National Policy Forum
Labour Party policy is made democratically, through discussion and consultation . One of the main reasons we join the Labour party is to have a part in this and to help shape the policies of a future Labour government. Labour International brings together members living all over the world to discuss and share ideas and help build a more equal and prosperous Britain. Using our National Policy Forum we feed into discussions with politicians and representatives from across the Labour Party.
- NPF & How we shape Policy
- NPF Commissions
- NPF at Labour International – Who’s Who
- NPF Consultations 2022 Preview
- NPF 2020 – Consultations
- NPF 2020 – Interim Reports
- Labour Policy – Other Reports and Key Documents
Policy Process Reform
- Whats wrong and how it should work.
- Reform of the Labour Party Policy Process
- LI Response to 2020 NPF Education consultation
- LI response to NPF Economy, Business and Trade consultation (section 2.)
- LI Response to the NPF consultation on the economy
You can find more information about Labour’s National Policy Forum (NPF) by visiting the NPF website,