Magazine article New Statesman (1996)

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

Magazine article New Statesman (1996)

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

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2

PREVENTING TRIDENT REPLACEMENT * A ONE-DAY STRATEGY CONFERENCE

Join the conference expressing the broadest opposition to a replacement of the UK's nuclear weapons system. Speakers include Bruce Kent; Edward Pearce; General Sir Hugh Beach; Rt Rev Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Reading; Jon Trickett MP; Kelvin Hopkins MP; Jean Lambert MEP; Louise Richards, War on Want; Billy Hayes, CWU general secretary; Dr Stuart Parkinson, Scientists for Global Responsibility; and Dr Elisabeth McElderry, Medact.

Please e-mail Ben Folley at campaigns@cnduk.org to confirm your place.

Organised by CND * Supported by SERTUC

10.30am-5pm, TUC Congress House, Great Russell Street, London WC1

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9

2020 VISION

Tony Blair addresses the Progress Tenth Anniversary Conference, entitled "2020 Vision", at a central London location. Also confirmed are: Douglas Alexander, Hilary Benn, Hazel Blears, Des Browne, Peter Hain, Estelle Morris, Alan Milburn and Michael Portillo.

See www.progressives.org.uk or call 020 3008 8180.

E-mail: tom@progressives.org.uk

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14

HANSARD SOCIETY DEMOCRACY SERIES PAMPHLET

Would Compulsory Voting Work? by Dr Chris Ballinger is the second publication in a major new project from the Hansard Society focusing on fundamental concerns about the future of democracy at home and abroad. Would Compulsory Voting Work? will be launched on Thursday September 14 in Oxford.

For further information and to book your place at this launch debate, please contact hans_admin@hansard.lse.ac.uk3

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18

WATER AND POLITICS: THE POWER AND THE FURY

With Maggie Black. …

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