Since lockdown, we have been organising our full programme of conferences online. We will continue online until further notice,
to ensure we play our part in helping our employees and delegates to remain safe during this time.
We are pleased that so many key stakeholders, policymakers and other interested parties - both old friends and new delegates - are taking up the opportunity to discuss public policy issues
and network at our impartial seminars. New events are coming on to our conference programme all the time. So there are plenty of opportunities for you to join us if you haven’t already,
from wherever you are. For booking-related queries, or information on speaking,
please email us at email@example.com or contact us using one of the following numbers: +44 (0)7951044809 / +044 (0)7503591880 / +44 (0)7538736244.
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