Date: Tuesday 4th October 2011
Co-hosted with 4 Children
The discussion will draw on 4Children’s expertise in support
and delivery of key children’s services, and ResPublica’s thinking on enhancing
the government’s Big Society agenda through innovative partnership models and
priorities. Recent public service reforms have only emphasized the changing
relationships between the State, business and the third sector, including
social enterprise providers. What are the opportunities and challenges of new
innovative models and partnerships between these players? What are the
priorities for future children’s policy and what key role will communities,
families, government, public and private service providers play? How can we deliver
effective solutions to key issues such as child poverty?
- John Howell MP, Private Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Decentralisation (Chair)
- Graham Allen MP, Early Intervention Review Team
- Anne Longfield, Chief Executive, 4 Children
- Steve Wyler, ResPublica Trustee and Chief Executive, Locality
- Melanie Phillips, Daily Mail
Refreshments will be served.
All ResPublica events will be held in the ResPublica Marquee, an exclusive space outside Manchester Central’s Charter Foyer (marked ENT 1 on the handbook map). This venue is inside the conference secure zone and attendees will need to be security accredited. For further details please see the Conservative Party website.