|PLENARY and PARALLEL SESSIONS from Region XI Symposium 6th and 7th June 2019
| After Brexit - Jonathan Carr-West, Chief Executive, LGIU.
Considers the implications for local council managers
| Lost in Control - Refocus the Purpose
Marius Buiting, Director Dutch Society for Supervisory Boards in healthcare
organizations and co-author of the book "Flipping the Organization."
| Digital Devolution or Actual Revolution?
The Relationship Between Digital Services and Democracy
Dr Catherine Howe is an expert in digital innovation, focusing on the area of digital
democracy and social change. She is also a Governor of the Democratic Society (offices
in Brussels, Italy and the UK) working to create opportunities for people to become
involved in the decisions that affect their lives.
| How Can Local Democratic Innovation Overcome the Global Democratic Recession?
Dr Oliver Escobar, lecturer in Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh, and
Co-Director of a research programme to advance public service reform.
|THURSDAY: ADVANCED PARALLEL / EDUCATION SESSIONS
| Regulation of Conduct of Local Politicians: A short history and lessons learned through experience
Paul Hoey, Co-director, Hoey Ainscough Associates Ltd
| Constitutional Change in An International Context But From a Scottish Perspective
Lynda Towers, Director of Public Law at Morton Fraser LLP
| Managing the Pace
Sue Keogh - Consultant for the Association of Democratic Services Officers (ADSO).
Previously - Director of Development for ADSO .