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Everyone is welcome to attend LSE's public events. From reflections by LSE Directors to the founding of the Gay Liberation Front, this selection of events all touch on aspects of LSE's history. Check individual event listings to find out how to register for your place.
Educate. Agitate. Organise.Ambedkar and LSE online exhibitionCurator: Daniel Payne
Square Haunting: five writers in London between the wars
The Long Ascent: confronting the crisis and building a more resilient economy
50 Years on From the Founding of the Gay Liberation Front: progress made since and applicability today
A Commitment to Welfare: the impact of Richard Titmuss on health and social policy
Hayekian Behavioural Economics
A Decade of Behavioural Science at LSE
Malinowski: anthropology, de-colonialism, and race
A Decade of Behavioural Science at LSE - Part 2
LSE Directors Reflect
Haldane and LSE: applying political philosophy to public service in today's polarised politics
Ambedkar: caste, constitution, gender
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