Conference by Coop Party / Community.
28th January – 10:00-4pm
Our country desperately needs some fresh thinking. Come and be part of building that change at our first economy conference.
Marking the start of the Party’s Centenary year, the Conference will bring together thinkers and doers from across the co-operative and labour movements to debate and discuss the big economic issues of our time.
The role of responsible business in creating a fairer economy
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: opportunity or insecurity?
Servants of the People: financial services that work in the interests of families and communities
By us, For us: Creating sustainable local economies
Tom Watson MP, Labour’s Deputy Leader
Constance Laisné, Co-founder, AltGen
Neil McInroy, Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES)
Kirsty Major, Commissioning Editor, Independent Voices
Frances O’Grady, General Secretary TUC
Deb Oxley, Chief Executive Employee Ownership Association
Reema Patel, RSA, Citizens Economic Council
Anna Turley MP, Labour & Co-operative MP for Redcar
Jane Wills, Professor of Human Geography, Queen Mary, University of London
And a host of other speakers from across the labour and co-operative movements