London Event 13 November – Making Globalization Work

Tuesday, 13 November, 6pm, Juju’s Bar and Stage, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London

With new trade routes and ever faster communications, the world is better connected than at any point in its history. But with confrontation on the rise and rising inequality in many nations, can globalization really survive? PS21 pulls together a panel to examine our modern interconnected civilization – and asks what it would really take to make it work. . We will be talking the future of economics, trade, labour, geopolitics, crypto currencies, cyberspace, and more.

Samuel Genge [moderator] – Chief of Staff at PS21

Professor Thomas Sampson – Professor of Economics, London School of Economics.

Angela Chatzidimitrou – Global Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Hewlett-Packard.

Ifeloluvwa Oguntokum – Journalist, Daily Telegraph.

Carrie Osman – CEO and founder, CRUXY Co.

Sign up here.

Doors will open from six p.m., with presentations beginning at seven. Each speaker will address the topic for 5-7 minutes. This will be followed by an interval, then a question and answer session.

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