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

14.00 The Conservative Christian Fellowship & Conservative Muslim Forum

The Bridgewater Hall, Lower Mosley St, Manchester M2 3WS : The Barbirolli Room

Inter-Faith Reception

Religious Freedom & Unity

Speakers:

Speakers: Senior Cabinet Minister (invited); Lord Sheikh, Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon (TBC); Refreshments provided No conference pass required Register attendance at ccf@conservatives.com 4 minute walk from Secure Zone

18.00 CEN with the Offshore Wind Industry Council

Manchester Central : The Environment Zone

Welcome to the Greenest Conference Ever reception

Our opening conference reception - for conservatives who support conservation and decarbonisation

Speakers:

A net zero emissions target and a 25 Year Environment Plan, world leading protections for animals at home and abroad, record generation from renewables and huge investments in international aid to build climate resilience. Conservatives have long been stewards of our planet, this conference we will both celebrate and explore some of these key commitments, to discover what it really means to leave our environment in a better state than we found it for future generations in a net zero world.

18.00 One Nation Caucus sponsored by Octopus

Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester : Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester Room 19/20

One Nation Rally

Enquiries please email - invitation@octopusgroup.com

Speakers:

Hear One Nation ideas from; Speakers: Rt Hon Damian Green MP, Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Rt Hon Amber Rudd MP

30/09/2019

11.00 The Policy Institute at King's College London and The UK in a Changing Europe

Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel : 19 + 20

Dividing Britain? Polarisation and fragmentation trends in the UK

A discussion of polarisation and fragmentation trends in the The Policy Institute at King's College London and The UK in a Changing Europe UK with

Speakers:

Politicians and commentators are increasingly referring to the UK as ‘divided’, capturing a growing sense of social and political polarisation in our country, driven by the deep splits revealed and reinforced by Brexit. But what’s really happening in the country? Are we polarising, fragmenting or just falling apart? Come and hear the actual evidence from UK in a Changing Europe’s research on towns for JRF and the Policy Institute’s review of polarisation trends in the UK for Engage.

12.00 Arcadis

Housing Hub at the Manchester Chamber of Commerce : Duplex Room

The place to be: How do we create great places where people can live, work and thrive

Places - whatever the scale - impact on the quality of people's lives, so how do we design, manage and evolve place to meet their needs?

Speakers:

This event is invite only. If you're interested in attending, please contact eventsuk@arcadis.com. Lunch will be provided. Esther McVey MP - invited to attend.

14.30 Lloyds Bank Foundation and The Trussell Trust

The Albert Square Chop House, Manchester M2 5PF : The Albert Square Chop House

Beyond Brexit: where next for welfare in the Conservative vision for opportunity for all?

How can the new Government ensure that people on low incomes are supported and enabled by the welfare system

Speakers:

Lloyds Banking Foundation’s Duncan Shrubsole will be chairing this discussion thinking about what a Conservative approach to our welfare system looks like. The discussion will include politicians, policy makers and organisations working on the frontline. Guests include Amber Rudd (invited), Will Quince (invited), Edward Davies, Policy Director at the Centre for Social Justice, Emma Revie, Chief Executive of the Trussell Trust and Yvonne Hope Chief Executive at Barnabus.

16.00 New Statesman & CIOB

Principal Hotel : The Oak Suite

Building Better: Improving Quality in the Built Environment

Building Better: Improving Quality in the Built Environment

Speakers:

Building Better: Improving Quality in the Built Environment

16.30 All Party Parliamentary Groups on Legal Aid, Pro Bono and Public Legal Education

Slater and Gordon LLP, 58 West Mosley St, : Boardroom

How do we deal with the access to justice gap?

Manchester M2 3HZ

Speakers:

A discussion with the local legal community about the respective contributions of legal aid, pro bono, public legal education (eg Streetlaw) and Legaltech, in Greater Manchester and beyond, following up the Ministry of Justice's review and Legal Support Plan.

