Join Centre for Cities in partnership with Policy@Manchester for this panel discussion exploring the impact of health inequality and work place wellbeing on productivity, how to effectively connect areas such as housing and education with health and employment, and what ‘levelling up’ health inequalities could mean for places with lower productivity.
Professor Matthew Ashton, Head of Public Health, Liverpool City Council
Dr Luke Munford, Senior Lecturer in Health Economics, University of Manchester
Andrew Gwynne, Shadow Minister (Health and Social Care) (invited)
Chair: Andrew Carter, Chief Executive, Centre for Cities
Attendance at this Labour Party Conference fringe event will be on a first-come basis.