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National Youth Agency

Generational Divide? Supporting young

people in the present, ambitious for the

future

What we want for and expect of young

people, to be treated fairly: the role

of youth work and investing in quality

services. Speakers include: Layla Moran

MP; Leigh Middleton, National Youth

Agency; Local Government Association

and youth sector representatives.

Hilton, Lancaster

NFU and FDF

What should the UK's future food policy

look like?

Joint NFU and FDF Fringe Event

Speakers: Tim Farron MP, Liberal

Democrat Environment, Food and Rural

Affairs Spokesperson (invited); Stuart

Roberts, Vice President, NFU; Ian Wright

CBE, Chief Executive, FDF. Chair: Mike

Stones, Group Editor, New Food.

Hilton,

Sandringham

Fringe Monday mid evening 19.45-21.00

Charities Aid Foundation

Rethinking international development:

Can building civil society play a key

role in achieving the Sustainable

Development Goals?

This event is by invitation only, please

contact koliver@cafonline.org if you

would like more information.

Hilton, Churchill

Prospect Magazine

Tom Clark in Conversation with Sir Vince

Cable MP

With only months to go until the United

Kingdom officially leaves the European

Union, the Editor of Prospect speaks

with the party leader about the road

ahead and the policy priorities of the

party. For more information contact

events@prospectmagazine.co.uk

Hilton, Clarence

Compliance and FFRC

Q&A with the Chair of the Federal

Finance and Resources Committee

A chance to meet the new chair of

the Federal Finance and Resources

Committee, Tony Harris. Swap best

practice with treasurers from all levels

of the party.

Hilton, Surrey 1

Political Skills Forum and Joseph

Rowntree Reform Trust Ltd

Compulsory Voter ID: Sensible

security measure or deliberate

disenfranchisement?

In May 2018 five boroughs with local

elections piloted compulsory ID, ahead

of Government plans for national

roll-out. Join Watford's Lib Dem Mayor

Peter Taylor, Jessica Garland (Electoral

Reform Society) and Janet Grauberg

(Political Skills Forum) to debate the

issues.

Hilton, Surrey 2

Fringe Monday early evening 18.15-19.15 continued

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