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Major Ecocide and social and tax justice event

WHAT IS TO BE DONE?

London School of Economics Clement House, The Aldwych

6.30.p.m. February 26th 2014

 

A participatory event with speakers for the environment, for tax justice and for social justice.

Lead speaker: Polly Higgins: advocate for the International Law of Ecocide.

 

Supporting speakers/ leaders of discussion:

Richard Murphy : Tax Justice Network

Andrew Simms: New Economics Foundation

Neal Lawson: Compass

Rev Angus Ritchie

Tim Aldred: Progressio

Vicki Hird: Friends of the Earth

Sam Lund Harkett: world development movement

Rachel King: Greenpeace

Diana Vogtel: Oxfam

 

The Intent: To explore together how we can move towards compassionate, sustainable societies that promote the benefit of inter-dependent eco systems, as well as inter dependent societies that live in peace and stability with respect for differences in faith and culture and respect for this planet on which we all depend.

 

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This event is part of a programme of events at LSE focusing on why the "baby boomer" generation did so little to protect the current generation of young people and ensure their future well being.

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