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  • Understanding public perceptions of labour migration in Europe

    Dates: 13 May 2008
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    Governments should stress the positive cultural and economic benefits of labour migration to counter growing negative public attitudes to immigration in Europe, said the UK minister for community cohesion Parmjit Dhanda at a Policy Network seminar in London on Tuesday May 13 2008.
  • Trade and economic integration: engaging with global and domestic concerns

    Dates: 10 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.
  • The world in 2020: what role should Europe play?

    Dates: 21 September 2008
    Venue: Stanley and Livingstone Rooms, Radisson Hotel (within the secure island site), Manchester
    The minister for Europe, Jim Murphy, was among the speakers debating “The world in 2020: what role should Europe play?” at a joint Policy Network and Centre for European Reform seminar at this year's Labour party conference in Manchester.
  • The role of the EU in the global age

    Dates: 2 May 2008
    Venue: Policy Network, London
    Zaki Laïdi, senior research fellow at the Centre d’Etudes Europeennes of Science Po Paris gave a presentaion on the role of the EU in the global age. This was followed by a response from Roger Liddle, vice-chair of Policy Network and former European adviser to Tony Blair.
  • The politics of climate change: The problems of forging a national policy agenda

    Dates: 10 November 2008
    Venue: London
    Policy Network, in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Global Governance has held the latest seminar in its politics of climate change work programme.
  • The politics of climate change: Seeking a global solution through national action in a new world order

    Dates: 4 December 2008
    Venue: London
    Looking at climate change policy in the national context of Japan and the US, Policy Network, in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Global Governance has held a further seminar in its politics of climate change work programme.
  • The politics of climate change: National innovation, leadership and policy approaches within the EU’s framework for action

    Dates: 9 October 2008
    Venue: London
    Policy Network, in partnership with the Centre for the Study of Global Governance has held a seminar entitled The politics of climate change: National innovation, leadership and policy approaches within the EU’s framework for action.
  • The politics of climate change

    Dates: 17 July 2008
    Venue: LSE, London
    In the run up to the launch of the new flagship project on the politics of climate change, Policy Network held a preparatory seminar involving politicians, policymakers, academics, commentators and colleagues from the public, private and third sectors.
  • The future of European social democracy

    Dates: 8 February 2008
    Venue: London
    The centre-left must adapt to meet the challenges of the global age, said the British prime minister Gordon Brown at a major London symposium organised by Policy Network and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, with the support of Progress and the Fabian Society.
  • The challenge of the ageing society - learning from best European practice

    Dates: 23 September 2008
    Venue: Committee Room One, Town Hall, Albert Square (just outside the entrance to the secure island site), Manchester
    Ivan Lewis, parliamentary under secretary of state for care services, was among the speakers debating “The challenge of the ageing society - learning from best European practice” at a Policy Network seminar at this year's Labour party conference in Manchester.

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