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Come to our Conference, 6 March 2004

March 5, 2004 12:00 AM

It's the Quality of Life (Stupid!)

A special one-day conference about wellbeing, sustainable economics and politics as if people mattered.

11am - 6pm, Saturday 6 March 2004. University of London Union, Malet Street

University of London Union Website

Getting there: multimap


We're richer as a nation than ever before, but we aren't any happier. Public services are in a mess and our living environment is under threat.

The GREEN LIBERAL DEMOCRATS have called his conference to discuss and develop ideas on wellbeing and sustainability with specific regard to the Party's manifesto for the General Election. The day is intended to be a mix of speeches and general discussion with breakout sessions planned for brainstorming and developing specific ideas. The conclusions of the conference will be submitted to the Party's Federal Policy Committee and the wider party for consideration.

Keynote Speaker: Simon Hughes MP

Simon Hughes MP is a founding member and Vice President of the Green Liberal Democrats and the Liberal Democrat Candidate for London Mayor.


Other Speakers:

Antonia Swinson

Antonia Swinson is an acclaimed writer and award winning journalist and broadcaster. For six years she wrote the 'Passing Comment; column in the Business section of Scotland on Sunday and for two years contributed the groundbreaking 'Mammon' column in the Church of Scotland monthly magazine Life & Work. Swinson also writes regularly for The Big Issue Scotland , New Consumer Magazine and Land & Liberty Magazine and is an occasional contributor to BBC Radio 4's 'Thought For The Day', and Channel Four's 'Faith Without Walls'. Her latest book - 'Root Of All Evil? How To Make Spiritual Values Count' - has recently been published.

Antonia Swinson's website

Nic Marks

Nic Marks is an associate of the New Economics Foundation.

New Economics Foundation

Registration costs £5 to Green Liberal Democrat members, £7 to members of supporting organisations and £10 for standard registration.