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The dates are now set for this year's Members' Meeting: 13-15 April 2018.

It's a great chance to make your voice heard about how you would like to see Labour International develop and, of course, to meet other members in person!

More information to follow soon about agenda and organisation here and via mailshot. (Keep your eyes on your email inbox!)

Members Meeting in Dublin 13-15 April 2018: Save the Date!

The dates are now set for this year's Members' Meeting: 13-15 April 2018. It's a great chance to make your voice heard about how you would like to see Labour...

Labour members living overseas aged under 27 are launching a campaign to promote the group, which plans to officially form next year.

Young Labour International members form group "to beat the Tories and look good doing it"

Labour members living overseas aged under 27 are launching a campaign to promote the group, which plans to officially form next year. Read more

The results of the survey about who the Labour International Coordinating Committee should nominate to NEC in the forthcoming election are as follows: 

  • Jon Lansman: 565
  • Eddie Izzard: 561
  • Yasmin Dar: 522
  • Gurinder Singh Josan: 449
  • Rachel Garnham: 448
  • Johanna Baxter: 334

 

NEC Election Survey: Results

The results of the survey about who the Labour International Coordinating Committee should nominate to NEC in the forthcoming election are as follows:  Jon Lansman: 565 Eddie Izzard: 561 Yasmin... Read more

Germany is home to many members of the Labour Party, a number of whom are active
within Labour International. This week saw the first all-Germany meeting. 

First all-Germany meeting for LI

Germany is home to many members of the Labour Party, a number of whom are active within Labour International. This week saw the first all-Germany meeting.  Read more

Labour International on Twitter

Check out Labour International on Twitter.

 

Here's our Labour International blog for the 2017 Labour Conference. The lively posts cover both the main Conference and the Women's Conference.

 

 

Labour International 2017 Conference Blog

  Here's our Labour International blog for the 2017 Labour Conference. The lively posts cover both the main Conference and the Women's Conference.     Read more

Dear Comrades,

Our dear friend and comrade David M Rothery died early in May after being taken
suddenly ill.

David
was a passionate internationalist, a life-long socialist and a true friend.
David
served as a member of Labour International's Executive, the LICC and was
the Treasurer of Labour International.

Our thoughts are with him, his family and his daughters.
We miss you loads, you are irreplaceable, dear friend.


Colin, on behalf of the LICC

Obituary for David M. Rothery, LICC Member and Treasurer

Dear Comrades, Our dear friend and comrade ​David ​ M ​Rothery ​died early in May after being takensuddenly ill.David ​ was a passionate internationalist, a life-long socialist and a true friend.David... Read more

Date: 3 April, 2017

 

Dear Members of the NEC,

we are shocked and angered by the decision taken by Ruskin College, Oxford to effectively close the International Labour and Trade Union Studies BA and MA courses by making all academic staff in this department redundant. The decision removes from the UK the only remaining institution providing labour and trade union studies.

Ruskin College was established in 1899 to provide education to working class people who couldn’t have otherwise gone to university, and since then the institution has contributed enormously to both the advancement of working-class lives, and the understanding and development of the labour movement.

In the context of the rise in precarious forms of work, further legislative attacks on trade unions, and attacks on higher education more broadly, it is imperative that we have a labour movement that can preserve and learn from our history and develop informed strategy on how to counter this onslaught. Ruskin College has a unique and integral role in doing this.

We therefore ask the Labour Party to call on Ruskin College’s management to reverse this decision and ensure that an independent, radical, critical labour movement education is available for future generations, and to give maximum publicity to opposing the closure of these courses and the associated staff redundancies.

Comradely, 

Labour International CLP Coordinating Committee

LICC e-mail to NEC on closure of TU courses at Ruskin College

Date: 3 April, 2017   Dear Members of the NEC, we are shocked and angered by the decision taken by Ruskin College, Oxford to effectively close the International Labour and...

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