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During the last parliament Progress held 66 events, in 35 cities, engaging 3,000 members across the United Kingdom.

We held events in Barrow, Blackpool, Brighton, Bristol, Burton, Cambridge, Canterbury, Cardiff, Durham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Grantham, Ipswich, Leicester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Maidstone, Manchester, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Oxford, Preston, Reading, Redcar, Rochester, Sheffield, Slough, Sunderland, Swansea, Warwick, Watford and York.

We are only able to organise these events thanks to the support we get though our membership. Help us bring the debate to even more people during this parliament by joining Progress today: prog.rs/join

Start:
Mar 27, 2017
End:
Mar 27, 2017
Venue:
Board room, 11 Tufton Street
London, SW1P 3QB United Kingdom

Progress training: How to stand for public office (BAME members only)

This session is an opportunity to learn about the opportunities out there for standing for public office, whether you’d like to be a school governor or a councillor. You will learn about the challenges you may face, how to prepare to be involved in your community and how to be the best candidate you can be. Please note this training session is open to BAME members only Please note these training sessions are for Progress members only. Powered by Eventbrite

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Start:
Apr 1, 2017
End:
Apr 2, 2017
Venue:
Stoke Rochford
Grantham , Lincolnshire NG33 5EJ United Kingdom

Progress political weekend 2017

Progress political weekend 2017 Join us to debate the future of the Labour party and the renewal of centre-left Labour politics 1-2 April 2017 Stoke Rochford Hall, near Grantham Each year Progress organises a political weekend full of workshops, seminars and plenaries with Labour’s front bench and leading progressive thinkers. Held at the NUT’s Stoke Rochford Hall, the event has become a regular feature in the Labour political calendar. This year we are pleased to announce that our speakers so far include: Harriet Harman MP, Jess…

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