Magazine article New Statesman (1996)

Events

Magazine article New Statesman (1996)

Events

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monday * march 17

COMMUNITIES, POLICING, ETHNICITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

How can policing be made accountable in a multi-ethnic environment? How do the police earn the trust of disaffected communities? Michael Keith, author of Race, Riots and Policing opens a discussion with Rajiv Menon of the Newham Monitoring Project and Belfast Sinn Fein Councillor Eoin O'Broin. Organised by Signs of the Times.

7.30pm, The Union Tavern, 52 Lloyd Baker Street, London WCI. Free admission. For further details, phone 020 8926 7092, e-mail info@signsofthetimes.org.uk or visit www.signsofthetimes.org.uk

tuesday * march 18

FUEL POVERTY IS A HEALTH ISSUE

National Right to Fuel Campaign Annual Conference 2003. Making the connection between poor health and fuel poverty. Keynote speaker: Energy Minister, Brian Wilson MP. 930am - 1.30pm, St Thomas's Hospital, London SE1. For further in formation, contact Connect Conferences on 020 7222 2176 or via e-mail at: conferences@connectpa.co.uk

tuesday * march 18

WOMEN IN SCIENCE, ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

What should a university do to advance its female scientists and engineers? No more excuses as the Athena Project launches its comprehensive guide to good practice - based on four years of development work.

Lord Robert May, Professor David King, Dame Fiona Caldicott and Sir Gareth Roberts head a glittering line-up of speakers. Royal Society, London SW1. …

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