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  • The EU, Eurozone and Britain: The calm before the storm?

    Dates: 10 December 2013
    Venue: One Great George Street, Westminster, SW1P 3AA
    After years of economic turmoil, many analysts now believe the continent has finally weathered the worst of the financial storm. Others would argue, however, that the EU is no way near ‘normality’.
  • Pre-distribution, education and human capital

    Dates: 28 November 2013
    Venue: The Royal Society, 6 - 9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG
    This event will address the extent of, and the means by which, public policy in education, skills and learning can shape the distribution of pre-tax incomes in a more regionally balanced, socially just and environmentally equitable way.
  • The insider-outsider dilemma: A stranglehold on social democracy?

    Dates: 18 November 2013
    Venue: Policy Network, 11 Tufton Street, Westminster, SW1P 3QB
    David Rueda, professor of Comparative Politics, University of Oxford, will lead this interactive roundtable on how the electoral coalitions of European centre‐left parties are threatened by an insider‐outsider dilemma.
  • Six years of growth, no recession, highest GDP per head in the world - what could possibly go wrong?

    Dates: 11 November 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Despite economic figures in advance of any rich-world economy, the Australian Labour party suffered the ignominy of defeat at the hands of a Conservative opposition who ran a negative campaign about confected crises: a “budget emergency”; floods of immigration; a cost of living spiralling out of control; and the dramatic ramifications on government broad about by Labor’s internal failures and warring factions.
  • Growth and wealth creation in tomorrow’s Europe: defining the EU’s added value

    Dates: 28 October 2013
    Venue: Westminster, London
    Six months ahead of the European elections, Policy Network will host an expert seminar on key debates of EU politics on 28 October.
  • Social democracy and the nation after the crash

    Dates: 17 October 2013
    Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
    Andrew Gamble will give a Ralph Miliband Programme ‘Nations and Borders’ lecture in association with the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
  • Labour’s responsible capitalism agenda: Takeovers and the public interest

    Dates: 15 October 2013
    Venue: Policy Network, 11 Tufton Street, Westminster, SW1P 3QB
    Policy Network and Labour Finance and Industry Group (LFIG) will host a debate on “Labour’s Responsible Capitalism Agenda: Takeovers and the Public Interest.” The event will take place from 12.00 - 13.30 on 15 October.
  • Building-up new institutional power bases in the age of austerity: Lessons from the United States

    Dates: 10 October 2013
    Venue: Westminster
    Policy Network and Renewal Journal will hold a lunchtime debate on “Building-up new institutional power bases in the age of austerity: Lessons from the United States.” The event will take place on Thursday 10 October from 12.30 – 14.00.
  • Europe's job crisis: Protecting decent work, protecting freedom of movement

    Dates: 30 September 2013
    Venue: St Matthew’s Conference Centre, 20 Great Peter Street, Westminster, SW1P 2BU
    There is a lively debate underway about movement of labour in the EU and its impact on the quality of work. Indeed, some have argued that low wage competition across Europe has created a precarious job situation for the lower skilled and less well educated. Concerns about fairness and a ‘race to the bottom’ have again come to the fore, while politicians search for solutions that can protect both decent work and the freedom of movement.
  • Responding to Populism: Contact Democracy and the Party of the Future

    Dates: 25 September 2013
    Venue: Brighton Holiday Inn, Lancing 1
    By “gunning for Labour”, UKIP poses a significant threat to the centre-left’s traditional voter base through stirring divisive and reactionary debates on immigration, welfare and Europe. But this volatile encroachment must also be seen as a corrective which compels Labour to innovate, re-politicise its policy offers and build new movements for change.

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