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London Event 21 May – Making Modern Policymaking Work

Tuesday, May 21, from 06:00 p.m. Juju’s Bar and Stage, Ely’s Yard, 15 Hanbury St, London E1 6QR.

In a fast moving new century, how can policymaking keep up? What new pressures do technology, social media, populism and globalisation exert on making government work? What skills. techniques and strategies work best to get ahead- and how does anyone handle the stress?

PS21 pulls together an expert panel to discuss. This event will be held under Chatham House rules

Speakers:

Jessica Toale (moderator) – incoming PS21 board member, former Executive Director, Centre for Development Results.

Liane Saunders – Strategy Director and Strategic Programme Coordinator, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Jack Watling – Land Warfare Fellow, Royal United Services Institute

Myles Wickstead – Former senior UK development official, British Ambassador to Ethiopia and World Bank board member

Doors open 6pm, discussion starts at 7pm, as per usual, the bar will be open throughout.

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