On March 10, my friend Dr. Albert Harrison, wrote me a brief message telling me about his participation in an activity I was not aware of before.
“I made a presentation to the British Royal Society in January when they staged a meeting on the societal implications of SETI. This was one of 10 or 11 discussion meetings to help celebrate the Society's 350th birthday. I am attaching a flyer.”
The official title of the conference was: "The detection of extra-terrestrial life and the consequences for science and society".
I have found in the British publication “The Guardian” a good article dealing with that meeting.
See it at: