Details of events previously held at the Institute for Government are listed below.
26th June 2017
Stephen Lovegrove, Permanent Secretary at MoD, discussed how the department can address current and future challenges.
21st June 2017
Digital public services need to be easy to use, secure and save money. But who is responsible for setting and enforcing standards, driving the improvement of services and safeguarding against cyberattacks?
13th June 2017
The Institute for Government is partnering with UK in a Changing Europe to discuss what the election result means for Brexit.
23rd May 2017
Whichever party wins the coming general election, its manifesto will be the basis for governing.
17th May 2017
Brexit means the UK will once again decide its own trade policy. A new report from the Institute for Government sets out how the government should use these new powers and the particular challenges that trade policy poses for Whitehall and Westminster.
16th May 2017
Harriet Harman discusses her experiences in Parliament and government.
10th May 2017
Is big really best when it comes to infrastructure decisions?
9th May 2017
Freedom of Information. Open data. Open government. We know more about the inner workings of government than ever before. But has all of this transparency made government work better?
27th April 2017
Sir Martin Donnelly discusses the creation of Britain’s new trade department, and how best to organise and run a modern civil service.
25th April 2017
The election of ‘metro mayors’ will result in a new group of powerful leaders engaging with Westminster MPs and ministers.