Special AFLSE DC Chapter Event - Simon Hix, Tony Travers at Meridian House 8/28

 

          

We are pleased to invite you to an exciting special event happening this month in DC:

The Latest From Britain: An Evening with LSE Experts

Please join us for an evening with LSE Professors Tony Travers and Simon Hix as they discuss
British Public Opinion and the coming General Election, and Britain and Europe. Introductory remarks will be given by Ambassador Stuart Holliday (MA International History 1991)

Thursday, August 28th, 2014
6:30-8:30pm

Kindly hosted by Meridian International Center

Meridian House
1630 Crescent Place, NW
Washington DC 20009
(map)

Reception to follow. Registration is free for all attendees, but must be recieved in advance. Space is limited. Kindly respond online by clicking here or by phone to 646-442-2895.  

 

About the Speakers


Simon Hix is Professor of European and Comparative Politics and Head of the at the LSE.  He is a renowned expert on European and EU politics, European elections and the European Parliament, and Britain’s relationship with the EU.  He has held visiting professor appointments at inter alia Stanford, Berkeley, UC San Diego, Sciences-Po in Paris, and the Korean Institute for International Economic Policy in Seoul.  He regular provides advice to the EU institutions and the British government and written and oral evidence to the European affairs committees in the House of Commons and the House of Lords.  Simon is also a Fellow of the British Academy.

Tony Travers is a Professor in the Department of Government at LSE and Director of British Government at LSE. He is a an expert on British and urban politics, city government and London.  He has been a member of the UK Audit Commission, recently chaired the London Finance Commission and is currently a member of the City Growth Commission.  He has been an advisor to a number of major foundations in the UK and the US and has given written and oral evidence to the Public Accounts Committee, the Education Committee and Communities & Local Government Committee of the House of Commons.  He writes and broadcasts in Britain and internationally. 

 



Washington, DC: The Latest from Britain
Thursday, 08/28/14 at 6:30pm
You are cordially invited to British Public Opinion and the coming General Election, and Britain and Europe.

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