Time: 7pm for 7.30pm start
Venue: St Peter De Beauvoir, Northchurch Terrace, London N1 4DA
STEVE MOORE: “”The UK should follow Canada by legalising and regulating cannabis.”
JAVIER PES: “It’s time to reclaim public art.”
ALICIA WESTON: “Do we need to teach people how to cook?”
Javier Pes is UK editor of artnet. Prior to this he was editor of The Art Newspaper, where he also worked as deputy editor. Before joining The Art Newspaper, he edited Museum Practice magazine for the UK Museums Association. A curator turned journalist, Javier began his career working at the Museum of London followed by Reading Museums, focusing on social history.
Steve Moore is an expert on drug policy. He the director of Volteface, an influential UK-based think tank looking at alternatives to current drug policies.
Alicia Weston is a social entrepreneur with a diverse background. Originally a published research scientist, she went on to work for 18 years in emerging market investment banking. After leaving the City, she worked for the New Economics Foundation, developing a new model to finance social housing in the UK.
Alicia is the founder of two social ventures; Parkholme Supperclub, a leading London supperclub, and Bags of Taste, a programme which which aims to improve the diet and finances of people in or at risk of food poverty.