Join this crucial discussion about the left and the movements in the year ahead
This is the most dramatic political moment for a generation. Our rulers face a series of interlocking crises; spreading war, economic stagnation, turmoil in the EU and a refugee catastrophe.
Everywhere there is rising anger and a deep crisis of representation. In Britain we have the most left wing Labour leader ever. Discontent is growing in workplaces and communities. While there are openings for the right, the left has huge opportunities.
This is a moment to be active, but also to be clear. Our conference aims to develop the sharpest possible analysis of a fast moving situation. It will discuss how socialists should relate to Brexit, the threat of war with Russia, how best to campaign against racism, how we can keep the Corbyn project moving forward and build resistance on the ground, and much more.
Meanwhile, book your place here and be part of it.
Saturday 9.30 - 5pm
Brexit, resistance and the People's Assembly
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Trotsky and Trotskyism in the 21st Century
Trump and Imperialism
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We welcome resolutions from members for the conference. The deadline for resolutions will be midnight, Friday 18 November. Amendments can be submitted up to November 25. Conference also elects the Counterfire steering committee. The deadline for nominations for steering committee is also Friday 25 November. Anyone who has been a member for a year or more can be nominated. Nominations, resolutions or amendments should be sent to [email protected]. Nominations must include one sentence of information about yourself.
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