In Conversation with Rob Halfon MP and The Future of Work (Evening Double Bill)

Demos held a panel discussion at Conservative Party Conference to discuss the changing needs and preferences of working Britons, and how the Government, employers, trade unions and political parties can ensure that work remains the best avenue to a fulfilling life and strong communities.  This fringe event was a continuation of the Demos and the Conservative Workers and Trade Unionists partnership, looking at the future of work. Demos first supported this project in 2012, when we published Rob Halfon MP’s Stop the Union Bashing paper. We were delighted to partner with the CWTU in this event to take this work further.

Date & Time
Monday 2 October, 1745 – 1900

Speakers
Rt Hon. Rob Halfon MP
in conversation with
Sebastian Payne, Financial Times

followed by a panel discussion: 
Dr. Spencer Pitfield, Conservative Workers and Trade Unionists
Crawford Temple, PRISM
Baroness Neville-Rolfe, House of Lords
Seamus Nevin, Institute of Directors
Gaby Hinsliff, The Guardian
Shakira Martin, NUS President

Chair: Sophie Gaston, Demos

Venue
Exchange 3 & 4, Manchester Central, Manchester

 

 

This event was kindly supported by PRISM.