Hosted by Professor David Wilson with guest speakers Matthew Taylor and Carolyn Downs, covering a range of fascinating topics in coherence with the unprecedented period of change for local government in the 21st Century.
In the first of an annual series of public lectures held in honour of the renowned local government expert, Professor David Wilson, two pre-eminent local government thinkers, Carolyn Downs (former chief executive of the Local Government Association) and Matthew Taylor (Chief Executive of the Royal Society for the Arts) will explore and discuss the challenges that lay ahead for local government in the 21st century and provide some thought-provoking potential solutions.
The lecture will be a stimulating and exciting event for all those active in local government and for those who care about the future of local government and local democracy.
The lecture will start at 6:30pm prompt with tea and coffee being served from 6pm. A drinks reception will be served after the discussion in the Hugh Aston Atrium.
Please note that places are limited. To book a place at this event, please complete the booking form or contact the events office on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0116 257 7452.
Location: Hugh Aston Building, De Montfort University, The Newarke, Leicester, LE2 7BY