Thursday 27th October, 2.30pm - 5.30pm
For many western countries questions of national identity have moved centre stage in the policy debate. In some instances the debate has focused on whether the state should oblige people to subscribe to an official identity. For all, there are major questions about the best course for education and schools.
On Thursday afternoon 27th October 2016, Politeia and St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, will jointly be holding a conference on The State, Education Policy and National Identity: Accountable and Successful Systems for Western Countries.
Politeia at Conservative Party Conference, Birmingham
How to Leave the EU - Next Steps for Brexit Britain
Monday 3rd October, 6:45-7:45pm (Drinks from 6:30pm)
Speakers will include:
- Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, European Scrutiny Select Committee, House of Commons
- Rt Hon John Redwood MP, House of Commons
- Martin Howe QC, 8 New Square
- Sheila Lawlor, Director of Politeia
- Liam Halligan, Economics Correspondent, The Sunday Telegraph
The Executive and the Judiciary
Right or Wrong - the SRA's proposals
forTraining the Profession?
Professor Anthony Bradney, Keele University
Professor Peter Crisp, BPP University
Wednesday 3rd February, 11-30a.m. - 1p.m.
Politeia's Justice Series will be holding a special round table to consider the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)’s new proposals for the training of the profession, for which it is the regulatory body forsolicitors in England and Wales.
The CPS - Is the System Working?
Lord Ken Macdonald - FormerDPP (2003-08),
Victoria Atkins MP, Home Affairs Select Committee,
Oliver Sells QC, 5 Paper Buildings
Tuesday 23rd February, 7 - 8p.m.
BPP Law School (Room 3.07),
68-70 Red Lion Street, London, WC1R 4NY