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Authority in the Era of Populism

What is required of a good leader in an age of disruption? Louise Casey, Mary Kaldor, Jamie Bartlett, Heather Rabbatts, Rupert Reid and Anne McElvoy debate the question at the LSE.

What is required of a good leader in an age of disruption? Jamie Bartlett, Professor Mary Kaldor, Dame Louise Casey, Dame Heather Rabbatts and Rupert Reid debate at the London School of Economics. Anne McElvoy chairs.

Jamie Bartlett is writer and technology industry analyst at the think tank Demos.

Mary Kaldor is Professor of Global Governance at LSE.

Louise Casey is former head of the Respect Task Force, the UK’s first Victims’ Commissioner, director general of Troubled Families.

Heather Rabbatts is former chief executive of the London boroughs of Lambeth, Merton, and Hammersmith and Fulham.

Rupert Reid is Director of Research and Strategy at the centre-right think tank Policy Exchange

The London School of Economics Festival New World Disorders runs from February 25th to 2nd March http://www.lse.ac.uk/Events/LSE-Festival/NewWorldDisorders

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