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CEJ Meeting, 21st July, London

Dear IU-members - living or working in or around London, UK,

TheIU, by its observer, follows keenly the initiatives and efforts made by the Coalition for Economic Justice (CEJ)* that propagates the idea of public collection of Land-Value Taxation for the benefit of all citizens to practical politicians and to boards of political, philosophical and ideological organisations.

TheIU wishes to turn your attention to the next Public Meeting arranged by the Coalition to take place:

21st July 2010, at 6 p.m.

School of Economic Science, London

11 Mandeville Place (near Bond Street tube station)

Attenders will discuss:

Citizens Income

after presentations by:

David Triggs (for it), Carol Wilcox (against it), Tommas Graves (reservations)

No admission fee!

Ask for prepared papers to be e-mailed to your e-address free of charge in advance of the meeting:

* CEJ is joined by organisations from various faiths, from various political parties, and from other organisations all urging for Justice and Equality.

Symposium at University of Lincoln

Land Taxation: a policy for the future?

University of Lincoln: Monday 28 June 2010, 10:30am-3:30pm

The aim of this one day symposium is to examine what policy makers today can learn from previous attempts to implement land taxation. Themes to be addressed include: Read more

Call for IU Project Submissions - by JUNE 10th 2010

Thank you for your support and attendance at our recent Global Conference held last week in London.

During our recent Global Conference in the Executive Committee meeting held on Wednesday the 28th April a resolution was passed appointing a Sub-Committee (to be chaired and its members appointed by the President), with the purpose of studying the proposals of the IU members in relation to new strategies to promote our ideas.

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