I was delighted to be invited to present at the Amiel and Melburn Trust weekend where campaigners, activists and thinkers were brought together to exam contemporary capitalism and the economic crisis.
The Trust was founded in 1980 by Norman Melburn and named for his friend and fellow Marxist, the lawyer Barry Amiel. The general objectives of the Trust are to advance public education, learning and knowledge in all aspects of (a) the philosophy of Marxism (b) the history of socialism, and (c) the working class movement.
I talked about capitalism and gender inequality and had a great response to my talk. Gender often gets left out conversations of the economy I was glad to be there and hope to work with the Amiel and Melburn Trust again soon.