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Decrim and Desecuritisation

Sunday 26th September11am12:30pm
Brighthelm Centre - Auditorium

With the new Labour leadership reverting to the “tough on crime” rhetoric of the Blair years, and many MPs continuing to advocate the controversial Nordic Model, now is a key moment for the left to advance decriminalisation as a crucial organising principle which pushes back against a rising agenda of state violence and punishment. This session will focus on the decriminalisation of both drugs and sex work, and will explore how current organising around this issue can serve to forge connections between struggles and to to embed abolitionist principles into labour left organising.

Particpants/Speakers:

Member of Labour4Decrim.

Member of Scottish Labour, serving as MP for Glasgow.

United Voices of the World

Dom Hunter is the author of "Chav Solidarity" and "Tracksuits, Traumas and Class Traitors" books about his experiences of poverty, criminalisation, and grassroots politics.

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