Upcoming Open Events

Middle East Monitor (MEMO)


 MEMO presents Karen Abu Zayd Koning (Former Commissioner-General of UNRWA) talking about 'Human Rights and Justice for the Palestinians after the Goldstone Report', 6.30pm on Wednesday 24 March 2010, Cayley Theatre, Luxborough Building, Westminster University.  The event is jointly organised by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.


For more information, please contact or 020 8838 0231



London School Of Economics



Resistance at the Limits: Feminist Activism and Conscientious Objection in Israel
Date: Thursday 4 March 2010  5.00pm
Location: Seligman Library, Room A607, Old Building
Speaker: Katherine Natanel


Social Enterprise: The Business Model for the Future
Date: Thursday 4 March 2010  6.30pm
Location: G108, 20 Kingsway
Speaker: Alexander Balfour, Theresa Burton, Jonathan Jenkins, Verity Timmins


The Brahimi Panels: The Goldstone Report and the Peace Process
Date: Monday 8 March 2010  6.30pm
Location: LSE campus
Speaker: Ami Ayalon, Professor Christine Chinkin, Karma Nabulsi, Colonel Desmond Travers


The Gulf, Aid and the Arab World's Fragile States
Date: Tuesday 9 March 2010  4.30pm
Location: H202, Connaught House
Speaker: Habiba Hamid


The Brahimi Panels: Future Options in Afghanistan
Date: Tuesday 9 March 2010  6.30pm
Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Wazhma Frogh, David Kilcullen, Horia Mosadiq, Michael Semple


Meeting Development Challenges in the 21st Century
Date: Friday 12 March 2010  1.00pm
Location: LSE campus, venue to be announced to ticket holders
Speaker: Helen Clark


The Empathic Civilization
Date: Monday 15 March 2010  1.00pm
Location: Shaw Library, Old Building
Speaker: Jeremy Rifkin

Multidimensional Poverty in India
Date: Tuesday 16 March 2010  11.00am
Location: S78, St Clements Building
Speaker: Dr Sanjay Kumar Mohant


Exploring the Muslim past: Western Thrace during the Second World War and the Greek Civil War
Date: Tuesday 16 March 2010  6.00pm
Location: Canada Blanch Room, J116, Cowdray House
Speaker: Professor Kevin Featherstone and Dr Dimitris Papadimitriou


New Labour, Xenophobia and Immigration
Date: Wednesday 17 March 2010  5.00pm
Location: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Arun Kundnani, Nira Yuval-Davis, Joseph Harker


Europe as a Global Actor? A Conversation with Javier Solana
Date: Thursday 18 March 2010  1.05pm
Location: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Mary Kaldor, Javier Solana


The Future of Capitalism and Globalisation: Global Perspectives and a European Agenda
Date: Monday 22 March 2010  6.00pm
Location: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Karel De Gucht, Professor Marc De Vos


Entrepreneurship in the Arab world

Date: Monday 22 March 2010  6.30pm

Location: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House

Speaker: Sheikha Hanadi Al-Thani


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School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)


Humanitarianism at the Risk of Imperialisam

Date: Monday 3rd March 2010  6.30pm

 Speaker: Dr Rony Brauma,Former President of Doctors Without Borders (MSF Paris), 1999 Nobel Peace Prize Winners


Defining  the Abrahamic Revelations

Date: Monday 22nd March 2010  5.15pm

 Speaker: Adam Silverstein, University of Oxford Islamic History


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