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A working class party is something to be

Date
Sun 22.09.19
Timings
3pm – 4:30pm

The Labour Party was created to provide working class people with representation in parliament. Yet, in recent years it's become common place to hear critics talk about Labour losing its 'working class base.' This session will examine Labour’s relationship to different working class communities across the UK and will draw conclusions about the political, cultural and organisational changes the Labour Party needs to make to better serve all working class people, regardless of race, gender, nationality or region.

Speakers

Chairman of the Labour Party, MP for Wansbeck and former trade union leader.

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Dr Faiza Shaheen is Director of the Centre for Social and Labour Studies (CLASS) and Parliamentary Candidate for Chingford and Woodford Green.

Dave is the General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union (CWU)

Rhian E Jones is a writer on history, politics and culture for New Socialist, New Humanist and Tribune Magazine and author of ‘Clampdown: Pop-cultural wars on class and gender’

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Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung/ Rosa Luxemburg Foundation is a transnational alternative policy group and educational institution centred in Germany.

The Communication Workers Union is the main trade union in the United Kingdom for people working for telephone, cable, digital subscriber line and postal delivery companies. It has 110,000 members in Royal Mail as well as more in many other communication companies.

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