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Families and Modern Democracy

A 'Chinese' View of Democracy: Looking at China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Concern over the present state of the world - its tensions and disparities - fosters in many people the uneasy combination of two sensations: those of urgency and powerlessness. We feel that something must be done before it is too late, but we have little idea of what we as individuals, or as families, or as groups of friends, can possibly do to stem the tide.


Prof Paul Ginsborg | talks


Date and Time:

8 November 2005 at 6:00 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



The Westminster Forum
University of Westminster
32-38 Wells St, 5th Floor

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Centre for the Study of Democracy
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