The hacking scandal under the Murdoch empire has exposed both corruption and cronyism amongst the media, police and political establishments. But it has also exposed the lack of democracy in society. How do we respond?
Journalist Laurie Penny, media commentator, Des Freedman, author and Reader at Goldsmiths University, and James Meadway, acclaimed economist, come together to discuss the media, democracy and power in a world of growing crisis.
Wednesday, 20 July, 6.30pm
62 Marchmont Street
London WC1N 1AB
(closest tube: Russell Square)
Feyzi Ismail teaches at Goldsmiths, University of London, and is active in UCU
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