ResPublica, with the support of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, are organising a Conservative anti-poverty month, with five online panels spread over four weeks in June, welcoming Conservative MPs and prominent academics.
The third of the five panels will be on the issue of family policy.
Speakers and key talking points:
Samantha Callan, Parliamentary Advisor, House of Lords (Chair)
Katie Schmuecker Deputy Director of Policy and Partnerships JRF (Trends and key issues of family poverty)
Miriam Cates MP (Family hubs, family tax, and the problems with overuse of childcare in early years)
Baron James O'Shaughnessy (Findings from the social capital work)
Tina Haux, Director, Centre for Children and Families, Natcen (Natcen findings and inequality attitudes)