Past Events

Progress rally against grammar schools

Dec 12, 2016

Progress rally against grammar schools  7-8.30pm, 12 December 2016 Committee Room 15, Houses of Parliament, SW1A 0AA Progress are holding an anti-grammar schools rally, timed to coincide with the government consultation. This is an opportunity to show the Labour party are united on this important issue, and there will be a broad range of speakers …

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Training event: How to make a speech (BAME) – London

Dec 5, 2016

Join us for a ‘How to make a speech’ training event – BAME. Powered by Eventbrite

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Passionate and principled: How do we reenergise progressive centre ground politics?

Nov 29, 2016

Passionate and principled: How do we reenergise progressive centre ground politics? Tuesday 29 November, 6.30–8.30pm, Committee Room 8, House of Commons, Westminster Across the globe, centre left politics is in retreat. This discussion will centre around how the Labour party can fashion a progressive centre ground politics that can command popular support in a post-Brexit, Trump world. …

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Training event: How to stand for public office (BAME) – London

Nov 28, 2016

Join us at our ‘How to stand for public office’ training – BAME. Powered by Eventbrite

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Hardest hit: What does the autumn statement mean for women? In Manchester

Nov 24, 2016

Hardest hit: What does the autumn statement mean for women? In Manchester  6-8pm 24 November 2016 The Studio Manchester, 51 Lever St, Manchester, M1 1FN After the Conservative party won the general election of 2015, A Fair Deal for Women (comprised of 11 women’s charities, including Women’s Aid and the Fawcett Society), noted that we …

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Hardest hit: What does the autumn statement mean for women?

Nov 23, 2016

Hardest hit: What does the autumn statement mean for women? 6.30-8.30pm 23 November 2016 The Thatcher Room, Portcullis House, Westminster, SW1A 2LW After the Conservative party won the general election of 2015, A Fair Deal for Women (comprised of 11 women’s charities, including Women’s Aid and the Fawcett Society), noted that we risk widening gender …

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