George Bernard Shaw
Portland Building, University Park
Free entry, no need to book, everyone welcome!
Why is there so much fighting, destruction and suffering on our planet? Is modern warfare really 'human nature'? How are conflicts related to economics and geopolitics? Is the capitalist system to blame?
Join us for a day of talks, interactive workshops, discussions, panel debates, films and food. The conference will engage in a range of topics and issues exploring the links between war and the dominant economic system of our time.
Confirmed speakers, groups and participants:
Milan Rai, editor of Peace News
Dr. Matthew Rendall, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
Dr. Srila Roy, Lecturer in School of Sociology
Dr. Tim Jacoby, Lecturer in the School of Environment and Development at Manchester University
Dr. Andy Robinson, Research Fellow in the School of Politics and International Relations
Steve Yemm, from the think-tank Compass
Campaign Against the Arms Trade
Shut Down H&K
For a full timetable, see: nspm.wordpress.com
Whether for an hour, two hours or all day, do come along! Join us, for some informative and insightful investigation of these pressing issues.