Programme 2001

The lectures start at 10am, with the speakers listed.

The lunch box will cost 3, preferably pre-booked. Coffee etc. will be supplied all day. We have our own small kitchen.

During the second session, members of ManKind will spend five minutes outlining their personal case, and pointing the audience to further details on the www.

The third session will be taken up with discussion about future strategy to address censorship/suppression.

 

Rooms 7, 8, 9 are booked at Friends House from 9.30am to 4.30pm. We then repair to the Quaker International Centre (QIC), 1-3 Byng Place, 300 yards south, away from Euston Station, down to the end of Gordon St. At QIC, where we have booked the William Penn House from 5pm to 9pm. We have our own kitchen.

There will be a break for dinner from 6pm to 7pm.

Dinner at QIC costs 6, preferably pre-booked.

Ivor Catt 10sep01

 

10.00 Conference chairman's opening remarks

10.05 ManKind Chairman's opening remarks

1 10.15 Roland Primus

2 10.30 Neil Hamilton

3 11.15 Robert Whiston, Chairman, ManKind

4 11.30 Hilary Seddon

5 11.45 Sue Warman

6 12.15 Anthony Pace

7 12.30 Mark Harris

12.45 Lunch

8 13.45 Theocharis

9 14.15 Dr. Harold Hillman

10 14.45 Dr. Dave Walton

11 15.15 James Bogle

12 16.00 Geoffrey Ben-Nathan

13 17.00 Dr. Brian Robertson

14 17.30 Rae West

18.00 Dinner

19.00 Discussion, brains trust

21.00 Close

 

Ivor Catt 12.00 thu13sep01