Progressive Governance: Towards Growth and Shared Prosperity

I am participating in the transatlantic conference “Progressive Governance: Towards Growth and Shared Prosperity” where political leaders, experts and policymakers from across Europe and North America try to set a credible path for progressive governance and ambitious reform in the post-financial crisis era. The programme is packed with interesting discussions.

This major gathering organised by Policy Network and Global Progress is hosted by Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. It brings together political leaders from both sides of the Atlantic, including Stefan Löfven (Sweden), Ed Miliband (UK), Martin O’Malley (US), Diederik Samsom (Netherlands), Thomas Mulcair (Canada), as well as over 150 leading thinkers, policymakers, academics, campaigners and a new generation of progressive politicians, for a major two day programme of transatlantic policy exchange and critical debate on how the centre-left can respond to the challenges of growth, social stability and declining living standards.