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LSE recommendations behind UK government's new Infrastructure Commission

The UK government’s new Infrastructure Commission, unveiled at the Conservative Party Conference, was one of the key recommendations of the LSE Growth Commission.

Up to £1/2 million of scholarships for refugees at LSE

LSE is significantly increasing the funding available for scholarships aimed at asylum seekers and refugees, in response to the on-going international crisis.

LSE leaps into top 25 in World University Rankings

LSE has climbed 11 places in the 2015 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, up to 23rd in the world, and rises to fifth from seventh within the UK.

Shobhana Bhartia

In Conversation with Shobhana Bhartia 

Shobhana Bhartia, the Chairperson and Editorial Director at HT Media Limited, India’s largest listed media company will be speaking at LSE about the relationship between media and politics in contemporary society. Event date: Tuesday 13 October


Is Africa Rising: a personal perspective from Winnie Byanyima 

Born in Uganda, Winnie Byanyima is the Executive Director of Oxfam International. She has been a leader on women’s rights, democratic governance and peace building, spanning the diplomatic, multilateral, legislative and civil society arenas. Winnie will reflect on her own life and experiences growing up in Uganda, and discuss the true nature of Africa's growth story and how we must tackle crisis of inequality in Africa. Event date: Monday 12 October

The Book and the Believer: are Catholics, Jews and Muslims still outsiders in British society?

Three public figures will at this public event on 15 October share their interesting and provocative perspectives, from their experience of belonging to a minority religious tradition in modern British society. Event date: Thursday 15 October

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Dr David Halpern

Speaker: Dr David Halpern (pictured)
Recorded: Tuesday 15 September 2015, approx. 82 minutes                      


Speaker: Edward Lucas
Recorded: Monday 28 September 2015

The Future of Britain and Europe                                       

Speaker: Professor Simon Hix
Recorded: Wednesday 30 September 2015            

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