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ResPublica has developed a reputation for staging high quality events. In 2017, our experienced External Affairs team was busier than ever with our programme running public and private events in a variety of formats, working closely with a diverse range of high profile speakers.

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Tomorrow’s Democracy

Join us for Tomorrow’s Democracy, a conference on Monday 5th November, in the City of Newport, South Wales. We are delighted to be partnering with...

Our 2018 Conservative Party Conference fringe programme in one place

The venue for all of our events in 2018 is the Library of Birmingham. Sunday 30th September 17.45-19.00 – 2020 Conservatives Group hosted by ResPublica...

Backing Beauty: What should our towns and cities look like in the future?

Discussion Summary: In ResPublica’s 2015 report ‘A Community Right to Beauty’ we made policy recommendations with the aim of provoking fresh thinking about the planning...

What do automation and AI mean for the future of work?

Discussion Summary: Automation and the evolution of artificial intelligence have created considerable public apprehension, with research predicting that almost 30% of jobs could be at...

Who’s in charge? Regulating English football for the good of the game

Discussion Summary: There have been many interventions by multiple agencies to reorganise English football. This has resulted in a number of incremental improvements, although not...

The North is on the rise: What more does it need?

Discussion Summary: With considerable anger still being voiced in The North because of recent chaos caused by changes to train timetables and following Northern leaders...

Knife, acid and scooter crime: What can be done?

Discussion Summary: More than 40,000 knife crimes were recorded in England and Wales for the year to March 2018 — up 16% on the previous...

The New and the Lost Conservative Voters: How can the party get a majority?

We are delighted to be joined by a fantastic panel of speakers, including: Katy Balls, Political Correspondent, The Spectator (Chair); Dr Phillip Lee MP Lord...

Devo London: What policies does London need to succeed?

We are delighted to be joined by a fantastic panel of speakers, including: Phillip Blond, Director, ResPublica (Chair) Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader, Westminster City Council...

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