The Working Class and the Labour Party

BELOW are links to some model motions for Labour Party Conference Sept 2021 that have been circulated to members with support from the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy (CLPD), addressing the exclusion within the party of low income and working class people.

BELOW are some model motions submitted to Women's Conference 2021 that respond to the changes in society and the economy as a result of the COVID crisis, with a focus on women, children and class inequality.

Labour Party National Women's Committee

Mandy Clare's report back from the first NaWC meeting held on 9th September 2021 is Here

Go HERE to find out more about how the political invisibility of the working class came about and how it harms society and democracy.

It is time the Labour party actively created pathways to reverse the sharp decline of working class political visibility and engagement. Eddisbury CLP are the first CLP to have voted to approve the creation of a local Working Class Officer within their CLP. The motion can be found HERE

A model outline for the new role can be found HERE just substitute the name of your Branch or CLP