‘Austerity Britain: Where From and Where To?’ organized by the University of Warwick, Politics and International Studies Department, 3 March, Coventry Central Methodist Hall Chris Clarke, Assistant Professor in Political Economy at the University of Warwick: the financial crisis, economic ideas and alternative finance. Tony Conway, Chair of the People’s Assembly, Coventry. Juanita Elias, Associate Professor in International Political Economy, University of Warwick: crisis of social care in UK. Mike Fowler, Chief Executive of Coventry Cyrenians, which provides services to homeless and vulnerably housed people in Coventry and Warwickshire with the objective of improving their quality of life and to empower them to live as independently as possible. Simon Glaze, Teaching Fellow in International Political Economy, University of Warwick: economic ideas and policy making in the UK. Matt King, Fair Chance, Prevention & Floating Support Service Manager at St Basil’s Coventry, which works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Jane Nellist, Secretary of the Coventry Trade Unions Council and a member of the executive of the National Union of Teachers. Sophie Parkes, Campaigns, Communications & Marketing Manager at Coventry Citizens Advice Bureau. Ben Richardson, Associate Professor in International Political Economy, University of Warwick: the moral dimensions of economic policies, including austerity. Chris Rogers, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Economy, University of Warwick: the history of austerity in Britain, social democracy, and possibilities for developing alternatives to capitalism.