FORA.tv Speaker - Simon Fanshawe

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Biography

Simon Fanshawe is a writer, broadcaster and a non-exec director in the public and private sector. He once won the Perrier Award for comedy at the Edinburgh Fringe. Currently Chair of the University of Sussex and of the Brighton and Hove Economic Partnership, he writes in The Guardian and other publications on arts, culture, politics, innovation and leadership. Active in politics and the Labour Party, he was formerly Chairman of War on Want and a co-founder of Stonewall, the lesbian and gay equality lobby. He is a consultant on leadership and change in business and public and third sector organisations. He also makes TV and radio programmes.

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Radicalism Then and Now: The Legacy of 1968

11.02.08 | 01:37:41 min | 0 comments