Independent Seminar on the Open Society

ISOS  is a one-day conference for 6th form students of subjects such as Politics, Economics, Philosophy and History. Named after the seminal book The Open Society and its Enemies by the philosopher Karl Popper, ISOS explores the principles and practicalities of an open, free and tolerant society, whilst the programme is designed to compliment and supplement A-level syllabi.

The next ISOS will be held in Westminster on Tuesday, 18th November. Amongst those already confirmed are the ASI’s own Dr Madsen Pirie, Steve Baker MP,  Emma Carr of Big Brother Watch and James Zuccollo from Reform.

ISOS is free of charge, and students are welcome to attend either independently or as part of a school booking. See here for further details and to reserve a place at November’s conference, please email Charlotte at schools@adamsmith.org.

The Entrepreneurs Network – Power Lunch with Lord Bilimoria

Lord Bilimoria is a crossbench peer, chancellor of the University of Birmingham and chairman and founder of Cobra Beers. Find out more about him here.