PCF Seminars and Events - January

PCF Seminar with Rt Hon Peter Riddell

PCF Seminar with Rt Hon Peter Riddell

January 11 2012

A PCF seminar with Rt Hon Peter Riddell, who will be the new Executive Director of the Institute for Government from 1 January 2012. This will be a great opportunity for members to meet Peter early in his new role, and will also be an opportunity for him to share his perspectives on the challenges faced by Government over the coming year. Peter’s biography can be downloaded here.

All meetings will take place in our offices in Carlton Gardens, London. Visit the contact us page for full location details.

Adhoc seminars will be arranged around fixed date seminars as necessary, in order to be as responsive as possible to the current environment and requirements of PCF members.

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