CESI | 18.02.2007 13:52 | Workers' Movements
The New Deals - the next 10 years
Tuesday 13 March 2007
Royal Society of Arts (RSA), London
BROCHURE AND BOOKING FORM AVAILBALE
John Hutton MP, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
A major conference on the future of the New Deals for young people and
adults - taking forward the debate on how welfare programmes can and
should be reformed.
John Hutton MP, Secretary of State will make a keynote speech looking at
the future of the New Deals and how they fit in the wider welfare reform
debate. Other keynote speakers will debate the changes they think are
needed and what the future New Deals should look like.
Conference questions are:
¢ How can we significantly improve job entries for long-term JSA
¢ How can we improve sustained employment and reduce New Deal
¢ Should there be a more personalised approach
¢ How can the New Deals better meet the needs of the most
¢ Should local partners be enabled to adapt New Deal to the needs of
their local economy?
Inclusion are asking people their views on the New Deal through a short
on-line survey, and we hope to release the results at the conference.
Contribute to the debate by telling us your views. Click here to go the
Places are limited so book soon to avoid disappointment.
Register on line or download the booking form at www.cesi.org.uk or
contact the Inclusion Events Team on +44 (0)20 7582 7221 or email