About UsResource HubGet InvolvedSupport UsJoinThe Team

The Left and Radical Welsh Independence

Monday 27th September5:30pm7pm
Old Steine Gardens - North Tent

In the aftermath of Brexit and the UK government's response to covid, support for Welsh independence- particularly among young people- has surged. How can this opposition to Westminster be mobilized towards a socialist agenda? Is independence the best possible outcome, and why not further devolution and/or ‘radical federalism’? To what extent does Welsh independence take account of the country’s race, class, regional and other diversity? And amidst all of this, does the longstanding association of Wales with the Labour party and with socialism remain secure, or does it obscure the extent to which this tradition is breaking down and being replaced by other left political currents.

Particpants/Speakers:

Harriet is Vice Chair of Momentum, a trade union organiser and an ACORN Officer in Cardiff.

Twitter
Author of Clampdown: Pop-Cultural Wars on Class and Gender

Bethan Winter is a Welsh Labour Party politician. She has been the Member of Parliament for Cynon Valley since the 2019 general election.

Partners

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung LondonMomentumCommunication Workers Union
Unite the UnionYoung LabourSocialist Campaign Group of Labour MPsAutonomyIWGBGlobal Justice NowBFAWUMayDay RoomsCommunity BaseDisabled People Against CutsUCUPeace & Justice ProjectNational Nurses UnitedThe Democracy Collaborative

Media Partners

Red PepperVersoPluto PressNovara MediaRadical Art ReviewThe Ecologist
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
Transform! EuropeLipman Miliband TrustCommon KnowledgeAndrew Wainwright Reform Trust
About UsFundingPrivacy Policy