2003 Cafes

Prof. Allyson Pollock, 21 June 2003
The NHS reform: Public Health or private profit?

The NHS reform: Public Health or private profit?

Prof. Pollock is head of the Public Health Policy Unit at UCL and director of Research and Development at UCL ...
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Charles Tripp and many others, 14 June 2003
After the War

After the War

The second in a collaboration between the ICA and Le Monde diplomatique on the war on Iraq... leading experts discuss ...
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Dr Brighton Chireka, 7 June 2003
Zimbabwe, the present and future

Zimbabwe, the present and future

This café aims to give a general overview of the economical and social issues Zimbabwe is going through and the ...
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Dr Vineeta Gupta, 24 May 2003
Breaking the Bank's Bond

Breaking the Bank’s Bond

Dr Vineeta Gupta (Insaaf Int.) and World Bank Boycott co-ordinators Dr. Vineeta Gupta is General Secretary of Insaaf International, a ...
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Cynthia Hayes and Bill Hamilton, 10 May 2003
London Transport: Public Service or private business?

London Transport: Public Service or private business?

(in collaboration with London Social Forum-Transport) Cynthia Hayes is Coordinator of Capital Transport Campaign, Bill Hamilton is Head of Public ...
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Zoe Young, 26 April 2003
Exploiting conservation and conserving exploitation in a reformed Bank

Exploiting conservation and conserving exploitation in a reformed Bank

Zoe Young is a London-based researcher, writer and film-maker with Conscious Cinema and author of 'A New Green Order? The ...
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Bruce Kent, 5 April 2003
Global Nuclear Disarmament: Utopia or necessity?

Global Nuclear Disarmament: Utopia or necessity?

It is clear today that to guarantee genuine security for future generations we have to move towards the global abolition ...
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Ahmed Rajab, 22 March 2003
Reporting Africa

Reporting Africa

Ahmed Rajab is Director and Editor of Africa Analysis, an authoritative fortnightly bulletin on economic, financial and political trends in ...
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Roya Ebrahimi and Julie Cornes, 8 March 2003
International Women's Day: Women asylum seekers in Britain

International Women’s Day: Women asylum seekers in Britain

The talk will focus on the impact of the new Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002 on employment, training and ...
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Richard Gott, 22 February 2003
Venezuela in the New World order

Venezuela in the New World order

Richard Gott is a writer and historian, formerly Latin American correspondent for the Guardian. He has written several books on ...
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Prof. Robert Wade, 10 February 2003
Empires in the 21st Century

Empires in the 21st Century

Prof. Robert Wade Professor of Political Economy & Development, LSE Serge Halimi, Editorial Board Member of Le Monde diplomatique Philip ...
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John Stewart, 8 February 2003
Do we really need more airports?

Do we really need more airports?

John Stewart is chairman of the UK noise association. He will be questioning the need for more airports explaining that ...
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Dr Fatma Aamer, 25 January 2003
Islam in Britain

Islam in Britain

Dr Fatma Aamer is Head of Education and Interfaith Relations at Regents Park Mosque and also lectures at Markfield Institute ...
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Robin Blackburn and Tom Collinge, 11 January 2003
Banking on Death: The History & Future of Pensions

Banking on Death: The History & Future of Pensions

Robin Blackburn, author of the excellent “Banking on Death: The History & Future of Pensions” Robin has studied and taught ...
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