Labour Conference 2015: Where next for the left?
Our first fringe event at Labour Conference 2015 will debate where next for the left and the labour movement after the General Election and the Labour Leadership elections. Our panel will discuss the issues and policy areas they think the Labour Party need to make a priority in the coming months, including rebalancing the economy and a focus on housing, young people and workers’ rights.
Where next for the left? will look at how progressive policies combined with strategies that harness the recent public engagement in politics can help build the social movement needed for Labour to win in 2020.
Frances O’Grady, TUC General Secretary
Danny Dorling, Mackinder Professor of Geography, University of Oxford
Jo Stevens MP, Labour MP for Cardiff Central
Owen Jones, political commentator, author of The Establishment and Chavs
Chair: Cllr Laura Pidcock, Northumberland Council, elected member of Labour’s NPF
This event is kindly supported by Morrish Solicitors.
Please note: This is a fringe event at this year's Labour Party Conference and visitors will need a conference pass to attend.
Class will have a stand (116) in the conference hall throughout Labour Party conference with a wide range of publications and materials available for free.