16.30 Onward

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

Taming Tech: How should government and business keep people safe online?

A panel event on online harms and internet regulation, sponsored by Sky

Speakers:

In the wake of the Government's White Paper this year, this event will consider how we can best keep people safe online and where responsibility for content and activity lies. Sponsored by Sky.

17.30 Westminster City Council

Radisson Manchsester : Radisson Manchester Private Room 14

A Breath of Fresh Air: Westminster’s approach to improve air quality

Join our panel at the Radisson Manchester from 5-7pm on 30 September to discuss what what measures we can take to clean up the air we all breathe.

Speakers:

Clean air is one of the biggest priorities for local and national government, as citizens across the country recognise the detrimental impact of poor air quality on their health. Join the Leader of Westminster City Council and leading experts at the Radisson Edwardian Manchester from 5-7pm on Monday 30 September to discuss what measures we can take to clean up the air we all breathe.

18.00 Onward

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

Responsible capitalism: How to connect companies, customers and workers in the modern economy?

A panel event on ensuring companies take seriously their broader social responsibilities, sponsored by Capita

Speakers:

This event will consider how to make responsible capitalism the default rather than the exception in British industry, through both government intervention and demonstrating the value to companies of taking social obligations seriously. Sponsored by Capita

18.30 National Farmers Union

Radisson Blu Edwardian, Peter Street Free Trade Hall, Manchester, M2 5GP : Rooms 8-9

Farming Question Time

An opportunity for conference delegates to have their say on the big political issues affecting the farming sector.

Speakers:

Farming question time

22.00 FOTBOT

Midland Hotel : Victoria Suite

FOTBOT Reception

What does the future hold for the British Overseas Territories? How can we strengthen our family bonds? How can we raise awareness in UK classrooms?

Speakers:

Friends of the British Overseas Territories is a charitable organisation which aims to support, increase awareness and promote the Overseas Territories in the UK and across the world. Join FOTBOT as we hear from key note guest speakers on the UKs future relationship with our wider family as we leave the European Union. We will have membership options available on the night from £20 for 12 months - please do support our work. For further details see www.fotbot.org/membership

01/10/2019

09.00 Onward

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

The Future of Work: Making the modern economy work for all

Panel event on making the modern economy work for all, sponsored by Deliveroo

Speakers:

This fringe event will explore how to make the modern labour market work for citizens, employers and the taxpayer. It will consider the on-demand economy, retraining and upskilling and the employment tax landscape. Sponsored by Deliveroo

13.00 Westminster City Council

Radisson Manchester : Radisson Manchester Private Room 18

Saving lives by ending rough sleeping

Join us at the Radisson Manchester from 1pm – 2pm on Tuesday 1 October to discuss a plan to end rough sleeping in the UK by 2027.

Speakers:

Despite the joint efforts of government and charities to help people off the streets, rough sleeping has been on the rise in our biggest cities. The reasons that lead people to sleep on the street are becoming more complex. What more can be done to address this national crisis? Join us at the Radisson Manchester from 1pm – 2pm on Tuesday 1 October to discuss a plan to end rough sleeping in the UK by 2027.

17.00 Onward

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

How do we house the generations of the future and give them a stake in their community?

How do we house the generations of the future and give them a stake in their community? Sponsored by the National Housing Federation

Speakers:

This event will explore how we can best provide the homes that Britain needs for future generations and fix the housing crisis, while doing so in a way that preserves and reinforces community. Sponsored by the National Housing Federation.

19.00 The Conservative Christian Fellowship & Green Pastures Charity

Don Giovanni Restaurant, Peter House, 1-2 Oxford St, Manchester M1 5AN : Private Dining

CCF Supporter Supper

CCF Supporter Supper

Speakers:

Speakers, Pastor Pete, Green Pastures, Jeremy Lefroy MP, Fiona Bruce MP. 3 Course Meal £40 per head, advance menu choices are required. Bookable on Eventbrite.



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