2020 Vision Seminar

Tuesday 15 – Thursday 17 August

£36 per day pre-booked, £42 on the day, £16 per session, £18 on the day, £90 for all three days if booked before 8 August, £100 from 8 August

Join Clive Lawton and guest speakers for a three day seminar looking at Israel and the world since The Six Day War in 1967.

The programme is subject to change.

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Tuesday 15 August
All Day
Israel 1967: Setting the Scene (10.15am-11.30am)
With Clive Lawton OBE

Reunification of Jerusalem and It's Ramifications (12noon-1pm)
With Hagai Segal

Was the Six Day War Good for Israel (2-4pm)
Hagai Segal & Daniella Peled in conversation with Clive Lawton 
Daniella Peled is the editor at the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR). A former foreign editor of the Jewish Chronicle, she writes widely on Israel and Palestine and is a regular contributor to Ha'aretz.

Wednesday 17 August
All Day
Did Youth Call the Shots? (10.15am-11.15am)
With Clive Lawton OBE

From the Kitchen to the Moon - Changes in Technology & Science (11.30am-12.30pm)
With Clive Lawton OBE

Did the Cold War Thaw? (1.30-2.30pm)
With Michael Whine, Director, Government and International Affairs at the Community Security Trust

Shrinking the World - Bringing the World to the UK (3-4pm)
With Clive Lawton OBE 

Thursday 18 August
All Day
Trends the Sixties Started (10.30am-11.30am)
With Clive Lawton OBE

The Music of 1967 (12noon-1pm)
With Maureen Kendler
Using clips and music, and of course, Sergeant Pepper.

50 years on, is anything left of the 60s? (2-4pm)
With Clive Lawton OBE, Maureen Kendler and David Herman