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The LSESU Development Society is dedicated to engaging the LSE community with discussion regarding international development. Each term, it hosts events that often include panels, film screenings, discussions, socials, and debates to offer a platform for discussion to students with an interest in in the field.
Last week, I attended their Development = Progress? panel, and it was a really intriguing discussion about the definition of development. The panelists, Alpa Shah from the Department of Anthropology, Paul Stock from the Department of International History, and James Putzel and EA Brett from the Department of International Development, shed some insight on the concept of development as it is interpreted within their respective disciplines. This cross-disciplinary approach to the discussion offered the attendees a unique perspective on the definitions of development and progress, and I found myself learning quite a bit about a field I was previously unfamiliar with. The event was held with the LSESU Terra Society, which works to promote land rights for indigenous communities.
Be sure to check out their Facebook page for more information about future events and how you can get involved.
To join the LSESU Development Society click here or head to the Activities Resource Centre (ARC) on the first floor of the Students’ Union Building.
Hi all,I’m really happy to finally roll out your 6 months free access to the New York Times/International New York Times online and on mobile. Please find instructions below and follow them carefully!Unfortunately the access doesn’t extend to tablets but should be extremely helpful regardless and saves you a lot of money!In addition to our earlier access arrangement with the Financial Times, LSESU has this year saved members c.£800 *each* on publications. I also hope the many IR/History/Government students who requested this earlier in the year are duly satisfied.
Have a nice day!
Jay StollLSESU General Secretary
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on Thursday 20th March, from 1 - 2pm in the Old Theatre, Old Building.
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