Events: New Statesman's Guide to Events in Politics, Current Affairs and Culture

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Events: New Statesman's Guide to Events in Politics, Current Affairs and Culture


TUESDAY JULY 11

THE CAINE PRIZE READINGS

Six writers shortlisted for this year's Caine Prize for African Writing. Hosted by the presenter Jon Snow.

8.15pm, Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London SE1.

Tel: 020 7921 637.

www.rfh.org.uk/literature

[pounds sterling]8.50

WEDNESDAY JULY 12

A NEW ROLE FOR THE MILITARY? WAGING LAW, NOT WAR

Mary Kaldor, director of the Centre for Study of Global Governance, speaks on the Barcelona Report's ideas for transforming nature of military operations. Public meeting.

6pm-8pm, Room T, Portcullis House, London SW1A 2LW.

Movement for the Abolition of War.

Tel: 01767 651 136.

www.abolishwar.org.uk

SOMALIA--WHO'S IN CHARGE NOW?

Kim Sengupta, Jonathan Ledgard and Juliana Ruhfus look at what the recent successes of the Islamic forces have changed, what is likely to happen next, and what role the CIA has in all of it.

7.30pm, [pounds sterling]5. Book on 020 7479 8950 quoting reference FL2.

See all upcoming Frontline events at www.frontlineclub.com

FRIDAY JULY 14

THE ONLY SHOW IN TOWN: ALTERNATIVE FUTURES FOR HEALTH AND WELFARE

A day seminar to debate the present state of health and welfare, and alternatives for the future.

Speakers include: Richard Wilkinson, Julian Lousada and Ursula Murray.

[pounds sterling]20. The Tavistock Clinic, London NW3.

For bookings tel: 020 8938 2317 or e-mail: ssilverstein@tavi-port.nhs.uk

SATURDAY JULY 15

TAKE ACTION ON TRANSPORT

A motivating day for transport campaigners and activists. Be part of an inspiring and motivating day celebrating local campaigning. Meet with other transport campaigners from London and the south-east. Interactive workshops and presentations on Aviation, Streets and Traffic, Public Transport, Liveable Communities and much more. Get involved in local and national campaigning.

Contribution towards costs is [pounds sterling]5.

The closing date for registration is July 7. Where: National Council for Voluntary Organisations, Regents Wharf, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL. E-mail: kechi.petruzzelli@transport2000.org.uk or call 020 7613 0743 x 109

FRIDAY JULY 21

AN EVENING WITH INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST ALFRED MCCOY

An unmissable evening with the investigative writer best known for his detailing of a covert netherworld both here and abroad, and for bringing the issue of torture to the doorstep of the CIA.

7.30pm, [pounds sterling]5. Book on 020 7479 8950 quoting reference FL2.

See all upcoming Frontline events at www. …

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