At the Conservative Party Conference: Monday 4th October
Our three delegates have had a busy day at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.
We are pleased to be represented at the conference by Eve Lugg, Policy Manager for Data, Rein de Loor, Head of Sustainability, and Robert McLaren, Head of Assistive and Accessible Technology.
Follow their progress through the day...
This morning’s panel at #cpc2021 speaking about choice and fairness in the transition to net zero heating, considering options for policymakers. Speakers include contributors to @CarbonConnectUK forthcoming report into #netzero delivery and previous work on decarbonising homes pic.twitter.com/S3YiCy7l9K— Sustainability Team, Policy Connect (@Sustainable_PC) October 4, 2021
Fascinating discussion with Housing Minister Eddie Hugues on home building, with @CPSThinkTank. I suggested to Eddie that building homes to be accessible can be part of this effort to show the value of homebuilding to local communities. #IndependentLiving— Robert McLaren (@RobertAJMcLaren) October 4, 2021
Policy Manager Eve Lugg @IndTechInnov_PC participated in an event with @GeorgeFreemanMP & Lord @JimBethell on harnessing the #DigitalHealthcare revolution covering prevention and diagnosis to treatment and how #DigitalInequalities risk stalling benefits that #HealthTech can bring pic.twitter.com/PKr6Q9T8j6— Policy Connect (@Policy_Connect) October 4, 2021
Eve was part of a fascinating discussion around striking the balance between preventing harmful materials online and safeguarding freedom of speech with speakers including @JWhittingdale, @DamianCollins, @SelaineSaxby and @owenlmeredith pic.twitter.com/rleRNLCZtT— Policy Connect (@Policy_Connect) October 4, 2021
This afternoon @RobertAJMclaren took part in @DodsGroup's event on #AgeingSociety where he asked Rt Hon @DamianGreen MP, member of @CommonsDCMS, about #DigitalInclusion and #Care: https://t.co/wSdx3Q6FSx— Policy Connect (@Policy_Connect) October 4, 2021