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Public CPD Events in February 2020

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Can We Be Happier?

    In this event about his new book; Richard Layard explores how teachers; managers; health professionals; couples; community leaders; economists; scientists; politicians; and we as individuals can create a happier world.

  • Future of Housing 2020

    As the UK’s housing crisis intensifies; we provide a platform for senior officials from housing associations; local & central Government; charities and the wider housing industry to share best practice in the supply of high-quality; affordable homes. From prop-tech & smart buildings to new funding initiatives & eco-homes; the Future of Housing 2020 conference condenses the industry’s top concerns into one interactive day. This event is designed to unite the leaders of the industry; to inspire new initiatives; drive the use of technologies and provide a platform for questioning policy experts. The one-day agenda will cover funding opportunities and policy updates; as well as innovation in the areas of supply; tenant welfare and sustainability.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Ideals Made Concrete

    A special edition of BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking explores how visions of a better future are realised through architecture and design.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    The Shape of the Beast

    Arundhati Roy will read selected extracts from her literary and political work and engage in discussion with Amartya Sen.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Real Society Literature Event

    Real Society Literature Event

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Standing For Reason

    John Sexton argues that a secular dogmatism has come to dominate political discourse; and the enterprise of thought is in danger.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Supply Chain Economics and the Next Phase of the Anti-Modern Slavery Movement

    John Studzinski will speak on the next phase of the anti-slavery movement. He will set out what must be done to keep the eyes of the world on this human rights crisis; and how the frontline and business communities can become more unified in the abolitionist effort.

August 2019
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September 2019
  • Social Integration and Inequality in London 10-09-19 View Details
  • Excellence In Local Government 25-09-19 View Details
September 2019
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October 2019
  • Messengers: who we listen to; who we don't; and why 01-10-19 View Details
  • Multiculturalism and Animal Ethics 01-10-19 View Details
  • Implementation of the Women; Peace and Security Agenda: national action plans and beyond 03-10-19 View Details
  • Protest and Power: Can Climate Activism Save the Planet? 09-10-19 View Details
  • Labour and Brexit 10-10-19 View Details
  • Managing Risk in a More Uncertain World 14-10-19 View Details
  • A Right to a Home? 15-10-19 View Details
  • The Ethical Human 24-10-19 View Details
  • Annual British Journal of Sociology Lecture 25-10-19 View Details
  • Building a World Fit for Future Generations 29-10-19 View Details
  • The Occult 30-10-19 View Details
October 2019
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November 2019
  • The Case for the Green New Deal 04-11-19 View Details
  • Public Policy in a Changing World 04-11-19 View Details
  • This Is Not Propaganda - Adventures in the War Against Reality 05-11-19 View Details
  • Tackling Britain's Social Mobility Problem 07-11-19 View Details
  • Women vs Capitalism: why we can't have it all in a free market economy 11-11-19 View Details
  • Sovereignty as Responsibility 11-11-19 View Details
  • Britain and the Welfare State in the 21st Century - a more or less 'irresponsible society'? 14-11-19 View Details
  • Digitech19 19-11-19 View Details
  • Will the UK be the ‘safest’ place in the world to go online? (And do we want it to be?) 19-11-19 View Details
  • Do Clothes Maketh the Human? 20-11-19 View Details
  • Universal Basic Income or Universal Basic Services? 26-11-19 View Details
  • How freedom of choice influences well-being 28-11-19 View Details
  • Can Social Policy Work in Dysfunctional Labour Markets? 28-11-19 View Details
November 2019
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December 2019
  • Voluntary Sector Compliance; Regulation and Standards: The Way Forward 04-12-19 View Details
December 2019
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January 2020
  • How Change Happens 14-01-20 View Details
  • What is the Case For a Green New Deal? 22-01-20 View Details
  • Pulling Away? A Social Analysis of Economic 'Elites' in the UK 22-01-20 View Details
  • The Future of British High Streets and Town Centres Conference 2020 23-01-20 View Details
  • The Future of Voluntary Sector Marketing; Communications and Fundraising 28-01-20 View Details
  • BSL For Events 30-01-20 View Details
January 2020
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February 2020
February 2020
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March 2020
  • Local Government Commercialisation 2020: Generating Income To Support More Effective Public Services 03-03-20 View Details
  • Radical Uncertainty: decision making for an unknowable future 10-03-20 View Details
  • Economica-Phillips Lecture 11-03-20 View Details
  • Knife Crime Conference: The need for change in prevention and support 17-03-20 View Details
March 2020
April 2020
May 2020
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June 2020
  • Cities: Governance; Planning and Design 15-06-20 View Details
June 2020
July 2020
August 2020
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September 2020
  • Managing Inclusive Development in Emerging Societies 07-09-20 View Details
September 2020
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January 2021
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