Thirty-five people attended Titus Alexander's talk on 'How can we influence world politics,' on Saturday, 4th March. His presentation was aimed at campaigning organisations who want to influence the centres of power arguing that the keys to change are to know what you want to change, to know who has the power to bring about a desired change and how to campaign to achieve the desired outcome.
During his presentation, Titus used audience participation to introduce and discuss topics such as vision in politics, and he presented models and charts to explain his points. In a very lively question and answer session, Titus used apartheid as an example of power and politics.
Trevor Evans, UNA Harpenden