Now into it’s 9th year running, the RSGB National Analysts Conference (Joining the Dots) will once again be returning with a live event on 6th March 2024, continuing to provide support and guidance for the road safety profession, stakeholders and the wider community alike.
Following seven successful years of being booked to capacity in conference venues, and the success of last year’s hybrid conference, This year we will once again be taking the Joining the Dots conference hybrid. The hybrid conference will be hosted at Woburn house, London, as well as being streamed live online.
This years focus of course will be on the most pressing topics facing the profession. Content will be focused around four core themes; Data and Policy, Machine Learning and new data, Safety Performance Indicators, and examples of good practice.
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Richard Holden MP
Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Roads and Local Transport)
Richard Holden was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport on 28 October 2022. He was elected as the MP for North West Durham in 2019.
Richard served on the Public Accounts Committee from 2019-2021 and on the European Statutory Instruments Committee until his appointment. He has been part of UK parliamentary delegations to international bodies for democracy, such as the Council of Europe and the Inter-Parliamentary Union. He was a parliamentary private secretary to DCMS, then briefly at DfT and DIT.
Before joining the government, Richard was involved in several campaigns, including leading parliamentary effort to ban hymenoplasty and so-called virginity testing, for which he was given the ‘true honour’ award by IKWRO. Richard also actively led on the campaign for lower duty on draught beer, being awarded ‘Parliamentarian of the Year’ by the All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG) on pubs. Immediately prior to becoming a minister, he was leading a private members bill to extent auto-enrolment on pensions to younger and part-time workers.