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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Achieving a global deal on climate change

    Dates: 22 September 2008
    Venue: Beecham and Harty Rooms, Radisson Hotel (within the secure island site), Manchester
    The secretary of state for the environment, Hillary Benn, was among the speakers debating “Achieving a global deal on climate change” at a joint Policy Network and IPPR 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.
  • 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.
  • A more “liberal” social democracy?

    Dates: 15 September 2008
    Venue: London
    With a high level roundtable discussion on the theme of A More Liberal Social Democracy? Seeking Fairness and Progress in the Global Age, Policy Network, in partnership with the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, debated the necessity of a new revisionist project for the European centre-left.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Book launch: Shifting Alliances: Europe, America and the future of Britain's global strategy

    Dates: 2 July 2008
    Venue: Brussels
    Patrick Diamond, senior visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and transatlantic fellow of the German Marshall Fund of the United States launched his new book "Shifting Alliances: Europe, American and the future of Britains global strategy" at a special seminar in Brussels on July 2.

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