CPD Event Calendar
Use our CPD event calendar to find upcoming industry events to attend to help support your CPD requirements
International CPD Events in February 2019
Making a difference in Greece
6th Feb 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
What are the key policies that will bring change in Greece? Kostis Hatzidakis addresses some critical factors that can lift the country’s growth and boost development.
Brexit: with a little help from our friends
7th Feb 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
The panel considers the implications of Brexit on other countries; as well as how our friends overseas are fundamental to securing a smooth transition.
A Short History of Europe
12th Feb 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Simon Jenkins discusses his latest book; A Short History of Europe and the lessons to be learned from European history.
Refugia: solving the problem of mass displacement
14th Feb 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Using fresh interpretations of utopian and archipelagic thinking; Robin Cohen will examine the limits and possibilities of creating an imaginative answer to mass displacement.
A New International Order? Peacemaking after the First World War
25th Feb 2019 13:00 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
A century after the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919; this session will reappraise the peace settlement that followed the First World War.
Beyond Journeys: a dialogue with migrants and refugees
27th Feb 2019 18:00 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Today’s growing sense of ‘disorder’ is shaped by the current refugee and migrant crisis. Conceived as an open dialogue between the audience and migrants and refugees; this panel provides the audience with an opportunity to explore the real-life consequences of current geopolitical tensions.
New Reconcilliations: the two Koreas
27th Feb 2019 19:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Since early 2018; the two Koreas on the Korean Peninsula; known to be the last remaining divided countries since the end of the Second World War; have begun the road to reconciliation. A series of summit visits have taken place and are expected to continue; together with various events and projects that are expected to increase the level of interaction in terms of economy; politics; culture and infrastructure. What does this thawing relationship mean for the future of the Koreas and of the world?
Developing Urban Futures
28th Feb 2019 18:00 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Following on from the Developing Urban Futures Urban Age Conference orgainised by LSE Cities in Addis Ababa in November 2018; this event will explore urban dynamics in rapidly changing Sub-Saharan African cities; and discuss how current models of planning and governance succeed or fail; addressing specific urban conditions on the ground.
The New World Gives the Orders
28th Feb 2019 19:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Politics and philosophy; discussion and performance: Orwell as prophet; Pinter as protester; and ‘Convenience’ as the new order of our virtual world. LSE Language Centre; in collaboration with the LSE Student Union Drama Society; presents an evening of dramas and discussion.