The Renaissance Newsletter – September 2021 edition

The Renaissance Newsletter – September 2021 edition

Join Renaissance at three #Lab21 events in Brighton

We are inviting you to join us at three events at Labour Conference.

Our chair, Stephen Kinnock MP, will outline findings from Renaissance’s recent research, where we spoke to 60 former Labour voters.

We’re partnering with Progressive Britain on the Monday afternoon, while Stephen will join the Social Market Foundation on Monday lunchtime and Ipsos Mori on the Tuesday lunchtime.

Speakers, timings and locations:

12-1pm, Monday 27 September: Social Market Foundation – Building a winning coalition.
Durham Room at the Hilton. With Stephen Kinnock MP (Renaissance), Adam Drummond (Opinium), Sonia Sodha (The Observer), and Thangam Debbonaire MP.

5.30-7pm, 27 Sept: Progressive Britain and Renaissance – Rebuilding Labour and the Nation.
Sandringham Suite in Queen’s Hotel. With Cllr Shama Tatler (chair), Stephen Kinnock MP (Renaissance), Chris Curtis (Opinium), Liz Kendall MP (Shadow Minister for Social Care), Kim Leadbeater (MP for Batley & Spen), Ian Murray MP (Shadow Sec of State for Scotland). Tell us you’re coming!

1.30-3.30pm, 28 Sept: Ipsos MORI – What Britons really think and what it means for Labour.
Grand Hotel. With Keiran Pedley (Ipsos MORI), Pippa Crerar (Mirror), Stephen Kinnock MP (Renaissance).You may also want to join our Advisory Board members at the following discussions:

Keir’s essay
Before conference why not take the time to read Keir Starmer’s new essay “The Road Ahead” which reflects some of the common themes emerging in our research; namely the public’s desire for better jobs, sensible levels of spending, and pride in our nation – along with a commitment to the values of family, community, personal responsibility, hard work, contribution and reward.

Please forward this email to anyone who might want to join us at conference, or join our mailing list.

Best wishes,

Joe Jervis
Director – Renaissance