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Cutting It: ‘Big Society’ and the new austerity

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  • Economics and Finance
  • Social innovation

With Anna Coote, Jonty Olliff-Cooper, Patrick Butler and Mark Easton

Our panel ask: How can we ensure that the Big Society is not just big, but also sustainable and fair?

Speakers: Anna Coote, head of social policy, nef; Jonty Olliff-Cooper, director of policy and strategy, A4e and member of the steering group of the Big Society Network; Patrick Butler, editor of society, health and education policy, The Guardian.

Chair: Mark Easton, BBC Home Editor.


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