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Social mobility matters: Can Labour’s education policy build character?

September 22, 2014 @ 12:45 pm - 2:15 pm

Social mobility matters: Can Labour’s education policy build character?
12.45-2pm, Monday 22 September 2014
Lancashire Room, Peter House, Oxford Street, Manchester, M1 5AN

Tristram Hunt MP Shadow secretary of state for education
Jo Cox Parliamentary candidate for Batley and Spen
Tracey Paul Policy manager, National Citizen Service
Alan Milburn Chair, Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission
Chair: Bex Bailey NEC youth and student rep

This event was in partnership with National Citizen Service

The event centred on character in the education system, young people and how the institutions we build encourage young citizen to display courage, compassion, honesty, integrity, fairness, perseverance, emotional intelligence, grit and self-discipline. This follows on from the recent ‘Character and resilience manifesto‘ published by the All Party Parliamentary group on Social Mobility.

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Date:
September 22, 2014
Time:
12:45 pm - 2:15 pm
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Progress
Website:
www.progressonline.org.uk

Venue

Peter House
Oxford Street , Array
Manchester, M1 5AN United Kingdom
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