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  • Equality: a political choice

    Dates: 17 January 2008
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    Sotirios Zartaloudis, associate researcher at Policy Network and PhD candidate at the London School of Economics, kicked off Policy Network's 2008 globalisation and social justice breakfast series with a presentation of his recent Policy Network publication Equality: a political choice.
  • Global financial turmoil and shifting economic power: Is Europe the answer?

    Dates: 23 September 2008
    Venue: Committee Room One, Town Hall, Albert Square (just outside the entrance to the secure island site), Manchester
    The economic secretary to the Treasury, Kitty Ussher, was among the speakers debating “Global financial turmoil and shifting economic power: Is Europe the answer?” at a joint Policy Network and Business for New Europe seminar at this year's Labour party conference in Manchester.
  • How should progressives respond to Europe’s immigration anxieties?

    Dates: 22 September 2008
    Venue: Committee Room 3, Town Hall, Albert Square (just outside the entrance to the secure island site), Manchester
    The immigration and borders minister, Liam Byrne, was among the speakers debating “How should progressives respond to Europe’s immigration anxieties?” at a joint Policy Network and European Parliamentary Labour Party seminar at this year's Labour party conference in Manchester.
  • Migration and European labour market transformations

    Dates: 3 July 2008
    Venue: Paris
    Policy Network has held a high-level roundtable discussion on the economic and political implications of labour migration in Europe, entitled “Migration and European labour market transformations” in Paris on 3 July.
  • Progressive governance seminar: poverty and development

    Dates: 5 March 2008
    As part of its preparations for the progressive governance conference 2008, Policy Network has held a series of preparatory seminars to develop the different aspects of the conference’s main theme, achieving an inclusive globalisation.
  • Progressive governance seminar: reform of the global institutions

    Dates: 6 March 2008
    As part of its preparations for the progressive governance conference 2008, Policy Network has held a series of preparatory seminars to develop the different aspects of the conference’s main theme, achieving an inclusive globalisation.
  • Reform or irrelevance? Economic reform and Europe's future

    Dates: 7 October 2008
    Venue: London
    As debate on how the EU should respond to the current financial crisis continues, Dr Laurent Cohen-Tanugi, a recognised expert and government adviser on European affairs, came to London to speak about the need for economic reform in Europe.
  • Rethinking migration: work and welfare in a mobile economy

    Dates: 12 December 2008
    Venue: London
    Marking the culmination of a twelve-month project of investigation into the “myths and realities of labour migration”, Policy Network held a high level conference in December.
  • Tackling poverty and inequality in an age of globalisation: A comparison of public attitudes in Britain, the US and the Nordic states

    Dates: 9 July 2008
    Venue: London
    Policy Network and the Fabian Society have held a joint seminar on tackling poverty and inequality in an age of globalisation on 9 July in London.
  • The centre-left across Europe: step back or step forward?

    Dates: 6 June 2008
    Venue: Barcelona
    Policy Network's director Olaf Cramme and vice chair Roger Liddle gave speeches at a conference entitled the centre-left across Europe: step forward or step back? in Barcelona on 6 June 2008.

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