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Age UK will have a presence at the Liberal Democrat, Labour, Conservative and SNP party conferences this autumn. We will be speaking at events on care, fraud, pensions and health.

Listed below are events Age UK are co-hosting with other organisations; please direct any enquiries to rachael.chrisp@ageuk.org.uk with the subject title 'Party Conferences Enquiry'.


Event: The fraud fringe

Age UK will be speaking alongside a coalition of organisations including Cifas, Insurance Fraud Bureau, Financial Fraud Action UK, Federation of Communications Services, CTSI and BBA  on the importance of data sharing, protecting vulnerable customers and raising awareness of fraud and scams.

Labour Party Conference

When: Monday, 26 September, 5.30pm - 7pm
Venue: Liverpool ACC Meeting Room 11C

Chair: TBC

Speakers:

  • Chi Onwurah MP, Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy
  • Jack Dromey MP, Former Shadow Minister for Policing
  • Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director, Age UK
  • More TBC

Conservative Party Conference

When: Tuesday, 4 October, 5.45pm – 7pm
Venue: Birmingham ICC Hall 8B

Chair: TBC

Speakers:

  • Jane Vass, Director of Policy and Research, Age UK
  • More TBC

SNP Party Conference

When: Friday, 14 October, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Venue: Glasgow, TBC

Chair: TBC

Speakers:

  • Angela Kitching, Head of External Affairs, Age UK
  • More TBC

Event: Who cares in an ageing Britain? Time for a new deal with families

Age UK partners with ConservativeHome, Carer's UK and Conservative Women's Organisation to discuss the role of families and care.

Conservative Party Conference

When: Tuesday 4 October, 12.00pm – 1.30pm
Venue: ConservativeHome Marquee, Birmingham

Chair: TBC, ConservativeHome

Speakers:

  • David Mowat MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Community Health and Care (Invited)
  • Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director, Age UK
  • Heléna Herklots, Chief Executive, Carer's UK
  • Katy Bourne, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner

Visit our Politics and Government section to learn more about how Age UK works to promote the interests of people in later life to Government and politicians.

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For more information: Call Age UK on: 0800 169 8787