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Politics CPD Events in March 2020

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Shaping the World

    LSE experts explore the current political; economic and social landscape using examples from around the world.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Shaping London

    What impact will trade-offs made by Local Authorities for more housing and services have on the shape of London?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Power; Philanthropy and Inequality

    Join our panel of experts to discuss giving; power; inequality and the climate crisis.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Shaping America's Future

    Who will win the US 2020 presidential election?The outcome could shape America’s- and the world’s- future for years to come.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Can Behavioural Insights Shape Policy-making All Over the World

    Insights from psychology and behavioural economics are shaping policy-making all over the world; and the LSE is helping to make this happening.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Fog in Channel:continent cut off

    Has the British elite’s role changed over a century?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Propaganda and Democratic Resistance

    Propaganda seems like a very 20th century issue. But it is back on the agenda due to the scandals provoked by social media’s manipulation of voters in the Brexit referendum and the Trump election.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Carbon Conscious ConsThe Carbon Conscious Consumer: going beyond nudges with nudge plusumer: going beyond nudges with nudge plus

    Recent advancements made by the UK’s Committee on Climate Change (UKCCC) towards achieving the Paris Agreement goals by announcing their net zero emissions target shows the UK’s commitment to tackling one of the most important challenges of the 21st century: the climate change dilemma. Can we sustain this behaviour change through old-school nudges only? Or is there a need for greater reflection on the part of individuals?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Fragile Conviction: the shaping of the post-Soviet world

    How do specific secular and religious ideologies – such as nationalism; neoliberalism; evangelical Christianity; Tablighi Islam – gain popularity and when do they lose traction?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Climate Change (And Other Stories)

    Leading poets and researchers explore climate change fact and feeling with improvised music from the Tongue Fu Band – London’s leading spoken word and music show. Hosted by poet/musician Chris Redmond and LSE Climate Policy Fellow; Michal Nachmany.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Tribes: how our need to belong can make or break society

    In 2007; inspired by the bicentenary of the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act and looking to explore his own African roots; David Lammy took a DNA test. Part memoir; part call-to-arms Tribes explores how David Lammy felt reading his DNA results; and how they led him to rethink what it meant to need to belong to a tribe; and the results of being part of one.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Planet; Population and Rights

    The headlines remind us daily that we are hurtling towards a planetary emergency. The dire warnings of catastrophic and irreversible environmental disaster suggest the shape of our world will change fundamentally.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Suffragettes; saints and sinners

    At this evening of poetry & music; Anna Kisby will read her poems about female activists who shaped the world – Emily Wilding Davison; Christabel Pankhurst; aid worker Vera ‘Jack’ Holme and early women nurses – written in response to the Women’s Library’s archives.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A World Without Work

    How can we all thrive in a world with less work? Technological progress could bring about unprecedented prosperity; solving one of mankind’s oldest problems: making sure that everyone has enough to live on.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Youthquake

    Youth organisers share their experiences on how to start a campaign whilst testing the audience’s ideas in an interactive workshop that brings together key elements of direct action; political engagement and campaigning.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Imagining our Futures

    If you could do one thing to change the world; what would that be? What do LSE academics think we should start; stop and continue doing? Join us as we explore how people can shape the world with their actions.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Hostile Environment: debunking myths about immigration

    Maya Goodfellow will examine the UK’s hostility toward certain groups of immigrants and unpick anti-immigration narratives to argue for a positive understanding of immigration.

  • Oscar Krane

    Excellence In Local Government

    Doing more with less sounds like an advert for one of the high street supermarkets; but it’s what every council across the United Kingdom is having to do. With less money being distributed by central government; councils are having to find innovative ways to save money; increase efficiency and generate income. Many councils are well on their way to achieving either or both of these things whether it be combining and sharing resources with another council; renting out office space to SME’s or everything in between. Change is here and changes will continue to happen! During this meeting; all attendees will be able to share their own experiences and the challenges they are currently facing. In addition; you will then have the opportunity to look at different ways of addressing these problems and an overall look at where we were; where we are and what needs to be done to get to where we need to be.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Social Reproduction and 'Well Being': self and other care

    How does the reproduction of the social; depending on many types of care; affect how we participate in economic relations and social life more generally?

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Mary Midgley and Why She Matters

    Mary Midgley’s writing ranges across animal ethics; religion; science; and the natural world. In all of these areas; she appealed to a philosophy that is humble and attentive; and connected philosophical thought to lived experience. Join us to celebrate Midgley’s life; work; and legacy; and ask what can she teach us about how to live.

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March 2020
  • Shaping the World 02-03-20 View Details
  • Shaping London 03-03-20 View Details
  • Power; Philanthropy and Inequality 03-03-20 View Details
  • Shaping America's Future 04-03-20 View Details
  • Can Behavioural Insights Shape Policy-making All Over the World 04-03-20 View Details
  • Fog in Channel:continent cut off 04-03-20 View Details
  • Propaganda and Democratic Resistance 04-03-20 View Details
  • The Carbon Conscious ConsThe Carbon Conscious Consumer: going beyond nudges with nudge plusumer: going beyond nudges with nudge plus 04-03-20 View Details
  • Fragile Conviction: the shaping of the post-Soviet world 05-03-20 View Details
  • Climate Change (And Other Stories) 05-03-20 View Details
  • Tribes: how our need to belong can make or break society 05-03-20 View Details
  • Planet; Population and Rights 06-03-20 View Details
  • Suffragettes; saints and sinners 06-03-20 View Details
  • A World Without Work 07-03-20 View Details
  • Youthquake 07-03-20 View Details
  • Imagining our Futures 07-03-20 View Details
  • The Hostile Environment: debunking myths about immigration 11-03-20 View Details
  • Excellence In Local Government 18-03-20 View Details
  • Social Reproduction and 'Well Being': self and other care 18-03-20 View Details
  • Mary Midgley and Why She Matters 24-03-20 View Details
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