Wednesday 15th May 14.30-16.00 Leeds Metropolitan University: Rose Bowl 515
Politics and Applied Global Ethics Seminar: “Trilemma Forcefields in the Eurozone Crisis: Neoliberal Mechanism
Designs at the Breaking Point”, Gary Dymski, Professor and Chair in Applied Economics Leeds University Business School
Wednesday 15th May 6 pm Leeds Metropolitan University: BPA 101
Leeds Taking Soundings and Politics and Applied Global ethics presents
‘The Thatcher Moment’
This is a round-table discussion about the significance of Margaret Thatcher’s legacy.
Matthew Caygill, Pamela Fisher and Alex Nunn (all Leeds Met University) will each speak for up to 15 minutes.
Friday 17th May 1100-1230 Leeds Metropolitan University Rose Bowl, Lecture Theatre B
Mrs Thatcher’s contested legacy: the Prime Minister who “made our country great again”?
A panel discussion followed by Q&A With
Alec Shelbrooke MP (Conservative, Elmet and Rothwell)
Fabian Hamilton MP (Labour, Leeds North East)
Paul Blackledge, Professsor of Political Theory, Leeds Metropolitan University
To book please visit: www.leedsmet.ac.uk/employability/guest-speakers.htm
These are all free and all are welcome to attend.
Maps and directions are here: http://www.leedsmet.ac.uk/about/files/campusmaps.pdf