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Sunday, May 14, 2017

The QTP (Question the Powerful) Talks Series

• 'Reimagining Your Future', Newham College, London, 6/3/17 [QTP 111]
• 'Getting the Best from People', workshop with the Higher Education Funding Council for England, Bristol, 14/2/17 [QTP 110]
• ‘Civic Engagement’, presentation to La Ligue de L’enseignement, Cambridge, 8/11/16 [QTP 109]
• ‘Taking Control of Our Lives’, Cambridge Commons, 1/10/16 [QTP 108]
• ‘Power, Reason & Social Purpose; the critical role of adult education’, WEA tutors conference, Cambridge, 27/5/16 [QTP 107]
• ‘Collaborative Leadership’, Northern Ireland Civil Service, Belfast, 4/5/16 [QTP 106]
• ‘A Recipe for Work, Life & Everything?’, Workers Educational Association, Cambridge, 2/4/16 [QTP 105]
• ‘The ‘Together We Can’ case study’, Civil Service College, 17/3/16 [QTP 104]
• ‘Commoning, Governments, & Cooperation’, at the Commons Strategies Group & Heinrich Boll Foundation event, ‘State Power and the Commons: Transcending a Problematic Relationship’, Germany, 29/2/16 [QTP 103]
• ‘Together We Can: Public Leadership', talk given to delegation of Indian Government's senior civil servants, 18/9/15 [QTP 102]
• ‘God, Goodness, & Great Britain’, address at the Suffolk Interfaith Resource/East of England Faith Agency conference on Human Rights, Religious Rights, and British Values, West Suffolk College, Bury St Edmunds, 9/7/15 [QTP 101]
• ‘Politics: what is it good for?’, a series of days schools with the WEA across the East of England (from Cambridge to Norwich) 28/2/15 – 25/4/15. [QTP 100]
• 'Future of Democracy in Britain’, Trades Union Council, Wisbech & March, 21/3/15. [QTP 99]
• 'Collaborative Leadership’, Scottish Housing Regulator, 24/2/15. [QTP 98]
• 'Cooperation, Communities, & the Cambridge Commons’, Cooperative Party, Cambridge, 18/2/15. [QTP 97]
• 'Succeeding through Collaborative Leadership’, Civil Service College, 17/12/14. [QTP 96]
• 'Politics: so what are you going to do?’, the British Chinese Project, London: 29/11/14. [QTP 95]
• ‘Austerity & Scapegoat Politics’, University of the 3rd Age, Cambridge: 12/11/14. [QTP 94]
• ‘What has politics ever done for us?’, address at WEA (Eastern Region AGM): 8/11/14. [QTP 93]
• ‘Youth & Democracy’, presentation at ‘Round table on youth participation and impact in democratic decision-making’, World Forum for Democracy, Council of Europe, Strasbourg: 3/11/14. [QTP 92]
• ‘Democracy through the Looking Glass’, presentation to sixth formers, St Albans Girls’ School, Hertfordshire: 25/9/14. [QTP 91]
• ‘Managing Ministerial Expectations’, Civil Service College: 18/9/14. [QTP 90]
• ‘Thriving on Diversity’, Civil Service College: 9/9/14. [QTP 89]
• ‘The Art of Making Science Work’, Implementing Implementation Science conference, East London Consortium of Educational Psychologists, Cambridge: 28/7/14. [QTP 88]
• ‘Co-operation versus Con-Operation’, Annual Conference, Confederation of Cooperative Housing, Manchester: 11/7/14. [QTP 87]
• ‘Novel Exploration of Inequality’, Adult Learners Week, WEA East Midlands, Nottingham: 19/6/14. [QTP 86]
• ‘10 Things to Know About Machiavelli’, for the Documentary Film Makers Cooperative, London: 18/5/14. [QTP 85]
• ‘Government: 1974-2014’, 40 Years of Change, South Canonry, Salisbury Cathedral Close: 3/5/14. [QTP 84]
• ‘Aspiration, Aptitude, Availability', Careers Day address, University of Cambridge, 2/5/14. [QTP 83]
