With Rob Berkeley, Sunder Katwala, Catherine Fieschi, Nigel Warburton and Kirsty Hughes
In the annual Runnymede Race Debate our panel debate the limits of free speech.
Speakers: Sunder Katwala, director, British Future; Catherine Fieschi, director, Counterpoint; Nigel Warburton, philosopher and author of Free Speech: A Very Short Introduction; and Kirsty Hughes, chief executive, Index on Censorship
Chair: Rob Berkeley, director, The Runnymede Trust
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Sir John Elvidge on Citizen Power
Sir John Elvidge, former Permanent Secretary to the Scottish Government, visits the RSA to explore how the state can improve public services and wellbeing by harnessing the strengths of its citizens, and devolving power to communities.
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