SLF Conference 2012
(Saturday, July 14, 2012)
|Date:||Saturday, July 14, 2012|
|Time:||10.00am - 5.00pm|
Join us for a day of debate, networking and that special SLF magic :)
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Attendees:Kirsten De Keyser, Jonathan Fryer, Chris Jenkinson, Geoffrey Payne, Naomi Smith, Christine Wills
|Meeting address:||Franklin Wilkins Building, KCL, 150 Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NH|
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2012-05-22 15:52:49, Kirsten De Keyser
Details of speakers and sessions published today:
Following on from last year's sell-out event, 'Social Justice Across Generations' is this year's appropriately topical theme.
A challenging series of debates is scheduled, providing a broad platform for a varied, all inclusive set of contributors.
Nick Clegg has been invited to open the conference with the inaugural William Beveridge Memorial Lecture. MPs including Paul Burstow, Tom Brake, Ed Davey, Lynne Featherstone and Simon Hughes will contribute to stimulating debates throughout the day.
Plenary and break-out sessions range from 'Reasserting the Liberal Democrats' and 'The Housing Generation Gap' to 'Responding to the Coalition; new political movements'. Contributions from the ?Hackney Heroine? Pauline Pearce, Naomi Colvin from Occupy, Evan Harris, Gordon Lishman and Michael Meadowcroft are augmented by a host of important contributors from within and outside the Liberal Democrat Party including Natasha Chapman, Kavya Kaushik and Tom Wood of Liberal Youth.
The registration fee includes a buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day, providing plenty of scope for networking.
It is advisable to book early as people had to be turned away at the door last year.
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