The King’s Politics Society is delighted to present you with a debate under the heading ‘Is organised religion a force for good?’ We are honoured to be welcoming some of Britain’s top thinkers to debate a hotly contested issue. All our events are completely free and open to everyone – above all, we aspire to be an inclusive and accessible hub for discussion and debate at the university, based in the centre of Cambridge city at one of its most historic and politically active colleges.
TAKE A LOOK AT THE EVENTS WE HELD DURING MICHAELMAS 2014, LENT 2015, OUR PARLIAMENTARY HUSTINGS AND CHAPEL 500TH DEBATES. NEXT UP:
Chapel 500th Anniversary – Legacy Debates
In 2015, as part of a series of events marking the 500th anniversary of the spectacular King’s College Chapel, we are proud to host two momentous events to celebrate the legacy of King’s college and its iconic alumni. In particular, the vibrant environment at King’s led and inspired two iconic figures who went on to redefine science and society: computer scientist and WWII codebreaker Alan Turing, and pioneering economist John Maynard Keynes.
Our second Chapel 500th debate, “What are the economic possibilities for our grandchildren?”, will take place on 16 November.