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CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE 2018: SHOULD CHARITY BEGIN & END AT HOME?

  • Hall 9 (Secure Zone), Conservative Party Conference 2018 The International Convention Centre, Broad St Birmingham, B1 2EA United Kingdom (map)

Note: This is a past event, coverage of which can be found by clicking here.

SHOULD CHARITY BEGIN & END AT HOME?

Join the Coalition for Global Prosperity and our partners the Charities Aid Foundation at the Conservative Party Conference 2018 for what promises to be a brilliant debate with an outstanding panel of speakers:

SPEAKERS

The Rt Hon Harriett Baldwin, Minister of State for Africa & MP for West Worcestershire

Bim Afolami, MP for Hitchin and Harpenden

James Price, Campaign Manager, TaxPayers’ Alliance

Owen Barder, Vice President, Center for Global Development

DATE AND TIME

Mon 1 October 2018

17:45 – 19:00 BST

OVERVIEW

As Britain redefines its place not only in Europe but in the wider world, what role does charity play in a Global Britain? This debate consider whether Britain should be prioritising people with problems closer to home, or reaching out to assist developing countries, and whether we can or should do both.

This event is co-hosted by the Coalition for Global Prosperity and the Charities Aid Foundation. The panel debate will take place within the secure zone at the Conservative Party Conference 2018, therefore ticket holders will require tickets to the Conference in order to attend.

Please reserve tickets on Eventbrite using the form below or by following this link.

@BritainLeads @cafonline

FORMAT

Panel discussion with Q&A, followed by refreshments.

RESERVE TICKETS

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