Updated: Jun 14
The NPC Annual Convention will host an impressive list of leading experts at four topical webinars this June. The free to view sessions will feature key discussions on older people’s rights, pensions & income, health & social care and uniting the generations.
Our confirmed speakers include world famous health and social care leader Professor Sir Michael Marmot, Director of the International Institute for Society and Health; Gail Cartmail, President of the TUC; Jackie Killeen, Director of the Equality and Human Rights Commission; and Judith Ish-Horowicz MBE, Founder of the UK’s first nursery in a care home.
The virtual Convention replaces our usual annual in- person get-together, which was halted by the pandemic. But our free to view sessions, which will also be streamed on YouTube promise to be a must-see events.
General Secretary Jan Shortt said: “The Annual Convention is an important event on the NPC calendar, and while it is quite different this year, we want to ensure that it is very much relevant to our policies and campaigning remit. We hope as many people as possible support it .”
A full programme of speakers will be released soon.
The webinar dates and times are below and you will need to register in advance, for each webinar, in order to attend. If you have any difficulties trying to register and then please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.
All the webinars will also be live streamed to the NPC YouTube channel
You can find the registration links below for each date.
June 8 - 10:30 - 12:00
Annual Convention Opening Rally
Ron Douglas - President, National Pensioners Convention
Gail Cartmail - President, TUC & Assistant General Secretary, Unite The Union
Jackie Killeen - Director of Compliance, Equality & Human Rights Commission
Rosa Curling & Cori Crider - Directors, Foxglove Data Watch
Jan Shortt - General Secretary, National Pensioners Convention
To find out more about the speakers to
To register, click the link below and fill in your details
To dial in by telephone (United Kingdom)
(It is recommended to dial a local number out of the ones listed below. Please note you may be charged for your call depending on your telephone contract.)
0330 088 5830 or 0131 460 1196 or 0203 481 5237 or 0203 481 5240 or
0203 901 7895 or 0208 080 6591 or 0208 080 6592
Webinar ID: 972 7820 0265
N.B. Those dialing in by phone do not need to register.
June 18 - 10:30 - 12:30
State Pension Inequality & Pensioner Poverty
Brian Sturtevant - NPC Pensions & Income Working Party Chair