The Blackie Foundation Trust undertakes a variety of activities to raise funds to support its aims of increasing awareness of the benefits of homeopathy.
The Trust hosts a series of lectures, the latest of which was held during the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital's biennial conference in 2006. In the past, lectures have been held at the Chelsea Physic Garden, the Museum of Garden History, and the headquarters of the Royal College of General Practitioners in Kensington.
Topics have ranged from the challenging "Homeopathy: a Waste of Time?" , to the questioning, "Is there a bridge between homeopathy and conventional medicine?" For a list of lectures and downloadable transcripts of many of them, click here.
Other events include Fork Suppers where smaller groups usually expand on a single theme in a less formal atmosphere.
The Trust was one of the main sponsors of the 2003 Royal London Homeopathic Hospital's conference; "Bridging the Credibility Gap."
The Trust also sends representatives to some of the leading homeopathic meetings in Great Britain and overseas; and their comprehensive reports ensure the Trust is kept fully aware of developments in homeopathy and related medical activities worldwide.
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