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Celtic Connections

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Location: Various venues, Glasgow

Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival, Celtic Connections celebrates Celtic music and its connections to cultures across the globe.

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Is there a progressive case for national identity?

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Location: The Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, LSE, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE

Sunder Katwala, director of British Future, will examine contemporary British attitudes to issues of identity and integration, as well as issues of immigration and opportunity. He will consider what forms of national identity we want and need today.

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England and the north

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Location: People's History Museum, Left Bank, Manchester, Lancashire M3 3ER

Englishness is on the rise. What does that mean for the north? Can Englishness unite across the north-south divide or do southern ideas dominate? Can we develop an Englishness in which the north’s voice gets heard?

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The Future of ‘Us’: Majority and minority relationships in a changing Britain

Upcoming Event
Event type: Conference
Date: 21/11/2023
Location: Central London - please RSVP for details

A half day-event bringing interested stakeholders together to discuss opportunities to bridge gaps within British society. Debates about immigration, Brexit, […]

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Can Labour change the debate on immigration?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

Recent research shows UK attitudes to immigration are among the most positive internationally, despite net migration reaching record levels. Is […]

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Imagining Windrush 100: What’s the vision and agenda for racial equity in Britain?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

2023 is the 75th anniversary of HMT Windrush arriving in the UK and celebrates the success and impact of those of […]

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(Labour Party Conference) Welcoming Hong Kongers – a recipe for a successful ‘Welcoming Scheme’?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 08/10/2023
Location: ACC Meeting Room 18 (Main conference space), Liverpool

More than 140,000 Hong Kongers have moved to the UK in the first two years of the BN(O) visa scheme, […]

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Bridge the Gap: What should a Labour government do to improve social mobility?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 10/10/2023
Location: ACC Hall 2D (main area), Liverpool

Breaking down the barriers to opportunity at every stage is one of Labour’s five missions for the government. This fringe […]

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What do Conservatives need to do to appeal to the changing face of Britain?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 03/10/2023
Location: Lancaster Theatre, Midland Hotel, Manchester

In 1948, Britain’s Commonwealth subjects answered the call emigrate and rebuild postwar Britain – symbolised by the arrival 75 years ago […]

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Immigration: policy, attitudes and where the Conservatives go next

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 03/10/2023
Location: Victoria Suite, Manchester

The government is committed to reducing the number of people arriving in the UK – but with net migration hitting […]

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(Conservative Conference) Welcoming Hong Kongers – a recipe for a successful ‘Welcoming Scheme’?

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 02/10/2023
Location: Thatcher Exhibition Space (main secure zone), Manchester

More than 140,000 Hong Kongers have moved to the UK in the first two years of the BN(O) visa scheme, […]

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Equity in Social Mobility: A value for Conservatism

Upcoming Event
Event type: Party conference fringe
Date: 02/10/2023
Location: Trafford Room, Midland Hotel (Secure Zone), Manchester

As the cost-of-living crisis becomes central to British public life, it is necessary to understand what a Conservative policy on […]

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