Public Debate: Challenging Inequalities

International Inequalities Institute Annual Conference 2016 

Date: Wednesday 25 May 2016

Time:  6.30-8pm

Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers: Professor Craig Calhoun, Shami Chakrabarti, Duncan Green, Phumeza Mlungwana

 

This panel will debate different approaches to addressing key inequalities.

 

Professor Craig Calhoun (@craigjcalhoun) is Director and President of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Shami Chakrabarti is the Former Director of Liberty (The National Council for Civil Liberties), appointed in September 2003. She was born in London and studied Law at LSE. She is Chancellor of Essex University and a Master of the Bench of Middle Temple. She is the author of On Liberty, published in 2014. 

Duncan Green(@fp2p) is Senior Strategic Adviser at Oxfam GB and author of From Poverty to Power: How Active Citizens and Effective States can Change the World. He also authors the From Poverty to Power blog.

Phumeza Mlungwana (@Mlungwana_P) is General Secretary of the Social Justice Coalition, South Africa.

 

Ticket Information 

 

This event is free and open to all however a ticket is required, only one ticket per person can be requested.

 

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Source: London School of Economics and Political Science

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