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Join us at one of our public events where we bring together politicians, policymakers, academics, and the public to debate the major challenges facing East London and the United Kingdom.

Introduction to Data Visualisation and Infographics with AddTwo Digital Introduction to Data Visualisation and Infographics with AddTwo Digital
Tuesday, April 16, 2024, 10:00 AM

As part of a new Queen Mary Policy Hub training programme, join a 3-hour hands-on workshop led by design experts focusing on how to turn data into a clear and compelling visual story.

One week to the polls ... the London Mayoral Election 2024 One week to the polls ... the London Mayoral Election 2024
Thursday, April 25, 2024, 11:00 AM

In this Mile End Institute webinar, Dr Elizabeth Simon will look ahead to the London Mayoral Election, with just a week to go until Polling Day.

Book Launch: Getting Over New Labour Book Launch: Getting Over New Labour
Tuesday, May 7, 2024, 6:30 PM

Join the Mile End Institute for a discussion about British politics, the Labour Party and Dr Karl Pike's new book - Getting Over New Labour - on 7 May.

Remembering John Smith: His Legacy and Lessons for Labour, 30 Years On Remembering John Smith: His Legacy and Lessons for Labour, 30 Years On
Thursday, May 9, 2024, 10:00 AM

To mark the 30th anniversary of John Smith's death, the Mile End Institute will be welcoming Yvette Cooper MP to give a keynote speech about Smith's legacy, followed by a panel discussion between academics and eyewitnesses. 

London, 1984: Conflict and Change in the Radical City London, 1984: Conflict and Change in the Radical City
Thursday, May 16, 2024, 6:00 PM

On Thursday 16 May, the Mile End Institute is pleased to celebrate the publication of Professor Stephen Brooke’s new book, London, 1984: Conflict and Change in the Radical City.

Make Surveys Sexy Again: Using surveys to evaluate impact Make Surveys Sexy Again: Using surveys to evaluate impact
Wednesday, May 29, 2024, 2:00 PM

This event, chaired by Laurie Reedman, will teach you how to design effective surveys that evaluate the impact of your work and how to analyse and interpret the survey responses.

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