Public policy and architecture at Carnegie library

architectural image of library
Carnegie Library in Herne Hill

Public policy and architecture are just some of the matters being discussed at Carnegie library this month. Here is a brief overview of the exciting talks that anyone can attend:

Public services with Deborah Harrington on Tuesday 14 November

Deborah Harrington, co-director at the think tank Public Matters, is in Carnegie Library to talk about public policy and modern monetary theory.

She will provide insight and fresh perspectives on the future of public services.  

Harrington will also provide answers to the long debated question of how money can be created for essential public services including the NHS, schools, pensions, and libraries.

From 7 to 8.30pm, with free tea and coffee served from 6.30pm

Free tickets here.

Libraries and architecture with Dr Oriel Prizeman on 25 November

A leading expert on Carnegie libraries – founded by the US steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie – is set to host a discussion about the past, present, and future of Carnegie Libraries.

Dr Oriel Prizeman will detail the history and ethos of the libraries on Saturday 25 November from 2.30 to 4pm.

If you are interested in architectural history, this is the talk for you.

Free tickets here.

Other events in Lambeth libraries this month can be found here.

Carnegie Library, 192 Herne Hill Road London SE24 0AG