Post date: Oct 08, 2012 3:39:59 PM
“Establishing an Economic System that protects the Commons”
Wednesday, 24th October, 9am to 4.30pm
School of Economic Science,
11 Mandeville Place London W1U 3AJ
£20 (£15 concessions), including lunch and teas/coffees
Organised by the Coalition for Economic Justice.
What are the key economic issues of the day?
And what are the practical policy outcomes we need?
Come and take part if you wish to learn or feel you can contribute to the debate.
The Taxation system;
Financial services and Banking;
Money supply and Interest rates.
The present economic system is dysfunctional in all these fields. The result is exploitation of the population. We need a society which embraces everyone.
As part of the second James Quilligan seminar series, we aim to hold full discussion on these issues with a view to reaching possible solutions that government could and should apply. Excellent leaders for each session but designed mainly for contributions from the floor. A detailed report containing practical policies that serve society for the common good will be produced for wide circulation helping to achieve the change we need.
Book your place and pay (to cover the cost of the venue, lunch and refreshments and travel costs for James Quilligan), either Online at http://cejcommons.eventbrite.com/ or by post by sending a cheque payable to 'CCMJ' to c/o Peter Challen, 21 Bousfield Rd, London, SE14 5TP.
Course materials (which will be handed out at the session on Wednesday 24th October) can be found in the attached Word documents further below on this webpage.