The fourth session in the Jubilee Centre's Civic Virtue and the Common Good’ webinar series, ‘Civic Virtue, Devolving Power and Empowering Citizens’ welcomed
- Imogen Sinclair, Director of the New Social Covenant Unit
- Kim Leadbeater MBE MP, More In Common Batley and Spen Ambassador and Member of Parliament for Batley and Spen
Hosted by Senior Centre Research Fellow Lord James O'Shaughnessy this session discussed how to identify, celebrate and extend those aspects of devolution that make democratic renewal and greater citizen participation truly possible, while at the same time ensuring that policies and structures are sensitive to the character and particular local needs of all citizens.
A position paper shared with the speakers, outlining the topics considered and questions still to be addressed in this area can be found on the Jubilee Centre Blog Site, Virtue Insight, here.
A recording of this session can be found below, and via our YouTube Channel.