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29/09/2019

15.30 Onward

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Peter Street Free Trade Hall, Manchester M2 5GP : Onward, Room 11

The gender voting gap: How can political parties better respond to female voters' concerns?

A panel event on how to better engage and respond to female voters

Speakers:

This panel event will consider how to best respond to female voters and close the growing gender voting gap. It will see leading female MPs set out their ideas for reform.

16.00 Demos

Manchester Central : Exchange 4

Demos Drinks Reception

Demos Drinks Reception

Speakers:

Demos Drinks Reception.

30/09/2019

16.00 CWO/Amnesty International

Manchester Central : Exchange 8

How Can Global Britain lead on Human Rights

The panel will discuss how Britain can play a crucial role in strengthening human rights and international law after Brexit

Speakers:

Britain’s EU exit comes at a time when the rules-based international order which enabled its global influence is threatened more than since its post-war birth. Divisive nationalism, ‘disinformation’, hate speech, and the growing power of serial human rights abusers (eg Russia and China) have major implications for the world. There is hope: worldwide, people are working to secure fundamental rights and freedoms. How can Britain pursue its role as a global leader on human rights and development?

01/10/2019

15.00 University of Birmingham

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester : Room 15/16

Making diversity everyone's business

Join policy makers and business leaders to discuss how we can address the leadership diversity gap and develop enterprise capability within businesses

Speakers:

Companies in the top quartile for gender and ethnic diversity are more likely to have higher financial returns than the industry average. Yet, in the UK only one in five small and medium-sized business are being run by women, creating a significant pool of untapped entrepreneurial potential. To meet the urgent need for change, this panel will discuss how we can address the leadership diversity gap within businesses and develop enterprise capability to make diversity everyone’s business.

20.00 CWO

Manchester Central : Exchange 1

Celebrating 100 years of the Conservative Women’s Organisation. 1919-2019:

Come and meet the CWO lead Patrons and Women Candidates as well as the women who have worked so hard to bring about success at election time.

Speakers:

Celebrate along side MPs the best women’s movement that the Conservative Party has and find out how it is attracting a new generation of Conservative Women. From Nancy Astor to Today. By Invitation only: please contact CWO@conservativewomen.org



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