The Ideas Network 2030
The Ideas Network 2030 was launched in September 2018 with the mission to provide an informal framework for individuals of the centre-right of British politics – along with other stakeholders interested in long-term trends and their effects on our economy, politics and society – to meet, discuss, evaluate and assess their relevance and importance to current politics in the United Kingdom.
The Network is working with local, national and European stakeholders across politics, business, academia and society to drive change and nurture ideas. Its main partners as of today are the Wilfred Martens Centre (WMC), the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), and the Conservative European Forum (CEF).
During 2022, we will continue our series of online conversations, working closely with our partners, as we move towards the next Summer University in Oxford in September 2022. We are currently planning a hybrid event, bringing together thought leaders of the next generation from politics, business, academia and civil society, with some of the most respected decision-makers and thinkers on long-term trends.
To find out more about the Ideas Network 2030 click here.
Potential ideas to improve the UK-EU relationship in particular for a younger generation
In September 2021 the Ideas Network published a document entitled “Potential ideas to improve the UK-EU relationship in particular for a younger generation”. Arising from discussions in the IN2030, and in particular the Summer University 2021, these ideas are designed with a younger generation in mind. They must be fully considered to ensure that young people can continue to engage with one another across borders in a way that ensures future understanding and cooperation.
Click here to view the document.
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Summer University 2022
Thursday 15 September & Friday 16 September 2022
Details to follow soon.
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Monday 21 March 2022
Is Europe Safe? Perspectives to 2030
Rt Hon Tobias Ellwood, MP, Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee &
David McAllister, MEP, Chair of the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee.
Chaired by Rt Hon Amber Rudd, Former Home Secretary
This event was jointly organised by the Ideas Network 2030 (IN2030) and the Conservative European Forum (CEF). The event was also organised in cooperation with the Wilfried Martens Centre (WMC) and supported by Conservative members associated with IN2030.
Click on the video boxes below to watch the videos from this event
Opening remarks by Rt Hon Tobias Ellwood, MP
Opening remarks by David McAllister, MEP