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Phillip Blond and John Milbank will be speaking at HowTheLightGetsIn, the world’s largest philosophy and music festival, this May. Bringing together world-leading scientists, musicians, philosophers and politicians including Roger Penrose, Natalie Bennett, David Aaronovitch, Paul Krugman, Fiona Shaw, Robert Shiller, Polly Toynbee, Lianne La Havas, Tariq Ali, Martin Creed, and John Searle for debates, talks and wild parties, this year’s programme uncovers the new fantasies that could become the realities of tomorrow.
In 2012, the Social Value Act encouraged a new way of thinking about public service commissioning. Its passage demonstrated a recognition among policymakers that focusing solely on achieving the lowest possible price in public service provision fails to take into account the opportunities offered by the procurement process to create positive social, community and environmental change at a local level.
Phillip Blond joins the prestigious Lennart Meri Conference in Estonia to discuss the political consequences of migration, security and defence on Europe and EU policy.
ResPublica’s Phillip Blond assesses Fianna Fáil’s current standing. Our panel – including Niall Collins T.D., Mary O’Rourke, Noel Whelan and Dr Niamh Hourigan – discuss the current state and potential future of the party.
The Life Science sector is the UK’s fastest growing industry and it’s success will be vital for a successful NHS in the future.
Phillip Blond, Director of ResPublica, joins BBC Radio Wales to discuss the impending election and the effect of the core vote strategy on the formation of a majority Government.
BBC Breakfast presented by Louise Minchin visits Dundee, Scotland, to interview Phillip Blond (ResPublica), Nigel Henderson (Penumbra, The ALLIANCE), Dr Tracy Vell (Manchester Local Medical Committee) and Ian Weatherhead (Dementia UK) about devolved health and social care.
Share Radio discuss the UK’s energy issues with ResPublica’s Head of Policy Programmes, Caroline Julian
All of the UK’s poltiical parties have now released their General Election Manifestos containing their plans, spending commitments, budget cuts, and priorities for the next five years in Parliament.
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