Festival of Ideas: In Conversation with Lisa Nandy

14th Oct 2019, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Faculty of Education

 

On the opening day of this year’s Festival of Ideas, we’re delighted to welcome onto campus Member of Parliament, Lisa Nandy.

Lisa has been the MP for Wigan since 2010 and has served under Jeremy Corbin as the Shadow Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change before resigning from this post in 2016. Prior to this, Lisa was also the Shadow Minister for Children and the Shadow Minister for Charities.

Lisa will be in conversation, discussing British politics, her views on current affairs and her career so far as a Member of Parliament.

Join us in E1 (Faculty of Education) where this event will take place. The event is due to start at 12pm promptly, so please arrive beforehand to ensure you’re registered and seated for 12pm.

This is a FREE event, open to the public (registration is essential) – there will be an opportunity for audience Q&A.

Programme

  • 11.30am – Arrival and refreshments
  • 12.00pm – Event start
  • 1.00pm – Event end

This event is part of Edge Hill University’s annual Festival of Ideas.   Programmed by the University’s three Research Institutes, ISR, ICE and HRI, this year the festival will explore the theme of Exchanges: Creativity, Community, Curiosity.

The exchange of ideas is the fuel of the knowledge and creative economy. Locally, nationally and internationally we are all involved in sharing concepts, swapping insights, and trading opinions. This year’s festival explores communication, reciprocity, and transactions in all areas, from policy making to healthcare, social enterprise to cultural production. Be the exchange you want to see

More information about the festival and the full programme of events is available here