London event – Nov 14th – Imagining the World in 2030
From the rise of the internet, smart devices and social media to seismic geopolitical, social and economical shifts, the 21st century has already seen much change. How will the world look by 2030? In conjunction with Juju’s bar and stage, and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, PS21 gathers together an expert panel to discuss technology, society, politics, money and culture. They will sketch out how they believe the world will have changed by then, followed by a free-flowing discussion and a cash bar.
Peter Apps – Executive Director, PS21 [moderator]
John Basset – Former senior GCHQ official. Member of the PS21 board.
Jessica Toale – Co-ordinator, Fabian Society International Policy Group and executive director of the Centre for Development Results. Formerly, she was also political advisor to two shadow secretaries of state for international development.
Kate Devlin – Senior Lecturer, Goldsmiths College. Archaeologists specializing in changing trends in technology, society, artificial intelligence and more.Author of ‘Turned on: Silence of the Sex Robot’, out 2018
Joanna Ramiro – freelance journalist specialising in politics, identity, society, sex and relationships
Further panelists to be confirmed.
Tue, November 14, 2017
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Juju’s Bar and Stage
15 Hanbury Street
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