• ‘Why Vote’, WEA, Deciding Locally campaign, broadcast interview: 22/4/14. [QTP 82]
• ‘Leadership in Policy Development’, session for Indonesian delegation, Civil Service College, London: 20/3/14. [QTP 81]
• ‘Socialism and Education’, Lecture to PDDE (Politics, Development, & Democratic Education) Masters Students, University of Cambridge: 7/11/13. [QTP 80]
• ‘Enlightened Learning & the Cooperative Gestalt’, Power of Adult Learning, (joint conference by Learning Link Scotland, WEA Scotland, the Scottish Community Development Centre, Dyslexia Scotland, and Lead Scotland), University of Edinburgh: 23/10/13. [QTP 79]
• ‘Will this be the Plutocratic Century?’, CRASSH (Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities), University of Cambridge: 13/5/13. [QTP 78]
• ‘Left with a Hard Choice’, Fabians & Cooperative Party event, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge: 7/5/13. [QTP 77]
• ‘Democracy: Lessons in Cooperative Problem-Solving’, Youth has Impact Conference, Field of Dialogue Foundation & Civis Polonus Foundation, Warsaw, Poland: 15/3/13. [QTP 76]
• ‘Cooperative Problem-Solving’, Take Part Network event What Next for Community-Based Learning, London: 6/3/13. [QTP 75]
• ‘Community Development at the Crossroads’, Keib Thomas Memorial Seminar, CDNL (Community Development Network, London), London Metropolitan University: 13/2/13. [QTP 74]
• ‘Education for Democracy: cooperative problem-solving’, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge: 12 &13 September/2012. [QTP 73]
• ‘Positive Change Through Social Action’, WEA Oxford: 18/5/12. [QTP 72]
• ‘Education with a Social Purpose’, WEA North East, Newcastle: 4/5/12. [QTP 71]
• ‘Whose Politics is it anyway?’, Chinese for Labour, London: 29/2/12. [QTP 70]
• ‘An Insider Look at Public Policy Development’, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge: 1/2/12. [QTP 69]
• ‘Reciprocity Lost: the origins, breakdown and renewal of reciprocal society’, WEA bi-annual conference, Nottingham University, Nottingham: 29/10/11. [QTP 68]
• ‘Democratic Participation and Learning Leadership’, Challenges of Civic Participation conference at the Sociology Institute, University of Warsaw, Poland: 15/4/11. [QTP 67]
• ‘Take Part in Changing Times’, Take Part Conference, London: 9/2/11. [QTP 66]
• ‘Top Ten Myths about Empowerment’, Faith Communities: Empowering Communities, the Church Action on Poverty National Conference, Broxbourne: 3/3/09. [QTP 65]
• ‘Empowerment in Britain’, session for delegation from South Africa, National School of Government, London: 11/2/09. [QTP 64]
• ‘Together We Can tackle the power gap’, The Frontiers of Innovation Conference: 20 Years of Innovation in Government, the Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, University of Harvard, USA: 1/4/08. [QTP 63]
• ‘Citizen Engagement’, Public Engagement in Local Government: Empowering Citizens to shape their Communities, CAPITA conference, London: 6/11/08. [QTP 62]
• ‘Faith & Cohesion’, Religion & Community Cohesion Workshop, Dept of Politics & International Relations, Royal Holloway College, University of London: 18/6/08. [QTP 61]
• ‘Learning from Communities’, IDeA sponsored conference on Community Consultation, 28/6/07. [QTP 60]
• ‘BBC and community empowerment’, presentation to BBC news editors, convened by Kevin Marsh (Editor of the Today Programme), London: 21/2/06. [QTP 59]
• ‘Re-engaging your community’, LGC (Local Government Chronicle) conference, London: 21/2/06. [QTP 58]
