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LCSS Roundtable Discussion: A Tide of Humanity: Discussing the Migrant Crisis

LCSS Roundtable Discussion: A Tide of Humanity: Discussing the Migrant Crisis Nov 27, 2015 18:00 London Centre for Social Studies cordially invites you to a roundtable A Tide of Humanity: Discussing the Migrant Crisis Date: Friday 27th November, 6 – 8pm Venue: Vernon Square Campus, Room V221, SOAS, Penton Rise, London WC1X 9EW (closest stations: Kings Cross [...]

LCSS Roundtable Discussion: A Tide of Humanity: Discussing the Migrant Crisis2021-03-02T17:43:41+00:00

LCSS –KCL Roundtable Discussion: SCO as a Major Player in Eurasia: What is there for Europe?

LCSS –KCL Roundtable Discussion: SCO as a Major Player in Eurasia: What is there for Europe? Apr 30, 2015 13:00 LCSS –KCL Roundtable Discussion: SCO as a Major Player in Eurasia: What is there for Europe Organised jointly by the London Centre for Socials Studies (LCSS) and the King’s College London (KCL), War [...]

LCSS –KCL Roundtable Discussion: SCO as a Major Player in Eurasia: What is there for Europe?2021-03-02T17:44:01+00:00

Scottish Referendum- The EU and Economic Implications of an Independent Scotland

Scottish Referendum- The EU and Economic Implications of an Independent Scotland May 14, 2014 12:30 Prof John Kay, Prof Robert Hazell CBE, Dr Monique Ebell, Prof Panos Koutrakos Scottish Referendum- The EU and Economic Implications of an Independent Scotland Date: Wednesday 14th May 2014, 12.30-2.30pm LCSS hosted the second of its roundtable discussions on the [...]

Scottish Referendum- The EU and Economic Implications of an Independent Scotland2021-03-02T17:44:23+00:00

Scottish Referendum- Political and Foreign Policy Implications of an Independent Scotland

Scottish Referendum- Political and Foreign Policy Implications of an Independent Scotland May 07, 2014 13:30 Sir Richard Ottaway MP, Dr Andrew Blick, Prof. Malcolm Chalmers and Dr Jo Eric Khushal Murken. Scottish Referendum- Political and Foreign Policy Implications of an Independent ScotlandDate: Wednesday 7th May 2014, 1.30-3.30pmLCSS held the first of its two roundtable discussions on [...]

Scottish Referendum- Political and Foreign Policy Implications of an Independent Scotland2021-03-02T17:46:41+00:00

Foreign Policy-Making in Britain: The Role of Institutional Power

Foreign Policy-Making in Britain: The Role of Institutional Power Feb 05, 2014 12:30 Prof Matthew Uttley, Prof Ivor Gaber Foreign Policy-Making in Britain: The Role of Institutional Power LCSS will be holding a roundtable Wednesday 5th February on Foreign Policy-Making in Britain: The Role of Institutional Power. This roundtable discussion has been organised in collaboration [...]

Foreign Policy-Making in Britain: The Role of Institutional Power2021-03-02T17:47:07+00:00

The Evolution of the Welfare State and Benefits Culture: From Beveridge to Today!

The Evolution of the Welfare State and Benefits Culture: From Beveridge to Today! Apr 24, 2013 12:30 This roundtable discussion looked at the past, present and the future of the welfare state in the UK. The Evolution of the Welfare State and Benefits Culture: From Beveridge to Today! The second of LCSS' roundtable discussions [...]

The Evolution of the Welfare State and Benefits Culture: From Beveridge to Today!2021-03-02T17:47:32+00:00

Roundtable Discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac

Roundtable Discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac Jun 23, 2012 12:30 Roundtable Discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac, Head of the Department of Turkish Government for Turkish Communities Living Abroad Roundtable Discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac On June the 23rd, 2012, LCSS team hosted a roundtable discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac with the executive team of [...]

Roundtable Discussion with Mr Kemal Yurtnac2021-03-02T17:48:20+00:00

Britain’s Role within a Changing EU: Is its Departure Inevitable?

Britain’s Role within a Changing EU: Is its Departure Inevitable? Nov 15, 2012 14:00 A roundtable discussing the UK's position in the EU and the prospect of leaving the EU. Britain’s Role within a Changing EU: Is its Departure Inevitable? On Thursday 15th November 2012 a roundtable discussion took place at the LCSS about Britain’s [...]

Britain’s Role within a Changing EU: Is its Departure Inevitable?2021-03-02T17:47:52+00:00
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