LETS CO-OPERATE
Conference held on Saturday November 23rd 2002
at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1
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Welcome

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The economy of the event

Programme of workshops

Venue details

Accommodation

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Outline Programme

This programme is flexible until it happens: room allocations may be adjusted in the light of numbers of participants indicating an interest in each topic area at enrolment stage, some topics are repeated to cater for people travelling from other outside London.

REGISTER in the FOYER and LOBBY (where refreshments will be available throughout the day and evening)

 

MAIN HALL -

Plenaries will consist of 5-10 min introductions by each presenter of workshops in the session which follows.

ARTISTS ROOM (18) behind the stage 2nd floor

CLUB ROOM (50) behind stage 3rd floor - carpeted and has tea facilities

BROCKWAY ROOM (100) off corridor next to kitchen BERTRAND RUSSELL ROOM (45) further along corridor TOWER ROOM 1 (15) 2nd floor up staircase off the corridor TOWER ROOM 2 (15) 3rd floor up stairs off the corridor
10-11am
11-11.30am Opening Plenary

11.30-1pm Trading, Information Stands & Computer Software Demonstrations Andrew Nicholson & Julie Chauffier - Software developments for LETS with demonstrations of standalone an web-based systems Community Building (closed session) Individual Skills. Group Dynamics. Taster Workshop with Ruth & Lindy from CB in Britain. History & development of LETS Michael Linton on the history of LETS, Malcolm Currie reports from the Midlands, Peter North reports on LETS research in the UK

Co-operative Business: the Co-operative
Group's aims in respect of the wider Co-op Movement, plus the Community
Dividend scheme with Val Derbyshire

with Chris Cook as below

Space for small group or individual therapy

Individual Aromatherapy & Shiatsu sessions by appointment

1-2pm Lunchtime Music with Hugh Harris " Lunch
2.2.30pm Interim Plenary
2.30-4pm Trading, Information Stands & Computer Software Demonstrations

Andrew Nicholson & Woody Bronson - Software developments for LETS with demonstrations of standalone an web-based systems

Community Building (closed session) Individual Skills. Group Dynamics. Taster Workshop with Ruth & Lindy from CB in Britain.

The global movement for complementary currencies - Peter North reports from Argentina, Malcolm Currie and Michael Linton report from Japan

Co-operatives models for LETS: Unintended Consequences - a new cooperative partnership model - Chris Cook

with Val Derbyshire as above

Space for small group or individual therapy

Individual Aromatherapy & Shiatsu sessions by appointment

4-5pm Teatime Music with Jackie Grant " Tea
5-5.30pm Final Plenary - - -
5.30-7pm "Stirworm the Hungry Sea Dragon" musical entertainment with Steven Barron for children 3-8 years Andrew Nicholson & Woody Bronson - Software developments for LETS with demonstrations of standalone an web-based systems Community Building (closed session) Individual Skills. Group Dynamics. Taster Workshop with Ruth & Lindy from CB in Britain. Rev Peter Challen & John Courtneidge Monetary Justice - an Interfaith Perspective (the issue of usury) - - -
7-8pm " Supper - - -
8-10pm Entertainments until 11pm with LETSswing Band and Friends Children's Activities - - -