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In line with The Centre for Progressive Policy’s impact and outreach strategy, events are at the core of the design and dissemination of our research. We host a wide range of events, from invite-only stakeholder events to our annual conference, public discussions, report launches and debates.

If you would like to know more or attend any of these events contact events@progressive-policy.net.

September 2018

Labour Party Conference: Shifting the gear for our education system – making lifelong learning its driving principle

24 September @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm BST @ ACC

We will be joined by Lucy Powell MP and David Hughes (Chief Executive, Association of Colleges) for a roundtable event to discuss how we can accomplish a fundamental shift in gear for our education system, making lifelong learning its driving principle. How can we design a system that both successfully prepares young people for the world of work and effectively retrains adults displaced by structural economic change? How should such a system be funded and what role should be played by local,…

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Labour Party Conference: The NHS – How can we make it last another 70 years?

25 September @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm BST @ Tate Liverpool

At this roundtable event Andy Burnham (Mayor of Greater Manchester), Liz Kendall MP and Cllr Paulette Hamilton (Vice-Chair LGA Community Wellbeing Board) will join us to examine how we should think about the health and care system for the next 70 years, how this affects the NHS, and how to evolve social care. What should be the balance of local and national provision? How should we resource it: more money or thinking differently with an emphasis on place, technology and workforce? Crucially, how should central…

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October 2018

Conservative Party Conference: The NHS – How can we make it last another 70 years?

2 October @ 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm BST @ ICC, Executive room 10

Sarah Wollaston MP and Prof. Dame Julie Moore (Warwick University) will join us at this panel event chaired by Chris Smyth (The Times) to examine how we should think about the health and care system for the next 70 years, how this affects the NHS, and how to evolve social care. What should be the balance of local and national provision? How should we resource it: more money or thinking differently with an emphasis on place, technology and workforce? Crucially, how should…

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Conservative Party Conference: Spending review 2019 – What are the big choices on tax and spending?

2 October @ 5:45 pm - 7:00 pm BST @ Hyatt, Concerto Room

At this panel event we will be joined by Neil O'Brien MP, Gemma Tetlow (Institute for Government) and Cllr John Fuller (Deputy Chair LGA Resources Board) to discuss the 2019 Spending Review. With an extra £20.5bn per year promised for health by 2023/24, this year’s Budget will be more anticipated than most in recent years. After nearly a decade of fiscal tightening there will have to be some significant changes to pay for the extra NHS funding.  But rising demands from…

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Inclusive Growth Conference

30 October @ London

CPP Inclusive Growth Conference The term ‘inclusive growth‘ has gained global traction in recent years, coming to the fore in advanced economies that are at a critical juncture, undergoing structural changes while coping with increasingly polarised ideologies. This is particular evident in the UK in the wake of Brexit and the change in government, which committed to ‘make the economy work for everyone’. But everything indicates the need for inclusive growth are here to stay and national and international institutions…

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