• ‘Building Stronger Communities’, NLGN/IDeA conference, London: 2/2/06. [QTP 57]
• ‘Community Engagement’, CPPS seminar, London: 26/1/06. [QTP 56]
• ‘Identity, Ethnic Diversity and Community Cohesion’, Runnymede & ESRC Identities Programme Roundtable, London: 21/9/05. [QTP 55]
• ‘Making Community Engagement a Priority in Citizenship Education’, joint DfES/Home Office seminar with Ministers, London: 15/6/05. [QTP 54]
• ‘The Politics of Civic Anxiety’, public seminar, the Centre for Advanced Study of the Social Sciences, University of Oxford: 18/5/05. [QTP 53]
• ‘Civil Renewal: Together We Can’, Joseph Chamberlain Lecture, Birmingham: 21/4/05. [QTP 52]
• ‘Neighbourhood Governance’, Fabian Society, LGIU, UNISON Policy Seminar, London: 10/2/05. [QTP 51]
• ‘Local Government and Civil Renewal’, CPPS conference on the future of local government, London: 14/12/04. [QTP 50]
• ‘Together We Can’, conference on community engagement and civil renewal with Home Secretary & other Ministers, London: 8/12/04. [QTP 49]
• ‘Civic Pioneers’, Home Office launch event, Birmingham: 9/9/04. [QTP 48]
• ‘The Role of Civil Renewal’, CLES Inclusive Regeneration Summer School, Manchester: 29/6/04. [QTP 47]
• ‘Higher Education and Community Partnerships’, the Annual Higher Education and Community Partnership Conference, University of London: 19/5/04. [QTP 46]
• ‘Civil Renewal: in theory & practice’, South West Regional Seminar, University of Plymouth: 13/5/04. [QTP 45]
• ‘Civil Renewal’, seminar with Home Secretary and the Home Office Ministerial team, London: 17/12/03. [QTP 44]
• ‘Power and Civil Renewal’, Urban Forum Annual Conference, London: 2/12/03. [QTP 43]
• ‘Communitarian Democracy’, Bertelsmann Stiftung, International Workshop on Participative Democracy, Berlin: 16/10/03. [QTP 42]
• ‘The Future of Community Development’, 21st Century Community Development conference, the Standing Conference for Community Development, Lougborough: 11/10/03. [QTP 41]
• ‘Social Democracy in the Global Age’, Fabian Society Roundtable: 21/5/02. [QTP 40]
• ‘Delivering Crime Reduction’, Ministerial Seminar, the Home Office, Queen Anne’s Gate, London: 9/1/02. [QTP 39]
• ‘Equality & Diversity’, launch of the Black & Minority Ethnic Network (East of England), Cambridge: 9/4/01. [QTP 38]
• ‘Tackling Crime Together’, Home Office Conference with the Home Secretary, Cambridge: 17/2/01. [QTP 37]
• ‘Crime Reduction’, national public policy seminar, London: 18/1/01. [QTP 36]
• ‘Citizenship at the community level’, Philosophical Quarterly conference, Citizens: Towards a Citizens Culture: 13/11/00. [QTP 35]
• ‘Forging a New Ireland: a communitarian approach to deepening democracy’, the Glencree Centre for Reconciliation, Summer School, Forging a Communitarian Ireland: The deepening of democracy and civil society, Ireland: 25/8/00. [QTP 34]
• ‘Inclusive communities and global governance’, 12th Annual Conference of the Society for Socio-Economics, London School of Economics: 8/7/00. [QTP 33]
• ‘Is there a Third Way to bridge Divided Communities?’, Citizens OnLine Conference, BAFTA, London: 23/5/00. [QTP 32]
• ‘What are Communities?’, Society for Applied Philosophy, Are Cities Communities? Workshop, Senate House, University of London: 4/3/00. [QTP 31]
• ‘What is Consultation about?’, Joined Up Listening conference, West Midlands Local Government Association: 24/11/99. [QTP 30]
• ‘The Progressive Path to Inclusive Communities’, the School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham: 23/11/99. [QTP 29]
