Debt and the Future of Democracy
David Graeber is the man of the hour. Anthropologist and theorist of the Occupy movement, he has delivered the "definitive book about the crisis" (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung), entitled "Debt". Now Graeber comes to Switzerland for the first time. At GDI, exclusively, he explains why all debts should be cancelled to overcome the crisis and how we can shape a better future.
Formerly at Yale and now professor at the LSE, Graeber stands up for anarchy and political action. In his talk, he drafts a path to a utopia where capitalism no longer rules over our lives, and technological progress and direct democracy will be reality at last.
Have your say about the evening. Send your questions for David Graeber to the project director, Mr Frerk Froböse: email@example.com. And feel free to join the conversation on Twitter, using the hashtag #GraeberGDI!
Welcome and Introduction
Speech and Discussion
Host: Haig Simonian
Apéro and Networking
10 October 2013
CHF 120.- per participant
CHF 30.- for students (limited spaces available)
The fee has to be paid in advance. The fee includes all food and beverages (including VAT). Participants registering less than two weeks before the event can pay by credit card only.
English (no translation)