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A Conference on “Establishing an Economic System that protects the Commons”

October 24, 2012 7:00 PM
To be held at the School of Economic Science, 11 Mandeville Place London W1U 3AJ

9.00am Registration

9.30am Introduction by James Quilligan setting out the parameters/principles to be considered by the three break-out sessions with questions and discussion related to his talk and so set the basis for the later debates. JL to chair.

10.30am Coffee/tea break

11.00am to 1.00pm Break-out Sessions

1. Applying the principles of taxation to establishing a more just system, short and longer term.

2. Ensuring the banks and financial services serve society effectively

3. Money supply and Interest rates designed to benefit society

1.00pm Lunch break

2.00pm Break-out sessions to finalise their views.

2.30pm Report back by each break-out group and discussion

3.30pm Coffee/tea break

4.00pm James Quilligan to sum up setting out the potential for future action

4.30pm Close


The charge for the conference is £20, £15 for concessions, to include lunch and teas/coffees.

Payment to CCMJ can be made as follows:

  1. By cash or cheque over a Nationwide branch counter, or,

electronically to CCMJ, sort code 070093, account number 1197/702170451.

  1. Cheques direct to CCMJ, c/o Peter Challen, 21 Bousfield Road, LondonSE14 5TP.
  2. On registration on the day. But, to ensure a place, advise in advance.

All those planning to attend should confirm attendance by email to John Lipetz at johnlipetz@hotmail.com or to Peter Challen at peterchallen@gmail.com, also indicating which break-out session they wish to join ie 1. Taxation, 2. Financial services, or 3. Money and interest. Note that the venue is limited to 75 to 80 places.