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ResPublica at Party Conferences 2013

9th May 2013

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ResPublica's party conference plans at Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat conferences

ResPublica is pleased to announce our presence at all three party conferences this autumn. Our 2013 Fringe Programme will build on the success of last year where ResPublica received an unprecedented level of interest and engagement, with standing room only at many events.

This year, we will have a strong presence at all three party conferences:

  • Liberal Democrat Party conference (14th – 18th September 2013), SECC Glasgow
  • Labour Party conference (22nd – 25th September 2013), The Brighton Centre, Brighton
  • Conservative Party conference (29th September – 2nd October 2013), Manchester Central

In the run up to the 2015 General Election, ResPublica will be developing its ‘Manifesto’, which will set out a series of policy innovations needed to create the Britain we all need. To prepare for this we will be outlining our new research priorities in October 2013.

Our party conference programme will provide a platform for this thought leadership, and will feed directly into the development of ResPublica’s Manifesto. We will be inviting politicians, thought leaders and commentators to join us throughout our panel sessions to explore and discuss these demanding policy areas, creating the innovative and radical solutions that our country so urgently needs.

ResPublica has developed a well-deserved reputation for one of the most exciting and innovative fringe programmes at the party conferences. We invite you to join us in creating the ideas and shaping the proposals that will form the policies of the future. We are particularly looking for ideas and issues that can help shape the party manifestos for the 2015 General Election and form the governing ideas of the country. We are looking for long-term partnerships to help build a better Britain.


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