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Three LSE students have been selected from thousands of applicants to study for a year in China for a distinguished master’s programme.

LSE report calls for emergency housing package for young Londoners

A report from LSE London is calling for a large-scale emergency housing package to help young Londoners into affordable homes.

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To mark the 2016 centenary of Booth’s death, LSE is re-launching the website dedicated to his life and work as Charles Booth’s London.

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How to Break Down the Glass Wall: successful strategies for women at work

Presenting their own experiences of building successful careers in male-dominated industries, as well interviews with men and women from a variety of organisations, Kathryn Jacob and Sue Unerman provide smart, practical strategies to boost any women’s career, which can be adopted by both the individual and the organisation. Event date: Monday 5 December

 

Red Rosa: a revolutionary life 

What can we learn from the extraordinary life of Dr Rosa Luxemburg? The indomitable Luxemburg forged a unique career as an economist, journalist and critical thinker. Kate Evans’ beautifully drawn biography, which she will discuss in this talk, re-examines the story of a great revolutionary thinker and activist. Event date: Wednesday 7 December

Watch out for details of the Lent Term events programme which will be published shortly. Speakers next term include Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, former Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

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Speaker: Sebastian Mallaby (pictured)
Recorded: Monday 07 November 2016, approx. 68 minutes    

 
Investing in Inclusive Growth                                                                       
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Speaker: Bill Morneau
Recorded: Tuesday 15 November 2016

Speakers: Sherry Coutu, Irene Graham, Chris Haley
Recorded: Tuesday 15 November 2016

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