To mark the 500th anniversary of King’s College Chapel in Cambridge, the King’s Politics Society is hosting two events to celebrate the college’s legacy and its alumni – in particular, computer scientist and WWII code-breaker Alan Turing, and pioneering economist John Maynard Keynes.
Index is delighted to be taking part in the first of these debates, asking: can liberty survive in the information age?
Baron Rees of Ludlow – UK Astronomer Royal
Charles Clarke – Former Home Secretary and Labour MP
Eben Upton – Co-Founder of the Raspberry Pi, which has sold over 5 million units across the world, making it the fastest-selling British personal computer
Jodie Ginsberg – Chief Executive of Index on Censorship
When: Tuesday June 16, 7.30pm
Where: King’s College Chapel, Cambridge
Tickets via The King’s Politics Society