Midwifery, philanthropy and the London riots all feature as issues covered by events which made it into Policy Review TV’s top 100 most viewed of 2011.
In top spot was an interview with Cathy Warwick CBE, general secretary of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), filmed prior to the organisation’s annual conference in November.
Other speakers, such as Anne Milton MP, minister for public health, and Liz Stephens, RCM president, discussed latest research, best practice and practice-innovation at the event.
A speech made by Nicola Dandridge, chief executive of Universities UK, at the Higher Education Futures Forum in May, was the second-most watched piece on the website.
An interview with Sarah Cowley, professor of Community Practice Development at King’s College London, at the Unite/CPHVA Annual Professional Conference – Critical Ages, Creative Solutions, in October, was the third most-viewed video.
In fourth place was a ministerial address from Rt Hon David Willetts MP at Going Global 2011 in Hong Kong in March, while the fifth most-viewed video was of a passionate first-hand account of unfolding events in Tahrir Square earlier this year, by political activist and American University in Cairo student Sarah Abdel Rahman, at 18 Days That Changed Egypt, in March.
Also among Policy Review TV’s top 100 presentations of 2011 are a piece from Andrew Stunell OBE MP, from the Delivering Services for Gypsies and Travellers conference; a debate at What is British Philanthropy? How Can it Support Higher Education and the Arts?, with guests including Professor Lord Robert Winston, and Ed Vaizey MP, minister for culture, communications and creative industries, speaking at The Future of Library Services in the Big Society, in June.