Wednesday, 26 November 2008

Lectures you may choose to go to

Anything's better than moan, moan, moan....

Wednesday:

Ethics for Enemies: Terror, Torture and War Lecture 1 Prof Frances Kamm 2008 Uehiro Lectures
www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/Events/Uehiro%20Lectures/uehirolectures.htm / email: ethics@philosophy.ox.ac.uk / Tel. 01865 286888
4.30 - 6.30 / Free
Martin Wood Theatre, Parks Road (opp. Keble College); Tel. 01865-798600 (305305 after 1 December).


Thursday

Ethics for Enemies: Terror, Torture and War. Lecture 2 Prof Frances Kamm Uehiro Lectures 2008
www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/Events/Uehiro%20Lectures/uehirolectures.htm / email: ethics@philosophy.ox.ac.uk / Tel. 01865 286888
4.30 - 6.30pm / free
Martin Wood Theatre, Parks Road (opp. Keble College); Tel. 01865-798600 (305305 after 1 December).

Friday

African Shaman Talk South African Sangoma Blessing ceremony, meditation, talk on traditional healing & spirit guides
www.authenticvoice.co.uk/african-sangoma.html / email: alexander@authenticvoice.co.uk / Tel. 01865 716571
7.15 for 7.30pm /£10/£6
South Oxford Community Centre, Lake Street, off Abingdon Rd.

Monday next week

Ethics for Enemies: Terror, Torture and War. Lecture 3 Prof Frances Kamm Uehiro Lectures 2008
www.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/Events/Uehiro%20Lectures/uehirolectures.htm / email: ethics@philosophy.ox.ac.uk / Tel. 01865 286888
4.30 - 6.30 pm / free
Lecture Theatre, Philosophy Faculty, 10 Merton St, Oxford, OX1 4JJ

Tuesday next week

Poverty Free World: When? How? Annual Romanes Lecture 2008 Professor Muhammad Yunus, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize 2006. "Poverty belongs to poverty museums. Let's get ready to put it there once and for all." A manifesto for change delivered by the father of microcredit and one of the world's leading exponents of economic advancement.
5.45pm. Free entry
Sheldonian Theatre , Broad Street; Tel. 305305 .

If your English is good and you're interested in Sociology or Philosophy or Business then you should read through all of these - this is the standard you want to reach!

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