CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
Politics CPD Events in November 2018
Uncertain Futures: imaginaries; narratives; and calculation in the economy
1st Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Our panel discusses the new book Uncertain Futures; exploring how economic actors visualise the future and decide how to act in conditions of radical uncertainty.
LSE IQ Live: can we afford our consumer society?
6th Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Join us for a live recording of award-winning monthly podcast LSE IQ; in which social scientists answer intelligent questions about economics; politics or society. This special event will showcase LSE research on current global challenges and how we can tackle them as part of a series of activities leading up to LSE’s annual Festival in February 2019.
A Feminist Foreign Policy
20th Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
With the rising tide of nationalism and the negative likely impacts of Brexit on women; Sophie will talk about the need for feminist foreign policies.
How Lives Change: Palanpur; India; and development economics
22nd Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
The event marks the launch of a book that gives insights into the fundamental question of development economics; “How lives change”.
Trump; America; and the World: two years on
27th Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Two years ago Donald Trump’s election shocked the world. At this event; foreign policy experts ask how much the Trump Presidency has changed America’s global role.
The Evolving Role of the Military during non-discretionary National Crises
28th Nov 2018 18:00 | Royal United Services Institute
As the current Commander of Joint Force Operations, Brigadier Ridge will outline the changing context for UK military crisis response recognising challenges including the potential violent extremist threat, the complexity of the information environment and theatre entry.
How Far Has Brexit Reached? Taking Stock of Progress and Risks
28th Nov 2018 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Our expert panel will reflect on the progress of the Brexit negotiations and their prospects; and the implications for the UK’s future relationship with the EU.