Previous Events

Details of events previously held at the Institute for Government are listed below.

24th May 2018
The operation of the National Health Service in England was made statutorily independent five years ago. But has the legislation achieved what its originators intended?
22nd May 2018
Twenty years since the approval of the Good Friday Agreement, this event looked at how power-sharing in Belfast worked until its recent collapse, the impact of Brexit on the Irish border and options for the future of Northern Ireland.
2nd May 2018
Professor Sir Mark Walport is the first Chief Executive of the newly formed UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
1st May 2018
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome John Manzoni, Chief Executive of the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary, to deliver a keynote speech on progress in transforming the civil service.
24th April 2018
In times of emergency, the public looks to government to keep them safe, making responding to crises an important role for government.
24th April 2018
This event explored the challenges ministers face when making infrastructure decisions, drawing upon the Institute for Government’s Ministers Reflect series and research into how government can make better decisions on infrastructure.
19th April 2018
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome The Rt Hon Sir Nick Clegg. The former Deputy Prime Minister will speak about the UK's future relationship with the EU and the challenges ahead for the Brexit negotiations.   
18th April 2018
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome the Rt Hon Keir Starmer QC MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, to discuss Labour’s approach to Brexit.
16th April 2018
At our panel discussion Raphael Hogarth, Research Associate at the Institute for Government, will present key findings from Voting on Brexit, the Institute for Government’s new paper on Parliament and the Brexit deal.
27th March 2018
The Government’s transformation strategy set out a vision for modernising public services using digital technology. But does it go far enough? How can internet-enabled Government transform public services?