Working Men's College free lectures
Helen2 of the KUWG, who is a Working Men's College mature learner herself and one of the two followers of this blog so far, forwards this notice:
Book now! WMC free lectures Tue 4 Mar 7pm "The UK & the EU" John Mills & Jonathan Scheele - plus 25 Mar 'Osborne's Austerity'To: "Lectures at WMC" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tom Schuller, chair, and Satnam Gill, principal, of WMC-The Camden College are delighted to invite you to the next 2 free lectures on these two very current concerns – The UK & the European Union, and Osborne’s Austerity. Do feel free to forward this invitation to any of your colleagues or friends as these lectures are open to the public.Tue 4 Mar 7pm – The United Kingdom & The European Union John Mills & Jonathan Scheele A former Camden councillor and experienced Labour politician who is a very successful European businessman debates key issues with a high ranking European Commission official of many years service.Tue 25 Mar 7pm – Osborne’s Austerity: Was it Worth It? Robert Skidelsky and Chris Giles A top political economist who is a prize-winning biographer of John Maynard Keynes debates the issues with the Economics Editor of the Financial Times.To reserve free places just email email@example.com or phone 020 7255 4748. Lectures start at 7pm with refreshments first from 6.30pm.We hope to see you at one or both lectures.Best wishes fromFull lecture programme at: http://www.wmcollege.ac.uk/pages/wmc-lecture-series-2013-14.aspxWMC The Camden College ref gw 44 Crowndale Road London NW1 1TROutstanding College, Ofsted 2013 Educating adults for over 160 yearsConnect with us! www.wmcollege.ac.uk | www.facebook.com/WorkingMensCollege | @wmcollege
Swheatie wishes that these events were not on Tuesday nights as that is when he has his guitar class as a learner, and also he has pre-booked to miss his guitar class for the John McDonnell MP 'People's Parliament' talk about 'Citizens Income' on Tuesday 4 March. The 25 March debate is especially interesting though, Swheatie reckons.