Monthly Archives: March 2013

Professor AC Grayling: Ethics and Norms of Technology Innovation

Mar 14, 2013

AC Grayling, Founder and Master, The New College of the Humanities, will be keynoting on Day Two of The Economist’s Technology Frontiers 2013, speaking alongside Julian Savulescu, Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics, Director of The Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, University of Oxford and Tim Hubbard, Board of Management Representative, Bioinformatics, Sanger Institute, The Wellcome Trust. They will be discussing the ethics and norms of technology innovation,

Alex Bell: expert speaker on the consequences of global water shortage

Mar 6, 2013

Alex Bell is a thought-leading author, commentator and consultant on the future geopolitical, economic and social impact of water shortages. He argues that booming global populations and thirsty habits will lead to a crisis in the world’s water supply, with huge implications for our politics, our health, the way we plan cities, develop technology and

Great feedback for Rory Stewart, expert speaker on Afghanistan and the future of democracy

Mar 6, 2013

Rory recent spoke on the future of Afghanistan at the Royal Geographic Society. Here’s some feedback: ‘…I thought Rory was humbling, inspiring and deeply impressive…  Well done for making it happen!’  ‘One of the best Kit Cat’s ever – Rory was fantastic and the venue outstanding – Bravo!’   ‘Truly inspirational and a breath of fresh air to the usual

Dr Nasser Saidi: MENA SMEs need a flexible approach to financing if they are to succeed

Mar 5, 2013

Dr Nasser Saidi, former Chief Economist of the Dubai International Finance Centre and former Lebanese Minister of Economy & Trade and Minster of Industry, published an interesting op-ed in The National today. Along with his co-author, Claudio Scardovi, he argues that there is a lot of potential in the SME sector in the MENA and GCC countries. However, this

Professor Sarah Harper on BBC Radio 4’s Analysis this Month

Mar 4, 2013

Great to hear Professor Sarah Harper will be on BBC Radio 4’s Analysis programme later this month. One of the world’s leading experts on global population ageing, Sarah always has plenty of fascinating things to say about how ageing and demographic trends will drive public policy over the next 50 years, both in the UK and abroad.

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