My Fair London, The Equality Trust and Toynbee Hall are delighted to welcome renowned author, Ann Pettifor, to discuss how the Green New Deal can address growing inequalities and injustice in society. The COVID19 pandemic exposes an economic system unable to meet the needs of people and planet and Ann’s work offers an alternative way to #BuildBackBetter in its aftermath.
About Ann Pettifor
Ann Pettifor is a political economist, author and public speaker, known for her work on sovereign debt and the international financial architecture. She led the Jubilee 2000 debt campaign and is Director of Policy Research in Macroeconomics (PRIME). Ann is based in London and holds a variety of posts: including Chair of the advisory board of Goldsmith’s College Political Economy Research Centre; an honorary fellowship at City University’s Political Economy Research Centre, and is also a fellow of the New Economics Foundation.
Date: Tuesday 5th May 2020
Location: via Zoom, details will be emailed to you before the webinar
This meeting is free, but we will be asking for give-what-you-can donations when you register which will go towards the costs of setting up the webinar and setting up similar webinars.
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