A Progressive Agenda to Stop the Right in 2010 – January 30, 2010 Conference

Don’t miss ‘A Progressive Agenda to Stop the Right in 2010’, a Conference hosted by Ken Livingstone.

Speakers include:
George Galloway MP; Hugh Lanning – Chair, Palestine Solidarity Campaign; Anas Altikiriti (British Muslim Initiative); Dr. Karma Nabulsi; Kate Hudson (CND); Bruce Kent (CND);Professor Avi Shlaim and Samuel Moncada, the Venezuelan Ambassador to Britain join a wide range of leading writers, commentators, campaigners and politicians.

Sessions include:
Gaza 1 year on; The cost of war; There is no progressive imperialism and many more sessions

Click here to register now http://www.progressivelondon.org.uk/conference/progressive-london-conference-2010..html

Registration – £6 unwaged, £10 waged.

Conference on 30th January,
10am–5.30pm Registration from 9am
Congress House, Great Russell St
London WC1 (nearest tube Tottenham Court Road)

A Progressive Agenda to Stop the Right in 2010 is hosted by Ken Livingstone and will also debate the progressive alternatives that help us restore growth to the economy, protect public services, work together to continue to achieve social progress, protect the planet from climate change and campagin against racism and discrimination.

Progressive London was initiated by Ken Livingstone in 2008 as a cross-party, multi-community forum involving politicians, artists, trade unionists, bloggers, community activists and campaigners to promote social progress in the capital.


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