Join us for RSA South East Café: economic inequalities highlighted by the pandemic, in collaboration with the Hampshire Equality Group and Salisbury Democracy Alliance.
This event will be facilitated by Dickie Bellinger FRSA and Mark Potts from the Salisbury Democracy Alliance, and is intended to be an exchange of ideas modelled on the Socrates Cafés running worldwide. But instead of having a completely open canvas for the questions to be discussed, this will mark their first themed Café, exploring economic inequalities in the south east highlighted by the pandemic.
Beyond focusing on economic inequalities, there will be no pre-set agenda. The two focus discussion questions will be determined by participants at the start of the meeting – anything from UBI, the Living Wage, to land tax. The aim is to engage in impassioned yet thoughtful exchanges of ideas and ideals, and we hope these events will evolve and support locally the RSA's national campaign to promote deliberative democracy.
We welcome people with a diversity of views. If you like your coffee with a sprinkling of ideas on the side and good company, this event may be for you!
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The meeting is open to non-Fellows and Fellows. There is a maximum registration of 60 people for this event so please register early to avoid disappointment. If you book and are unable to attend, please let us know ASAP so places can be released to those on the waiting list.
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Upon registering for the event, you will receive the bespoke Zoom link in your order confirmation email. On the day of the event, please note that latecomers will not be admitted 15 minutes after the start time of the event for security purposes.