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1 May 2012

QUILLIGAN SEMINARS - Dates and registration points [forgive repetition if you have already registered]

This series of seminars will model how people and groups with different starting points may converge on a strategy for large-scale systemic change, moving from ideas to action, experimentation and achieving tangible results.

May 7th 'Democratising the Global Political Economy' 14:30-17:30 John Bunzl & Mark Horler

May 8th LAUNCH EVENT 'Political Economy and the inclusive Commons' 11:00-13:00 Michael Meacher MP in HoC, Portcullis Hse.

May 9th 'Restoring the Commons or Terminal Decline' 18:30- 21:00 Fred Harrison

May 10th 'Financial Innovation and the Commons' 18:00-22:00 Finance Lab / £40 Jennifer Morgan

May 11 'Property,Value and Commons' 18:30-21:30 - David Triggs

May 12th 'The Crowd and the Commons' The Hub / Inderpaul Johar,

May 13 'Covenant, Stewardship and the inclusive Commons' St James at Piccadilly 11:00 and 13:30-17.30 scroll down for Flyer

May 14th 'The Great Transition and the Commons' Invitational only. NEF Dan Vockins Tim Jenkins

May 15th 'Organisational Practice and the Commons' 14:00-17:30 £40 Civil Society Forum, Working in Trust & Gaia Network / Esther Ridsdale, Patrick Andrews , Susan Canney

May 16th 'Commons and New Era Economics' 17:15 - 19:15 IPPR Greg Fisher Amna Silim ata.silim[at] or on 020 7470 6118

May 17th By invitation only. Convergence Working Gp

May 18th School of Commoning / George Por
'Convergence for a Commons Based Economy' 16:30-19:00 Westminster HUB

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