Details of events previously held at the Institute for Government are listed below.
27th April 2017
Sir Martin Donnelly will discuss 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.
24th April 2017
Baroness Warsi discussed integration and counter-terrorism, themes from her new book.
19th April 2017
Brexit presents one of the most complex set of negotiations the UK has ever entered into. We explore the UK's negotiating strategy, potential bargaining power and the need for an implementation phase.
11th April 2017
Douglas Carswell MP discusses his new book, Rebel: How to overthrow the emerging oligarchy.
5th April 2017
Lord Mandelson shares his perspective on the UK after Brexit and the challenges of running a divided country.
4th April 2017
Labour MP Jess Phillips discusses her new book and what it means to be a woman in politics.
28th March 2017
Alexander Betts and Paul Collier discuss their new book Refuge and what the Brexit vote means for the UK’s ability to effectively respond to the refugee crisis.
20th March 2017
With the election of new mayors in May 2017 fast approaching, this event explores how new, powerful mayors and combined authority leaders can make their voices heard in Whitehall, and how departments can best deal with the new, post-devolution landscape.
16th March 2017
The Institute for Government, in partnership with the City of London Corporation, was delighted to welcome Pascal Lamy, former Director General of the WTO and former European Commissioner for Trade.