legal responses in Somalia
19th Jun 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
At this event; which takes place on the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict; Deqa Yasin; Somalia’s Minister for Women and Human Rights Development; and Antonia Mulvey; Executive Director of LAW and LSE WPS Visiting Fellow; will discuss the challenges and opportunities of drafting the Somali Sexual Offences Bill and advocating for its passage.
The Thatcher and Major Governments in Retrospect: reflections on 18 years in power
21st Jun 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
This event; in memory of Maurice Fraser; will see former Chancellor of the Exchequer Kenneth Clarke in conversation with LSE’s Tony Travers and Kevin Featherstone.