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“How best can we meet the global economic and security challenges of our time”

Charles gave the following speech to the Sol Price School of the University of Southern California. A summary of the video can be found here: And the full speech can be found here: USC Speech    

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“How best can we meet the global economic and security challenges of our time”

Charles gave the following speech to the Sol Price School of the University of Southern California. A summary of the video can be found here: And the full speech can be found here: USC Speech    

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Mechanism for social progress – Article for Public Finance

Charles wrote an article for Public Finance, outlining how Public-private partnerships are the only way forward for infrastructure projects and we need to make them work. The full article can be found here: Public Finance Opinion Piece: Mechanism for social progress

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Mechanism for social progress – Article for Public Finance

Charles wrote an article for Public Finance, outlining how Public-private partnerships are the only way forward for infrastructure projects and we need to make them work. The full article can be found here: Public Finance Opinion Piece: Mechanism for social progress

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Integrating Communities Strategy Green Paper

Charles Clarke and Linda Woodhead submitted to the government’s consultation on their “Integrating Communities Strategy Green Paper”:- http://faithdebates.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/INTEGRATED-COMMUNITIES-SUBMISSION-FINAL.pdf This was covered in the Times on Saturday June 9th:- https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/taking-children-out-of-re-lessons-should-be-banned-rc65kg350 and Charles Clarke was interviews on BBC Sunday on Sunday June

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Integrating Communities Strategy Green Paper

Charles Clarke and Linda Woodhead submitted to the government’s consultation on their “Integrating Communities Strategy Green Paper”:- http://faithdebates.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/INTEGRATED-COMMUNITIES-SUBMISSION-FINAL.pdf This was covered in the Times on Saturday June 9th:- https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/taking-children-out-of-re-lessons-should-be-banned-rc65kg350 and Charles Clarke was interviews on BBC Sunday on Sunday June

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Charles Clarke defends New Labour’s ‘patchy’ record on public service reform

Charles answered questions to an MA class on the ‘Blair Years’ taught at Kings College London. During the talk, Charles was asked about issues ranging from a graduate tax rather than contingent fees, to private and public funding in the

Charles Clarke defends New Labour’s ‘patchy’ record on public service reform

Charles answered questions to an MA class on the ‘Blair Years’ taught at Kings College London. During the talk, Charles was asked about issues ranging from a graduate tax rather than contingent fees, to private and public funding in the

Charles participated in the Question Time Panel for Commission on Religious Education’s ‘The Interim Report’

Charles participated in the Question Time Panel of the Commission on Religious Education’s ‘The Interim Report’ at the NASACRE / AREIAC Conference. Further information can be found here.

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Charles participated in the Question Time Panel for Commission on Religious Education’s ‘The Interim Report’

Charles participated in the Question Time Panel of the Commission on Religious Education’s ‘The Interim Report’ at the NASACRE / AREIAC Conference. Further information can be found here.

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The Worcester Lecture, Worcester Cathedral

THE WORCESTER LECTURE   “How can we get truth back to the centre of public debate?” Rt Hon Charles Clarke speaking in Worcester Cathedral November 21st 2017   This evening I intend to address the ways in which politics, the

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The Worcester Lecture, Worcester Cathedral

THE WORCESTER LECTURE   “How can we get truth back to the centre of public debate?” Rt Hon Charles Clarke speaking in Worcester Cathedral November 21st 2017   This evening I intend to address the ways in which politics, the

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University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Terror and Security   Lecture at the University of Southern California By the Rt Hon Charles Clarke October 19th 2017   Introduction   I would like to start by thanking Professor Jonathan Aronson and Professor Lord Eatwell for their invitation

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University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Terror and Security   Lecture at the University of Southern California By the Rt Hon Charles Clarke October 19th 2017   Introduction   I would like to start by thanking Professor Jonathan Aronson and Professor Lord Eatwell for their invitation

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Charles Clarke in conversation with Stephen Timms MP

Charles Clarke in the third 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia, in conversation with Stephen Timms MP. The full debate can be found here. 

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Charles Clarke in conversation with Stephen Timms MP

Charles Clarke in the third 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia, in conversation with Stephen Timms MP. The full debate can be found here. 

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What are ‘British values’?

Charles Clarke chaired the second 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “What are ‘British values’?” The full debate can be found here. 

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What are ‘British values’?

Charles Clarke chaired the second 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “What are ‘British values’?” The full debate can be found here. 

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Free speech, hate speech, faith speech

Charles Clarke chaired the first 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “Free speech, hate speech, faith speech”. The debate can be found here. 

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Free speech, hate speech, faith speech

Charles Clarke chaired the first 2017 Keswick Hall lecture at the University of East Anglia on the subject of “Free speech, hate speech, faith speech”. The debate can be found here. 

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