The 1001 Critical Days Manifesto will be re-launching in Parliament on Monday 14th December to an invited audience of over 200 politicans, civil servants, special advisors, Royal College representations, WAVE Trust, NSPCC, Institute of Health Visiting amonst over 100 organisations that are a part of the coalition . The charity Parent Infant Partnership (PIP) UK is hosting this high-level event which will see a line up of speakers including:
- Tim Loughton MP - Chairman
- Countess Spencer
- Andrea Leadsom MP -Founder of the 1001 Critical Days Manifesto
- Belinda Phipps - PIP UK Patron
- Dr Alan Gregoire - Chair of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance
We are delighted to have eight political parties from across the political spectrum pledging their support and committment to the manifesto, to ensure that every baby has the best possible start in life.
This week will see an incredible surge of interest and media coverage to take out campaign feet forward into 2016 to capitalise on the momentum and interest gained in the last Parliament. We have a three hour debate in the House of Commons as well as a NEW All Party Parliamentary Party Group (APPG) science and policy programme for 2016 to continue bringing experts and politicans together to make good policy that will have a lasting impact on children.