The Common Sense Network Tour – FINALE

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Date(s) - 01/07/2018
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

University College London

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It’s the FINALE!!

After taking our touring live show up and down the UK, we arrive at the final installment in London at the world-leading University College London. We chose such a global university because we know it is the home of diverse views and opinions and this is what #TCSTOUR is all about.

At TCS, we bring opposites under one roof, feminists, and ‘menists’, the political left, right and lovers of marmite and haters alike. We do this, in an attempt to find a ‘common sense’ (get it?) between views and to promote cross-cutting political dialogue. Debates on the night include

Free Speech: Is Free Speech in 21st Century Britain Dead? Has Political Correctness Gone Too Far?

Feminism: Why do only 7% of Britons consider themselves Feminists? Has Feminism Lost its Way?

Race: Does The Uk a Black Lives Matter Moment? Has The Royal Wedding Ended Racism?

On the night will also be performances, poetry and much more


Lord, Dr Michael Hastings, CBE ( Global Head of Citizenship, KPMG International )

Mike Omoniyi (Founder and CEO of The Common Sense Network, Founder + Director, OGGM)

Kenny Imafidon (Social Entrepreneur + CEO of ClearView Research)

Chante Joseph – Speaker and Writer

Kofi Dude – BBC Face of Hull

Dr Kehinde Andrews –  Director of the Centre for Critical Social Research + Founder of the Organisation of Black Unity, and co-chair of the Black Studies Association.

Angjela Nikaji  – President of the United Nations Society at the University of Birmingham

What is #TCSTOUR?

The Common Sense Network Tour is a fun and exciting way to get millennials in UK Universities and out, to think and discuss politics and current affairs critically, as well as engage in issues we collectively care about.

This tour will allow the audience the opportunity to interact and challenge the narratives we see in the mainstream media, by hearing opinions from both left wing and right wing and then leaving you to decide what you think.

Get involved and join us at the University College of London where you’ll see debates, keynote talks, entertainment, crowd interaction and much much more