Into the home straight, but still no shortage of events to attend today. Ed Miliband MP might be joining the earlier starters at the Climate Climate @ The Cube at 8am for Labour and Climate Change: Maintaining Leadership
Lunchtime (12.45pm) means an awkward decision to make between;
Can we ever make poverty history? A Q+A event, hosted by the great and the good of the NGO world with Douglas Alexander MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Development and Anas Sarwar MP (Manchester Central, Charter 4)
Will population boom end in bust? Hosted by Save the Children and Population Watch in The Usdaw Marquee – Room 2 with Gareth Thomas MP
On the Frontline: Women, Peace and Conflict with Baroness Kinnock and Action Aid in Manchester Central, Central 4.
LCID will be beaming with pride at 6.30pm when our very own David Taylor chairs Beyond Aid: what role for tax in international development? With Christian Aid and Stephen Timms MP in Manchester Central, Charter 4
But before that, we’ll try to catch the first hour of Aid: Help or hindrance? Can aid help poor people hold their leaders to account? ( 5.30pm in Midland Hotel, Chester Suite) or Making the International Arms Trade Treaty Bulletproof (5.30pm in Manchester Central, Central 4)
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