*Ends 31 May 2019* This exhibition explores feminist activism through posters from Women’s Liberation Workshops in the borough and how the arts and especially theatre contributed to the local feminist scene.
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Talks, Debates & Lectures taking place at Conway Hall
Fans of Steven Pinker and Yuval Noah Harari ought not to miss this eloquent blueprint for building a brighter future from Britain’s most farsighted and philosophical engineer, Lord Browne.
From secret military islands to tunnels deep beneath London, writer and activist Guy Shrubsole unearths truths concealed since the Domesday Book about who is really in charge of this country – at a time when Brexit is meant to be returning sovereignty to the people.
This event will feature myriad speakers discussing mental health in relation to carers, children and young adults. There’ll be time for questions and a panel discussion in the afternoon. All attending will also receive a mental health handbook filled with exclusive articles, interviews and resources.
The conference will examine personal experiences of what roles religion plays in gaining and maintaining wellness / well-being of believers and those with faiths. The session will also look into what roles religion played in wellness / well-being of those who have left organised religions and those who no longer have faith.
This year’s lectures on the ‘Bhagavad Gita’ by Sunandaji are about learning to live values in life such as peace, duty, love and knowledge through a systematic and rational exposition of the knowledge of life and living.
The scientific study of magic reveals intriguing—and often unsettling—insights into the mysteries of the human mind. In this talk Dr Gustav Kuhn examines the psychological processes that underpin our experience of magic.
The Courage to be Myself – Overcoming Inferiority Feelings through Social Interest | Tuesday 11th June
Azhar Juri applies Adlerian perspectives to his experience of growing up, supporting his single mother raising 6 sons, and tells the story of how he found the courage to discover and practise his lifestyle goals, overcome his inferiority complex and find his individual significance and mastery of his own life.
This panel will include members of London Incarcerated Workers Organising Committee, Community Action on Prison Expansion and Bent Bars, who will discuss prison abolition from a trans and queer perspective, followed by a strategy workshop.
Labour Heritage will hold its AGM business meeting from 2.10-2.40pm followed at 2.40pm by two speakers and discussion: Steve Schiffereson ‘The Rise and Fall of the Labour Correspondent’ and Michael Tichelar on ‘Why is London Labour?’ Non-members welcome.
How does one live well in a city almost designed to make you feel isolated, tired, anxious and poor? Artists/activists/teachers/amateur thinkers Sam Siva and Sam Berkson lead a discussion on how to live radical lives in a neo-liberal city.