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LPC13: Policy that sticks: preparing to govern for lasting change

Start:
Sep 23, 2013
End:
Sep 23, 2013
Venue:
15-17 Middle Street
Brighton, BN1 1AL United Kingdom

Good preparation in opposition is often the hallmark of enduring policies like the National Minimum Wage and devolution. This discussion will look at the essential principles of policy-making in opposition and in government that help politicians to avoid short-termism and secure sustainable, long-term change.

Policy that sticks: preparing to govern for lasting change
6pm, Monday 23 September
Brighton Media Centre, 15-17 Middle St, Brighton BN1 1AL (just outside the secure zone)

Jon Cruddas MP Policy Review Coordinator
Tessa Jowell MP former culture, media and sport secretary
Patrick Diamond lecturer in public policy, Queen Mary University of London

Chair: Julian McCrae deputy director, Institute for Government

The Institute for Government is the UK’s leading authority and independent charity promoting more effective government. They work with political parties and senior civil servants, providing fresh thinking through research, events and leadership development. Register your place for this event below.

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