Senate Room, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast
27th March: 7.00pm – 9.00pm (doors 6.30pm)

Have you ever wondered where money comes from and why there isn’t enough to go around? Ever questioned why politicians and economists seem to be able to create money out of thin air?

The history of money shows the scam of a millennia-old system which politicians and economists seem unable or unwilling to change even when ordinary citizens can understand the unfairness of banks being bailed out with tax-payers money. Money doesn’t grow on trees so where does it come from and who makes the decisions on how it is spent? At this event we will answer these questions and provide a possible solution which is democratically accountable.

Join us to find out more about the creation of money and why banking can be seen as a scam. Positive Money NI is a group of citizens who meet monthly in Belfast to educate ourselves about money and economics and to open up conversations by sharing ideas. No technical knowledge about economics or banking is required.

Age 14+.

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date & time

Wed. 27th March
7.00pm-9.00pm
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Senate Room, Queen’s University Belfast
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admission

This event is free

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