House of Commons Meeting - New Politics For The 21st Century

Nov 22, 2016 · Greater London, United Kingdom

PLEASE NOTE: Admission is free, but places are limited and need to be reserved through Eventbrite: 
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Join us in this first meeting where we link with a political party to discuss politics in the 21st century and how that it must change to reflect the 21st century world. We hope to hold similar meetings with other Parties as well.
This meeting is next Tuesday November 22nd between 6.30 and 8.00pm is chaired by Tulip Sidiq MP and will include as speakers:
Professor David Runciman from Cambridge University who will talk of the New Politics In The Digital Age,  Professor Alan Manning from the LSE who will discuss New Corporate Structures For The 21st Century and Sir Keith Starmer MP Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, will comment on the points raised.
Politics in the new age is something that will affect us all as the world changes in so many ways. Globalisation is being challenged, the digital age opens up the possibility of greater participation on one hand and control on the other and alienation of electorates from ruling elites is increasingly apparent. Parochialism and nationalism is beginning to re emerge as the world gets more connected added to the cocktail of contradictions that the 21st century world offers us.
This affects political parties and they need to change as well so dialogue with Parties is important.
This has been organised through the working group that we have formed called GlobalNet21 Voices co-ordinated by Evan Parker and with the aim of looking at how we can influence policy in a number of areas – one being the reform of democracy in the 21st Century.
So you will be welcome to join us here. Please allow 15 mins for security check on entering,

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