This is a closed event. If you are interested in attending, please contact Professor David Runciman (Dept of POLIS)
A roundtable event to stimulate discussion about the social, cultural and technological forces shaping the long-term prospects for the mainstream left.
Registration and Coffee
Nick Pearce (IPPR) & David Runciman (Cambridge)
The Politics of an Ageing Society
Chair: Helen Thompson (Cambridge)
Introductory remarks: Peter Kellner (YouGov)
Technology and Employment
Chair: John Naughton (Cambridge)
Introductory remarks: Giselle Corry (IPPR) & Gavin Kelly (Resolution)
National Identity and Cultural Change
Chair: David Runciman (Cambridge)
Introductory remarks: Mike Kenny (QMUL) & Sunder Katwala (British Future)
Jon Cruddas (Labour) and Tristram Hunt (Labour)
Cote Restaurant, Bridge Street, for anyone who would like to stay
This three-year, philanthropically-funded project is exploring the implications of the digital revolution for democracy. It is based in the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) in the University of Cambridge and is led by Professor John Naughton and Professor David Runciman.