Although virus restrictions have brought a temporary halt to our programme of face to face events in Westminster, NIESR continued to stage a regular programme of high quality, highly relevant virtual events.
We expect to announce our programme for the first half of 2021 early in the new year. Highlights will include the second annual Dow lecture, to be given by James Bullard (Tuesday 9th February, 5pm-6pm). Watch out too for the first NIESR Parliamentary Lecture in April, and major events on the way in which data is used by the media, and how the finance sector should be preparing for climate change in the run up to COP26. Together, of course, with our high-profile quarterly briefings of the UK and global economies.
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The Institute is committed to providing equality of access to services and facilities and to the development of an inclusive environment for all visitors and staff, and we aim to offer assistance and support wherever possible to any visitor who has a disability. Please do let us know in advance how we can assist your visit to the Institute – we are happy to discuss with you how we can support you. Due to the nature of our Grade II listed building we are unable to provide step-free access to our facilities and the Library is not currently accessible to wheelchair users or those with limited mobility, but we are developing resources to access events via video link or conference call, and would welcome feedback on how to improve access for all.