• 'Inclusive Communities', United Nations Association Conference, The Making of the Third Millennium, St Edmundsbury Cathedral: 15/6/99. [QTP 28]
• 'Citizenship Education: communitarian versus individualist perspectives', Philosophy & Education Renewal Group, University of North London: 15/5/99. [QTP 27]
• 'Communitarianism, Power & Citizenship', Communitarian Summit, Washington, USA: 27/2/99. [QTP 26]
• 'Are there common values to be taught?', International CSV Learning and Serving Together Conference: 4/12/97. [QTP 25]
• 'The Future of Social and Moral Education', Communitarian Forum Workshop, St Edmunds College, Cambridge: 26/4/97. [QTP 24]
• 'Communitarian Politics: Past, Present & Future', Joint Conference for St John's and St Anne's, University of Oxford: 20/2/97. [QTP 23]
• 'Education for Citizens', seminar, the Philosophy of Education Society meeting, Cambridge: 30/1/97. [QTP 22]
• 'Democratic Schools', CSV Education Conference, Service Learning: 12/11/96. [QTP 21]
• 'Communitarian Management', the UK Management Development Network Seminar, London: 23/10/96. [QTP 20]
• 'Communitarianism', the Cambridge World Issues Group: 31/7/96. [QTP 19]
• 'Communitarianism & Humanism', the South Place Ethical Society: 14/1/96. [QTP 18]
• 'Communities, Communitarianism and Local Democracy', the ADC (Association of District Councils) Seminar on Community Governance: 15/12/95. [QTP 17]
• 'From Public-versus-Private to Communitarian Management', the Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge: 9/11/95. [QTP 16]
• 'From Markets to Communities', the Local Government Information Services, national conference, Bedfordshire: 21/8/95. [QTP 15]
• 'Communitarian Marketing', Anglia Business School, Cambridge: 29/6/95. [QTP 14]
• ‘Crime & Society’, the Society for Applied Philosophy's 1995 Conference: 19/5/95. [QTP 13]
• 'Public Health: from Customers to Citizens', 5th Annual Symposium of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, Girton College, Cambridge: 31/3/95. [QTP 12]
• 'Interagency Charter', the Cabinet Office's Citizens Charter Conference: 5/12/94. [QTP 11]
• 'Marketing & the Public Sector', Oxford Brookes University's Business School Marketing Forum: 1/12/94. [QTP 10]
• ‘Citizens & Government Institutions’, national conference Cities of Pride: Rejuvenating Britain for the Third Millennium, Birmingham: 19/11/94. [QTP 9]
• 'Marketing & Competition in the Public Sector', the Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge: 8/11/94. [QTP 8]
• 'Criminals and Citizens: the Quest for Responsibility', the Royal College of Psychiatrists' Philosophy Group: 24/11/93. [QTP 7]
• 'Citizenship and Participatory Democracy', the Centre for Citizenship Development's Open Workshop, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge: 6/11/93. [QTP 6]
• 'Marketing and Citizenship in the Public Sector', Anglia Business School: 4/11/93. [QTP 5]
• 'Raising Ethical Awareness in Large Organisations', the Inaugural Meeting of the Ethical Business Forum, London Business School: 26/10/93. [QTP 4]
• 'The Rise of Communitarianism', the Centre for Citizenship Development seminar, St. Edmund's College, University of Cambridge: 16/10/93. [QTP 3]
• 'Crime & Diminished Responsibility', the Society for Applied Philosophy's London Workshop: 6/3/93. [QTP 2]
• 'The Core Values of Public Service', the School of Public Policy, University of Birmingham: 7/5/91. [QTP 1]