Join the debate on Labour’s future by becoming a member of the leading organisation for political progressives.
Progress membership gives you the unique opportunity to shape the political debate in the Labour party. As a member you will receive our full colour monthly magazine which, along with the Progress website, ProgressOnline, provides an important platform for the debate and discussion of progressive and radical ideas. You will also be able to vote for the members of Progress’ strategy board.
Progress membership also entitles you to special discounts on all of our fee-paying events. These include our ever-popular annual conference, which attract over 400 delegates. Speakers have included Oona King, Yvette Cooper MP, Peter Mandelson, You Gov’s Peter Kellner and David Miliband who have appeared alongside more than 50 others.
Throughout the year we also run a regular programme of seminars, lectures and regional conferences which, as a Progress member, you will be able to attend for free or at a special discounted rate.
Progress membership costs just £25 per year (£12 student and unwaged) and is only open to current members of the Labour party. If you are not a member of the Labour party but wish to receive the magazine, you can subscribe to Progress here.
You can join in the following ways:
Online direct debit:
Over the phone:
It only takes five minutes to set up a direct debit over the phone. Simply call 020 3435 6490.
Paper direct debit form:
Download a paper Progress membership form, fill in the reverse and return to ‘FREEPOST Progress’
Download a paper Progress membership form and return with a cheque for the relevant amount to ‘FREEPOST Progress’
Join the 100 Club
The Progress 100 Club offers you the opportunity to enjoy the great benefits of being a member of Progress while supporting our work further. Members of the Progress 100 Club are invited to two exclusive events a year and can attend our flag event, Progress annual conference, for free.
Annual 100 club
Quarterly 100 Club
Paper 100 Club direct debit form: