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Piano Auctions Limited presents:
London Humanist Choir presents:
GlobalNet21 & Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:
This meeting will discuss how we might do politics better so as to engage some of the big issues of our time and make a difference. This meeting will be held jointly by GlobalNet21 and the Conway Hall Ethical Society.
Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:
Author and journalist, Will Storr, takes us on a journey of self-obsession; from the shores of Ancient Greece, through the Christian Middle Ages, to the self-esteem evangelists of 1980s California, the rise of narcissism and the selfie generation, and right up to the era of hyper-individualistic neoliberalism in which we live now.
London Fortean Society presents:
Professor Joesph Uscinski will show that conspiracy theories follow a strategic logic: they are tools used by the powerless to attack and defend against the powerful. Conspiracy theories must conform to this logic, or they will not be successful. In this way, conspiracy theories are for losers.
New Statesman presents:
Join the New Statesman and Laurie Penny to discuss the launch of her new book, Bitch Doctrine.
Charlie Kiss presents:
A discussion about the book ‘A New Man’ on: punk, lesbian feminism, Greenham Common, prison, mania, being sectioned and on being a trans-man. You can also put your questions to the author Charlie Kiss.
Tadhamun Solidarity Iraq presents:
Tadhamun (Iraqi Women Solidarity) invites experts and health practitioners to discuss the impact of the continuing cycle of war and occupation upon the Iraqi population.
Open House London presents:
Migrants’ Rights Network & Conway Hall presents:
Want to know what the present political and legal position is for EU nationals who want to live and work in the UK after Brexit? There will be short workshops and free legal advice.
The Martin Ryle Trust and Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:
Renowned peace expert Dr Scilla Elworthy will draw on research for her latest book to offer insights into the forces driving conflict and how these can be countered. She will present a costed business case for peace and suggestions for how everyone can help work towards it.
Transport for London presents:
Midnight Media presents:
This one-day event brings you everything for the film and television memorabilia collector with quality stands fully loaded with merchandise, and you can meet special guests; David Warner, Damien Thomas, Laurence R. Harvey and Vera Day.
The Tavistock Institute presents:
Through four different and thought provoking events the speakers and those attending the symposium will take part in a deep reflection on the meaning of the Institute’s work and history. Situated at its heart is the work to catalogue the Institute’s archive, what it means for this unique document of social history to be made publicly available for society at large and those of us working as Tavistock practitioners today.
Covert Messiah presents:
This event took place on 19th October 2013. It will not take place at Conway Hall in 2017.