Labour Party Conference event announced: Building a 21st Century Open Left

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Both Labour and the Left are at a political, cultural and economic crossroads. How can we face the challenges of the 21st Century? How can we build a left which can rise to them?

Sunday September 25th 2016, 6-8 PM, Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT
(Outside secure zone)


Ed Miliband MP

Clive Lewis MP, Shadow Secretary State of Defence

Kate Green MP

Chi Onwurah MP

Louise Haigh MP

Jim Mcmahon MP

Charlotte Nicholls, Young Labour National Committee and Open Labour

James Stafford, Renewal

Cllr Tom Miller (Brent) and Cllr Alex Sobel (Leeds), Open Labour

Chair: Cllr Bev Craig (Manchester), Co-Chair of Open Labour

Labour has now gone for some time without adequately tackling some of the big issues facing our society.

This conimageference event will bring together activists and MPs to debate how Labour and the broad left can face the big challenges of the 21st Century: the tech revolution and automation, the west’s ageing population, climate change and energy scarcity, and the stagnation of market fundamentalist economics.

What kind of left does Britain need? Join us at conference to add your voice to the debate.

You can receive regular updates on our events and activities here – see you at conference.

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