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First World Conference on Interest-free Money

First World Conference on Interest-free Money — 1st – 2nd November 2010 The Conference had a confluence of forces resulting in a new situation with massive potential. Conference outcomes: • Policy for the Here and Now • Next conference and centre of … Continue reading

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GJM News Update

January 2006: Rodney Shakespeare has been very busy. In September 2005, he was teaching in Jakarta on the IEF postgraduate programme and also attended a teaching confcerence at McGill university, Montreal. In November, there was a big Islamic Development Bank … Continue reading

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GJM Progress Report

1. Peter Challen and Colin Whitmill made a talking tour in New Zealand during April 2005 which included interviews, broadcasts, a TV appearance and talks in eight cities. He supported New Zealand Democrats for Social Credit in their endeavour to … Continue reading

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Universities take up Global Justice

Trisakti and Chittagong make tremendous start In August, 2004 Rodney Shakespeare was in Jakarta, Indonesia for the inauguration ceremony of the postgraduate programme in Islamic Economics & Finance at The Triskati University. Rodney (possibly with Global Table member Tarek el-Diwany) … Continue reading

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Islamic Conference in Indonesia

Rodney Shakespeare will be the main speaker in an important Islamic Conference in Indonesia: 26th/27th January, 2004. The Global Justice Movement is unique in that it has a range of specific policies which can be implemented in Western AND in Islamic … Continue reading

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Monetary Reform Innovator Wins Award

The Attwood Awards will be held on the evening of October 30th 2003 at the Birmingham and Midland Institute, chaired by John Johansen-Berg. The concerns of Thomas Attwood (1783 to 1856 ), Birmingham’s first MP, namely participative decentralised democracy, the … Continue reading

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New Initiatives for Public Finance

New Initiatives for Public Finance ~ a big idea for the TUC Congress. John Courtneige and David Soori in their article in the September issue of the Voice of the Unions (1st August 2003), brings two parliamentary Early Day Motions (EDMs … Continue reading

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The Best Democracy Money Can Buy

Here are some pictures from the launch evening – sometime in 2002 – of Gregory Palast’s book, “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy” – which was attended by members of the Global Table – here is a link to information … Continue reading

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