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Sunday 27 October: 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Great St. Mary's Church, Senate House Hill, CB2 3PQ

Summary of address:
For many, political events both at home and abroad, have been deeply unsettling in recent years. The 2016 referendum, the election of Donald Trump in America; worries about climate change as well as political instability in the UK have left people feeling unsettled, insecure and anxious. At the same time, while technological change offers both the hope of unprecedented access to knowledge, entertainment and new ways of communicating and organising, it also raises serious threats around privacy and job insecurity. How should we respond to such turbulence, and how can we make sure that in times of such rapid change, we ensure that change works for everyone, not just the privileged few. Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner makes the case for collective responses to help everyone through insecure times.

Short Biography
Daniel Zeichner is Member of Parliament for Cambridge. He in a leading transport campaigner on the Transport Select Committee and earlier, a Shadow Transport minister.

Daniel is a keen environmentalist and an executive member of Labour’s national environmental campaign group (SERA), making the case for a shift to a greener tax policy. He is a member of Greenpeace.

Daniel is Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Data Analytics and a recognised Champion for the Internet Watch Foundation; also a national Champion for Cancer Research UK.

He is a lifelong pro-European voting throughout to keep Britain in the EU and Single Market.

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