NLGN at Autumn Party Conferences 2018

NLGN believes that local government, their partners, and the communities they lead, must undergo a profound cultural shift to generate the many innovations necessary to solve our biggest social problems.

Therefore, we are delighted to present our exciting fringe event series happening at this year’s autumn party conferences in Liverpool and Birmingham. We look forward to welcoming senior officers and councillors at our programme of panel discussions.

All events are free to attend, but spaces are limited. You will require secure zone access to attend.
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Labour Party Conference: What does ‘good’ mean for local public services?


Panel discussion, 18:00-19:00, Monday 24 September, Albert Suite 4, Hilton Hotel
Kindly supported by iMPOWER

With social care, children’s services and council budgets under increasing pressure from tight finances and rising demand, how can we judge if we are delivering the best possible outcomes?
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Labour Party Conference: How can we achieve inclusive growth?


Panel discussion, 16:30-17:30, Tuesday 25 September, Concourse Room 2, ACC Liverpool

Growth is stalling, inequality is rising, and significant sections of the population are acknowledged as “left behind” economically in a globalised world. How can we ensure future growth benefits everyone?
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Conservative Party Conference: How can we achieve inclusive growth?


Panel discussion, 18:00-19:00, Sunday 30 September, Drawing Room, Hyatt Regency

Growth is stalling, inequality is rising, and significant sections of the population are acknowledged as “left behind” economically in a globalised world. How can we ensure future growth benefits everyone?
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Conservative Party Conference: What does ‘good’ mean for local public services?


Panel discussion, 18:00-19:00, Monday 1 October, Dolce Room, Hyatt Regency
Kindly supported by iMPOWER

With social care, children’s services and council budgets under increasing pressure from tight finances and rising demand, how can we judge if we are delivering the best possible outcomes?