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  • TUC conference - Bring back social Europe: the 21st century case

    Dates: 10 September 2007
    Venue: TUC Conference, Meeting Room 4, Brighton Centre
    Roger Liddle, vice chair of Policy Network and a senior adviser to the European Commission, will discuss the findings of his forthcoming Fabian freethinking paper, bring back social Europe, at a joint Policy Network and Fabian Society event at the TUC conference in Brighton on Monday 10 September.
  • Transforming public services through the third sector

    Dates: 24 July 2007
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    As part of our ongoing work on public service reform, Policy Network will be holding a seminar, entitled transforming public services through the third sector, in London on 24 July. Stephen Bubb, chief executive of ACEVO and Secrétaire Général of the newly established European Third Sector Leaders network, will host a discussion on the role of the third sector in public service reform.
  • The social reality of Europe

    Dates: 5 March 2007
    Venue: Social Market Foundation Board Room, Westminster
    Roger Liddle, policy adviser to the President of the European Commission delivered a presentation about the Bureau of European Policy Advisers’ (BEPA) paper, which he has authored, “The Social Reality of Europe”, at an informal Policy Network roundtable discussion.
  • The new social realities and the reform of the European social model

    Dates: 22 June 2007
    Venue: Lisbon, Portugal
    As Portugal prepares to take over the EU presidency, Policy Network, the Partido Socialista and Novas Fronteiras organised a joint symposium to shift the debate about the future of the European social model to the forefront of European policy-making.
  • The hydrogen economy: making the transition to the third industrial revolution and a new energy era

    Dates: 8 May 2007
    Venue: Old Theatre, London School of Economics
    As part of the Ralph Miliband Program, LSE is holding a lecture from 1-2:30pm on 8 May 2007 in the Old theatre with Jeremy Rifkin, president of the Foundation of Economic Trends in Washington DC.
  • The future of social partnership: creating social consensus for reform

    Dates: 13 November 2007
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    This event examined the reform efforts of the current centre-left governments in Britain and Chile, focusing on the mechanisms they have created to involve trade unions and other social partners in decision-making.
  • The future of schooling and education

    Dates: 25 June 2007
    This informal debate and discussion on the future of schooling and education, took place on Monday, 25th of June with Robert Hill, a leading independent consultant.
  • The future challenges facing public services: building on international experience

    Dates: 5 July 2007
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    New Labour should heed the lessons of the Australia as it considers the future direction of public service reform under Gordon Brown, said the former director of Demos, Tom Bentley, at a Policy Network seminar in London on Thursday 4 July.
  • The European social model after enlargement: 'race to the bottom' or 'race to the top'?

    Dates: 23 November 2007
    Venue: Bratislava, Slovakia
    With the accession of Romania and Bulgaria in January 2007 and following the biggest period of expansion in the history of the European Union, Policy Network, in association with the Slovak Governance Institute, held a seminar to debate the impact of enlargement on the European social model.
  • The Business Case for the European Union

    Dates: 4 June 2007
    Venue: Bloomberg
    Policy Network, in partnership with Bloomberg and Business for New Europe will be holding a major lecture by Peter Mandelson, EU Commissioner for External Trade and Mike Rake, Chairman of KPMG International on the business case for the European Union. The lecture which will commence at 6pm on Monday 4th June will be held at an address in central London.

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