The Convention was a two-day event on May 12th & 13th at Central Hall, Westminster,
bringing you the best minds from culture, politics and media to understand where we are, how we got here
and what we’re going to do about it.
The Convention was the first large scale, two-day public debate on the deep impacts of Brexit and the Political Crash. The vital debate that government never allowed to happen.
Only open debate can enlighten this Election and promote new thinking. The Convention is about people gathering to shape Britain’s future.
Our event at Central Hall on May 12th & 13th was held in memory of the late Georgina Henry of the Guardian.
Georgina Henry (1960-2014) was Deputy Editor of the Guardian and the founding editor of Comment is free (Cif). She was an inspiration to young women journalists. George was closely involved with the staging of the Convention on Modern Liberty in 2009.