A security pass is required at all times to attend events in either of the secure Conference venues, Manchester Central or The Midland Hotel.

29/09/2019

12.45 Resolution Foundation

Midland Hotel : Alexandra B

The Future of Conservatism: How to win back younger voters

The Conservative Party needs cross-generational support to win the next election. How can it win back the under 45s who swung to Labour in 2017?

Speakers:

Age is becoming the new class in elections, and the Conservative Party experienced a significant swing against them in 2017 among younger voters. Winning back the under-45s will be key to the Conservatives winning the next election – but attracting relatively pro-EU younger voters in a Brexit-focused election is going to be challenging. What suite of policies should the Conservative Party adopt to win back younger voters? Speakers: Robert Jenrick MP - Secretary of State for Housing, Communit

18.00 Crisis

Manchester Central : Exchange 11

Housing Benefit: The key to ending rough sleeping by 2027?

A panel event looking at how to ensure Housing Benefit covers the cost of housing in all local areas across Great Britain

Speakers:

An interactive panel discussion, the event will consider the role Housing Benefit has to play in helping the Conservative Party meet its manifesto commitment to end rough sleeping by 2027. Using local data from new research, there will be an opportunity to find out how affordable housing is in your area for people in receipt of Housing Benefit.

30/09/2019

10.45 Bright Blue with Solicitors Regulation Authority

By invitation only : By invitation only

Better work? Transforming corporate culture

Please contact our team if you are interested in attending this invite-only discussion on improving the world of work

Speakers:

18.00 The Centre for Social Justice

Manchester Central : Exchange 1

The Forgotten Few: Why are 1.3 million people still unemployed?

Drinks Reception at the event.

Speakers:

The Conservative jobs miracle needs to work for everyone and this event will ask what a Conservative government can do to make sure that the hardest to reach can be helped into the jobs market and out of poverty. Universal Credit is the biggest welfare shake up in a generation and we bring together a high-profile panel to ask who has missed out on the ‘jobs miracle’ and what can government and employers do about it?



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