Party Conferences 2021 – Partner with usEvent type: Party Conference
Location: Brighton & Manchester
British Future will be at both the Labour Party Conference in Brighton (25th-29th September 2021) and Conservative Party Conference in Manchester (3rd– 6th October 2021).
Sponsorship & Partnerships
If your organisation or company is interested in collaborating with us on your party conference programme, do get in touch. We are happy to discuss sponsorship options to maximise impact and reach at this year’s conference, including hosting fringe panel events, private roundtables, or receptions at either Conservative or Labour conference.
British Future has an exciting programme planned, and is keen to talk with likeminded organisations, particularly those interested in policy discussions on race and identity, as well as on the impact of a new immigration system and the role for social integration in the Covid recovery. If you would like to discuss partnering at a party conference please contact Events and Engagement Manager, Lucy Buckerfield, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will also provide options for online events, should conferences go ahead in a different format, owing to Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines as set out by government.
Below you can see some of our previous party conference events from 2019, the last time that conferences were open for ‘real-world’ public attendance.
Party Conference Fringe Events in 2019
In 2019 British Future hosted successful events at both the Conservative and Labour Party conferences.
At Conservative Party Conference we hosted a joint event with Conservative Home discussing ‘When is Immigration Good for Britain?‘. We heard from Alberto Costa MP, Dan Hannan MEP, former Home Office Special Advisor, Salma Shah and British Future’s Director Sunder Katwala, whilst Conservative Home’s Mark Wallace chaired the event. You can read more about this event here.
British Future’s event at Labour Party Conference saw our panel discuss ‘How Can Labour Find its Voice on Immigration?’. A packed room heard from Labour MPs, Paul Blomfield and Lisa Nandy as well as from Stephen Hale of Refugee Action, Wilf Sullivan from the TUC and Alexandra Bulat from the 3Million. You can read more about our event here.