Sunday, 9 November 2008

Lectures you should go to this week

TUESDAY

What The Shift Of Economic Power To Asia Really Means OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events Bill Emmott, former Editor of The Economist.
www.oxonia.org
5pm
Department of Economics, Manor Road Building, Manor Road, Oxford, OX1 3UQ

Believing In People: Motivating Social Entrepreneurs In Fair Trade Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture - The Spirit of Social Enterprise Carol Wills, former Executive Director of the International Fair Trade Association and Head of Oxfam's "Bridge" Fair Trade Programme.
5pm
Regent's Park College , Pusey Street, Oxford; Tel. 288129.

THURSDAY

21st Century Challenges JM 21st Century School Series of seminars on future challenges and opportunities.
www.21school.ox.ac.uk/?redirect=209 / email: events@21school.ox.ac.uk / Tel. 01865 287437
3.30-5.00pm, free
Old Indian Institute (corner of Broad and Catte St)

If Fibre Is The Medium, What Is The Message? Next-Generation Content For Next-Generation Networks Oxford Internet Institute Seminars Professor Eli Noam, Director of the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information at Columbia Business School, New York.
www.oii.ox.ac.uk
5pm-6.30pm
Oxford Internet Institute, 1 St Giles, Oxford, OX1 3JS

Curing Cancer With Protons And Light Ions James Martin 21st Century School Seminar Series: 21st Century Challenges Professor Ken Peach, Director of the newly-formed Particle Therapy Cancer Research Institute, James Martin 21st Century School.
3.30pm-5pm. Free Entry
James Martin 21st Century School, Old Indian Institute Building, 34 Broad Street, Oxford, OX1 3BD

FRIDAY

Google Analytics For Breakfast Solve The Web

An introduction to Google Analytics - breakfast included!
www.solve-the-web.co.uk/workshops / email: info@solve-the-web.co.uk / Tel. 01844 215101
8.00 - 9.30am, £25 + VAT
Solve The Web, Friday Court, North Street, Thame, Oxon OX9 3GA

Energy Question Time People & Planet and COIN

Your chance to ask local politicians your burning questions on climate change.
http://coinet.org.uk/ / email: climate@peopleandplanet.org / Tel. 01865 245678
6.30-8.30pm / Free
Wesley Memorial Church , New Inn Hall St; Email: churchoffice@wesleymem.org.uk; Tel. 01865 243216; Fax: 01865 247706.

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