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oikos LEAP Webinar “Campaigning in Universities”

oikos LEAP Webinar “Campaigning in Universities” with Sophia Tickell (open to everyone)

Learn how to campaign in universities to integrate sustainability in economics and management.

Date: 10.04.2018

Time: 18:00 CET

About Speakers:

Sophia Tickell is Co-Founder and Partner at Meteos. She is a specialist in research-based, high-level facilitation of cross-sector dialogues that aim to achieve better alignment between corporate and public interests. Mrs. Tickell is also a researcher, writer and analyst with specific expertise in banking, healthcare, climate change and food. She has over fifteen years’ experience of running high-level, multi-stakeholder dialogues between senior stakeholders in the pharmaceutical, banking and energy sectors. She has a long-term interest and commitment in ensuring that the financial system is restored to its role of service and is more responsive to social and environmental needs in its investment practices. She has extensive board and advisory experience. She is currently an external advisor to the Corporate Responsibility Committee of GlaxoSmithKline’s Board and to the company’s CEO and a Non-Executive Direct of Liontrust Asset Management plc and adviser to their Sustainable Futures Funds.


J.Christopher Proctor is the oikos Pluralist Economics Associate. He studied Economics, Political Science and History at the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA) before enrolling in the Economic Policies in the Age of Globalization Master program at Kingston University London and the University of Paris 13. He is an active organizer with Rethinking Economics, a student movement campaigning to improve and invigorate economics, and is a co-editor of the forthcoming book Rethinking Economics: An introduction to pluralist economics. His academic interests are varied and include economic history, economics of higher education, transition economics, and Keynesian macroeconomics.


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