| 9:30 am - 4:00 p.m
NCVO, Society Building, 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL, United Kingdom.

Hosted by WISERD, this one day symposium will explore the role of the family in civil society engagement and the significance of intergenerational transmission in relation to political participation, trade unions and Euroscepticism. The day will also showcase latest findings from the WISERD ESRC Civil Society research.

This symposium is free to attend and lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Programme

9:30

Registration, tea/coffee and refreshments 

9:50 

Introduction - Sally Power, WISERD Co-Director

10:00 

Future generations, the family and civil society - Hilary Graham, University of York

10:30 

Volunteering as a family activity- Veronique Jochum, National Council for Voluntary Organisations

11:00 

Life course and the inter-generational transmission of political participation - Mario Quaranta, European University Institute, Italy

11:30 

The inter-generational transmission of trade unionism: memory, place and kinship practices - Helen Blakely and Rhys Davies, Cardiff University 

12:00 

Leaving an inheritance: A sociological exploration of bequest giving - Rhian Powell, Cardiff University

12:30

Lunch

13:00 

The family and the development of political values: the intergenerational transmission of Euroscepticism - Stuart Fox, Cardiff University

13:30 

Cash and Class: intergenerational transmission of values and capital in the UK - Emily Rainsford, Newcastle University

14:00 

Mapping intergenerational orientations to Civil Society - Esther Muddiman, Kate Moles, Chris Taylor and Sally Power, Cardiff University

14.30

Round up discussions

15:30

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