↑We have 70 men from the universities up for this Week as I write.↓
Monday, Dec. 12 to Dec. 19, 1921
MOST OF THE LONDON SETTLEMENTS ARE [COOPERATING]
All correspondence should be addressed to:
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12th. --
6.30 p.m. -- Assemble at Toynbee Hall.
7 p.m. -- Dinner.
8 p.m. -- Reception by Wardens and Residents of London Settlements.
8.30 p.m. -- Address by Principal A. E. Garvie, D.D.: "The Criticism of Christianity on Social Conditions."
At this meeting arrangements will be made for visitors to meet their hosts and hostesses.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13th --
10.30 a.m. -- The Right Hon. Dr. C. Addison, M.P., in the Chair.
1 -- The Houses. W. E. McG. Eagar, (Warden of Oxford and Bermondsey Club.)
2 -- The People. Alec Patterson.
AFTERNOON -- Visits to Slum Areas.
EVENING -- Work of the Poor Man's Lawyer Society. Discussions with local Trade Unions.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14th --
10.30 a.m. -- B. S. Rowntree in the Chair.
The Abolition of Slums. Raymond Unwin, F.R.I.B.A.
Town Planning. Capt. R. L. Reiss.
AFTERNOON -- Visits (see special announcements).
EVENING -- 8 p.m. -- The work of the Municipality. C. R. [Attlee], M.A. [page 3]
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15th --
10.30 a.m. -- (1) Wages. J. J. Mallon (Warden of Toynbee Hall.)
(2) Unemployment. Ernest Bevin.
2.30 p.m. -- Protection of Life and Health of Workers. R. E. Graves, C.B.E. (H.M. Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories.)
AFTERNOON -- Visit to Woolwich Arsenal.
EVENING -- Debate with Toynbee Debating Society.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16th --
10.30 a.m. -- Cecil Leeson (Howard Association) in the Chair.
(1) The Fact of Crime. Clarke Hall, (Juvenile Courts).
(2) The Punishment of Crime. Fenner Brockway.
AFTERNOON -- (see special announcement).
EVENING 8 p.m. -- The International Aspect of the Industrial Question. E. F. Wise, C.B.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17th -
10.30 a.m. -- Albert Mansbridge in the Chair.
(1) Education. Sir Robert Blair, M.A., LL.D.
(2) Adult Education. Arthur Greenwood, B.Sc. and Basil Yeaxlee, B.A.
SUNDAY, 5.15 -- The Aims and Methods of Social Study in the University. A. H. Mess, B.A.
8.15 -- The Contribution of Christianity to Social Reconstruction. Maude Roydon. [page 4]
The morning meetings will be held at 10.30 a.m. There will be a discussion at the close of each lecture.
The afternoons will be occupied with visits to Special Housing Schemes, Slum Areas, Factories, Hospitals and other places which illustrate the morning Lectures. (See separate leaflet.)
Small parties will be arranged to visit the docks in order to see the conditions under which dock [laborers] are employed.
Short devotional services will be held each morning in St. Judes Church at 10 a.m. except Sunday. The Rev. T. Pym and The Rev. Malcolm Spencer will take these services.