Social Liberal Forum Annual Conference
10am to 4pm, Saturday 28th July 2018
Now in its eighth year, the Social Liberal Forum continues to attract the top names in politics to speak about and debate the relevant issues of the day.
(Looking for information on past SLF Conferences? View our archive here.)
Kate Pickett will be talking about regional inequality and doing signings for her new book, The Inner Level.
Layla Moran MP will give the Annual Beveridge Memorial Lecture.
Ed Davey MP will be talking about energy and climate change.
Caron Lindsay and Baroness Kishwer Falkner will join with Layla Moran and Lucy Salek to talk about “What next for UK politics in a Post-Brexit World”.
Housing expert, Alex Marsh, will be talking about housing following the publication of the Government Green Paper on Social Housing due on 24 July.
Former MP David Howarth will join a panel of economic experts to discuss “A New Economics”.
Lucy Salek and Pauline Pearce will be talking about violence reduction and knife crime.
Basic and minimum income will be discussed by a panel including Neal Lawson and George Potter.
This year, the conference is based around the major themes of Four Go In Search Of Big Ideas:
• Towards a new economy
• The welfare society
• Climate change
The agenda can be read online here.
10am to 4pm, Saturday 28th July
Resource for London
356 Holloway Road
London, N7 6PA
The venue is just a few minutes from Holloway Road Tube Station, which is two stops from King’s Cross / St Pancras on the Piccadilly line.
Full price: £40
Youth (under 26): £10
Rates include tea, coffee & lunch.
Are you a member of SLF?
The Social Liberal Forum has launched a new membership scheme and we would be delighted if you could join us. Our conference is open to all Liberal Democrats, but by joining the SLF you will support our work and help us to put on events like this and fringe meetings at Federal Conference. SLF members are also able to stand for the SLF Council and vote in internal elections.
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