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The [[Salons]] debating initiative is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental [[LM network]].  The first salon was the [[New York Salon]], founded in 2005. <ref>[http://nysalon.org/salonoverviews/previous-events/ Previous Events], New York salon website, accessed 31 Oct 2010</ref> The first salon in the UK was the [[Brighton Salon]] in 2005: "The Salon revival began in 2005 when the Brighton Salon was launched by Dan Travis, Sean Bell and Rob Clowes." <ref>[http://www.derby.ac.uk/news/calling-all-great-thinkers-the-east-midlands-needs-you Calling All Great Thinkers: The East Midlands Needs You!], Derby University website, accessed 10 Dec 2010</ref> The three comprised a book club reading Capital Vol. 1. <ref>[http://www.thebrightonsalon.com/Salon-People/dan-travis.html Dan Travis], Brighton Salon website, accessed 2 Jan 2011</ref> The [[Manchester Salon]] was launched in 2006: "The Manchester Salon was inspired after a trip to London for the [[Battle of Ideas]] in 2006, and a desire to bring some of the flavour of those very engaging debates to Manchester - at least in between the annual Battle of Ideas festival." <ref>[http://www.manchestersalon.org.uk/about-the-salon.html About the Salon], Manchester Salon website, accessed 31 Oct 2010</ref> Other salons comprise the [[Belfast Salon]], the [[Birmingham Salon]], the [[Croydon Salon]], the [[East Midlands Salon]], the [[Huddersfield Salon]], the [[Leeds Salon]], the [[Lisbon Salon]], the [[London Legal Salon]] and the [[Sheffield Salon]]. The Salons are described by the [[Institute of Ideas]] which promotes their events as “inspired by the Institute of Ideas and run independently by groups and individuals across the country.” <ref>[http://www.instituteofideas.com/newsletters/june_2010.html Newsletter -June 2010], Institute of Ideas website, accessed 31 May 2010</ref>  Their organisers, speakers, themes and views are typical of the LM network and they in turn promote entities associated with the LM network such as the Battle of Ideas, [[Culture Wars]], Institute of Ideas, [[Manifesto Club]] and [[Spiked]].
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
The London Legal Salon was launched in September 2011.  
 
The London Legal Salon was launched in September 2011.  
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
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Revision as of 14:54, 3 September 2011

The Salons debating initiative is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network. The first salon was the New York Salon, founded in 2005. [1] The first salon in the UK was the Brighton Salon in 2005: "The Salon revival began in 2005 when the Brighton Salon was launched by Dan Travis, Sean Bell and Rob Clowes." [2] The three comprised a book club reading Capital Vol. 1. [3] The Manchester Salon was launched in 2006: "The Manchester Salon was inspired after a trip to London for the Battle of Ideas in 2006, and a desire to bring some of the flavour of those very engaging debates to Manchester - at least in between the annual Battle of Ideas festival." [4] Other salons comprise the Belfast Salon, the Birmingham Salon, the Croydon Salon, the East Midlands Salon, the Huddersfield Salon, the Leeds Salon, the Lisbon Salon, the London Legal Salon and the Sheffield Salon. The Salons are described by the Institute of Ideas which promotes their events as “inspired by the Institute of Ideas and run independently by groups and individuals across the country.” [5] Their organisers, speakers, themes and views are typical of the LM network and they in turn promote entities associated with the LM network such as the Battle of Ideas, Culture Wars, Institute of Ideas, Manifesto Club and Spiked.

The London Legal Salon was launched in September 2011.

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  1. Previous Events, New York salon website, accessed 31 Oct 2010
  2. Calling All Great Thinkers: The East Midlands Needs You!, Derby University website, accessed 10 Dec 2010
  3. Dan Travis, Brighton Salon website, accessed 2 Jan 2011
  4. About the Salon, Manchester Salon website, accessed 31 Oct 2010
  5. Newsletter -June 2010, Institute of Ideas website, accessed 31 May 2010