Sign up for the David Hume Institute Winter 2015 seminar series - The Politicians and the Professionals

10th December 2014

Registration is now open for the David Hume Institute Winter 2015 seminar series

Politicians and the Professionals - 'What sort of Scotland do we wish to create?'

Supported by:
ICAS; the Law Society of Scotland; the RSE and the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

With the referendum and the Smith Commission process on further powers behind us, but the UK General Election and the 2016 Scottish Parliament elections still ahead, the Politicians & Professionals series of seminars provides a timely opportunity to listen to the five political party leaders and discuss with them the question: 'what sort of Scotland do we wish to create?''

We are pleased to invite you to the Winter Seminar Series 2015. Details are given below.

Members are entitled to free admittance to all events. There is a charge of £25.00 for non members for each seminar or £5.00 for students and full payment must be made for each registration. Please note that we accept payment by Visa, Mastercard, credit cards and Visa debit cards only. Please complete your details below and click continue to go to the registration pages.

Seminar Venue
The Seminars will be held at The Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ and will commence at 6pm.

1. Tuesday 13th January 2015 - 6pm
Speaker: Willie Rennie MSP (Leader Scottish LibDems)
Chair: Institute and faculty of Actuaries

2. Wednesday 21st January 2015 - 6pm
Speaker: Ruth Davidson MSP (Leader Scottish Conservative Party)
Chair: Director, DHI

3. Thursday 5th February 2015 - 6pm
Speaker: Patrick Harvie MSP (Leader Scottish Greens Party)
Chair: ICAS

4. Wednesday 18th February 2015 - 6pm
Speaker: Labour Party leader - TBC
Chair: The Law Society of Scotland

5. Wednesday 25th February 2015 - 6pm
Speaker: Nicola Sturgeon First Minister
Chair: The Royal Society of Edinburgh

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