september, 2018

04sep(sep 4)9:00 am05(sep 5)7:00 pmREBOOTPreparing for the new session of Parliament

Event Details

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The antidote to Parliament’s summer recess

4th-5th September | The Barley Mow, London SW1

  • An invitation only event
  • Free to attend
  • Westminster’s own fringe event
  • Pick your sessions, network, get up to speed

An exclusive opportunity to hear leading Parliamentarians and social commentators give a frank assessment of their perception of modern Britain.

Timed to coincide with the new session of Parliament Westminster Open Lens are hosting a 2 day event – REBOOT: Preparing for the new session of Parliament – Westminster’s own fringe event, which will examine some of the key policy issues of the day.

Leading commentators and thinkers will examine issues including Work, Community, Identity, Local Government, Health, Education and of course, Brexit.

It promises to be a fascinating two days of insight and challenge. A chance to reboot your thinking about the year ahead and consider what lies in store for you and your organisation.

This event is being filmed by Narrowcast Media Group and presentations will be made available to view on demand.

Guests are welcome to attend an individual session of interest or a whole day of presentations.

For all enquiries regarding this event and the guest list please email Paul Rushworth at paul.rushworth@policyreview.co.uk or call 020 7324 4330.

AGENDA

Tuesday 4th September

09:30 – 10:30 INTRODUCTION: THE YEAR AHEAD IN WESTMINSTER

Neil Stewart, Editorial Director, City View

Welcome and introduction and a timetabling insight into what we can expect from the year ahead in Westminster

10:30 – 11:30 MANAGED IMMIGRATION

Sunder Katwala, Director and Jill Rutter, Director of Strategy and Relationships, British Future

An insight into our changing immigration policy
Questions & Discussion

12:00 – 12:45 IN CONVERSATION

Claire Fox, Director, Academy of Ideas

The controversial contrarian who challenges many of the received patterns of politics, law and public administration
Questions & Discussion

13:00 – 13:45 COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS: HOMELESSNESS & ROUGH SLEEPING

Alex Bax, Chief Executive, Pathway

Questions & Discussion

14:00 – 15:00 NOTES ON ‘HATRED’: WHAT THEY DON’T TEACH IN POLITICS

Neil Stewart, Editorial Director , Policy Review

What happened in UK politics that has allowed hatred to rise, what has unleashed its new forms, and why are political structures not coping?

15:30 – 16:30 WESTMINSTER OPEN LENS LECTURE: BRITAIN – A GREAT, BUT DIVIDED, COUNTRY

Stephen Kinnock MP

Questions & Discussion

Wednesday 5th September

08:30 – 10:00 THE FUTURE OF WORK

Anna Turley MP and Charlotte Holloway

Investment Beyond London

John Mills, Entrepreneur, Economist and Businessman

Make or Break on Manufacturing
Questions & Discussion

10:30 – 11:30 BRITAIN IN THE 21ST CENTURY, A REFORMED UNION AND NEW ROLE IN THE WORLD

Rt Hon John Denham, former Cabinet Minister

Will Straw, Non-Executive Director, Open Britain

Questions & Discussion

12:00 – 13:00 PREPARING CHILDREN SUPPORTING PARENTS: MODERN FAMILY POLICY

Emma Reynolds MP

Questions & Discussion

13:30 – 14:30 THE NHS NEXT YEAR – DECLINE OR FALL?

Jan Filochowski, Writer and Commentator on the NHS; Six time NHS CEO

15:00– 16:00 THE YEAR AHEAD IN POST-SCHOOL EDUCATION

Sean Allison, Managing Director, Not going To Uni

16:30 – 17:30 THE YEAR AHEAD IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Heather Jameson, Editor, The MJ

18:00 – 19:00 WHAT IS THE STORM? THE UNDERLYING CAUSES OF POLITICAL UPHEAVAL

Philip Blond, Director, Respublica

Questions & Discussion

19:30 WESTMINSTER OPEN LENS DRINKS RECEPTION

Westminster Open Lens filmed studio sessions in London provide a new way to engage with audiences. We create online programmes to launch new ideas and campaigns into Westminster debate, the media and key audiences – the use of online video and new channels allowing dissemination of detailed ideas around the UK.

Time

4 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - 5 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm

Location

The Barley Mow, 104 Horseferry Road, Westminster, London, SW1P 2EE

104 Horseferry Rd, Westminster, London SW1P 2EE

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