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30/09/2019

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?

01/10/2019

10.15 Institute of Economic Affairs and the Centre for Social Justice

Manchester Central : The Think Tent

DEBATE: Is there a case for recreational cannabis legalisation?

Should the UK legalise recreational cannabis? The IEA and CSJ go head to head in this debate, chaired by Isabel Oakeshott.

Speakers:

Advocates of cannabis legalisation argue this would lead to safer consumption, easier access to emergency care, a revenue boost for the Treasury, and an expansion of our personal freedoms. Those against point to the effect of addiction on our nations most vulnerable, its negative health implications, the potential for increased consumption and the impact cannabis use can have on learning and development. Is there a case for legalisation? Join the IEA and CSJ for this debate and cast your vote!

15.45 Conservative Friends of Pakistan

Midland Hotel : Alexandra A

Conservative Friends of Pakistan Drinks Reception

Reception with Conservative Friends of Pakistan Chairman Zameer Choudrey, High Commissioner of Pakistan, Parliamentary Patrons & Cabinet Members.

Speakers:

H.E. Nafees Zakaria , High Commissioner of Pakistan to UK, Pakistan High Commission
Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, Former Chief Secretary to HM Treasury (Invited)
Nusrat Ghani MP, Member of Parliament for Wealden (Invited)
Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP, Founder and Chairman, CSJ (Invited)
Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (Invited)
Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Invited)
Rt Hon Stephen Barclay MP, Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Invited)
Rt Hon Ben Wallace MP, Secretary of State for Defence (Invited)
Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Invited)
Rt Hon Priti Patel MP, Secretary of State for the Home Department (Invited)
Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Invited)
Shaun Bailey, Conservative Candidate for Mayor of London (Invited)
Rt Hon James Cleverly MP, Chairman of the Conservative Party (Invited)
Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer (Invited)
Rt Hon Brandon Lewis MP, Minister of State for the Home Office (Invited)
Zameer Choudrey, CEO Bestway , Conservative Friends of Pakistan (Chair)

Drinks Reception with Conservative Friends of Pakistan Chairman Zameer Choudrey, High Commissioner of Pakistan, Parliamentary Patrons and Cabinet Ministers CFOP seeks to build a stronger, wider and deeper relationship between the Conservative Party, Pakistan and British Pakistani communities in the UK, by bringing together MPs, campaigners, donors, and Conservatives from across the British Pakistani community and the Conservative Family.

16.00 The Centre for Social Justice

Midland Hotel : Trafford Room

It can be stopped: Putting an end to gang related violent crime

Drinks Reception at the event.

Speakers:

Amid rising crime and violent gangs on our streets, how should we rebuild our police forces to tackle the challenge? The influence of gang crime and the drugs trade is reaching across borders like never before and creating more victims. We published a strategy to put a stop to this and will discuss lessons from Boston, Cincinnati, and Glasgow, where the focussed deterrence approach we advocate has delivered results and saved lives.



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