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LSE IDEAS advise Colombian President Santos on new policies for after the 'War on Drugs'

In April 2016 the United Nations General Assembly will convene a Special Session on Drugs. LSE academics met with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos to discuss what new drug policy might look like now that the so-called ‘war on drugs’ has failed.   

Internet use increases social inequalities, LSE study shows

Internet use is driving a greater wedge in our communities, increasing existing inequalities between rich and poor, a new study reveals.  

Students score trip to Bangkok to win top prize in charity challenge

LSE students raised over £5,000 in a charity challenge, with one group of undergraduates securing free flights to Thailand.  


Autism and Minds Wired for Science: ethical implications 

Our panel will offer perspectives from neuroscience, history and philosophy on autism: How has our understanding of autism evolved? Why is autism so often linked with scientific and mathematical talent? Does this mean that some minds are ‘wired’ for science (and others not)? Is autism really a disorder, or just an aspect of human ‘neurodiversity’? Event date: Monday 8 February


'Je ne suis pas féministe mais...' 52 minutes on the life of Christine Delphy 

On a rare visit to London, Professor Christine Delphy, one of the world's most influential feminist thinkers, joins us for two public events this month. She will be speaking on the 8 and 10 February.

The Innovations of the Future

Alec Ross, one of America’s leading experts on innovation and former advisor to Hillary Clinton, will  reveal the innovations that will shape our world for the better between today and 2025 in this LSE Department of Management Literary Festival lecture. Event date: Monday 22 February

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Why I should be Mayor of London Tomorrow                                       

Speakers: Sian Berry, Zac Goldsmith, Sadiq Khan, Caroline Pidgeon, Peter Whittle
Recorded: Thursday 28 January 2016, approx. 90 minutes    


Speaker: Professor Frank Pasquale
Tuesday 26 January 2016

Lessons from the Greek Crisis            

Speaker: Professor Louka T Katseli
Recorded: Thursday 28 January 2016

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