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TitleTalks given by Martin Wainwright
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Creator NameGuardian Newspapers Limited
DescriptionFile containing agendas, programmes and speech notes for talks given or events chaired by Martin Wainwright in his capacity as Northern editor of the Guardian. Events are wide ranging and include government conferences, community group meetings, awards ceremonies and launch events. Recurring topics for speeches include journalism, the role of the media, the north, the National Lottery and natural history.

Specific examples of events include: Fear of Crime conference, Harrogate, 2002; lecture on Crime, Disorder and the Perception of Bradford, nd; Hebden Bridge Literature Festival, 2010; Looking North conference, Leeds, 2010; CAAP Launch, Leeds, 2004; Rowntree Trusts - A Century of Seeking Change conference, 2005; BACEE-Guardian seminar on Reporting Minorities, 2004; discussion on the Role of Media in Relation to Community Tensions in Bradford, nd; debate on Building Britain - Leeds or Bradford, Who's got it right?, Leeds, 2007; public lecture on Journalism, Leeds, nd; Fundamentals of Local Government conference, London, 2008; Trees in our City event, Leeds, 1999; Liberal Democrats Leeds Annual Dinner, 2003; North South Divide photography symposium, nd; Big Lottery Fund Open Meeting, nd; opening of Broadcasting Place, Leeds, 2009; International Broadcasting Symposium, 1998; seminar on Regional Government in Yorkshire and the Humber, 2003; seminar on the Rural Crisis, 2003; Making Better Becks conference, Leeds, 2002; seminar on Public Art and the City, Manchester, 2001; talk on Butterfly Collecting, Leeds, 2002; Yorkshire in Europe conference, York, 2002; a conference on Social Enterprise, Social Economy: Moving Ahead, London, 2001 and a talk to the Arthur Ransome Society about Arthur Ransome and the Guardian, Grasmere, 1997.
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