Arise 2022 – An Online Festival of Left Ideas

Arise 2022 – An Online Festival of Left Ideas

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An online festival of ideas like no other, featuring a month of dozens of unique sessions and different formats.

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Arise 2022 – An Online Festival of Left Ideas

Online. June 29 – July 28. You can see all sessions announced so far here.

Featuring newly announced international guests: Rodolfo Pastor, Secretary of the Presidency, Honduras // Danièle Obono, MP & spokesperson for La France Insoumise // Emma Sheerin MLA, Sinn Fein, Ireland // Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor, Jacobin, USA // Gabriel Rodriguez, International Transport Workers' Federation, Argentina .// Gyekye Tanoh, Third World Solidarity Network, Ghana // Varsha Gandikota-Nellutla, Progressive International // Sevim Dağdelen, MP, Die Linke, Germany // Nathalia Urban, Brasilwire // Medea Benjamin, Codepink peace campaigner, USA // Yanis Varoufakis, DIEM 25, Greece.& more tba.

Plus: Jeremy Corbyn MP // Shami Chakrabarti // John McDonnell MP // Richard Burgon MP // Grace Blakeley, author, The Corona Crash // Rebecca Long Bailey MP // Simon Fletcher // Jo Grady, UCU // Jess Barnard, Young Labour // Kevin Courtney, NEU // Kate Hudson, CND // Steve Howell, author, Game Changer // Heidi Chow, Director, Debt Justice // Holly Turner, NHS Workers Say No // Ruth Hayes, Labour Women Leading // Gemma Bolton, Labour NEC & CLPD // Lord John Hendy QC // Mercedes Villalba MSP // Adrian Weir, Campaign for Trade Union Freedom // James Schneider, author, Our Bloc: How We Win // Nadia Jama, Labour NEC // Ryvka Barnard, Palestine Solidarity Campaign // Nabeela Mowlana, Young Labour Student Rep // Asad Rehman, War on Want // Marian Carty, Goldsmiths UCU // Jack Sargeant, Welsh Senedd // Louise Regan, NEU // Steve Turner, Unite AGS // Rachel Garnham, CLPD // Geoff Bell, author, The Twilight of Unionism // Yasmin Dar, Labour NEC // Dr. Sonia Adesara, Keep Our NHS Public // Mish Rahman, Labour NEC & Momentum NCG // Sabby Dhalu, Stand up to Racism // Joan Twelves, ZeroCovid.UK // Fraser McGuire, candidate on Socialist Future slate in Young Labour // Andrew Murray, author Is Socialism Possible in Britain? Reflections on the Corbyn Years // Katherine Harlow , LGBTQ+ candidate on Young Labour’s Socialist Future slate // Shelly Asquith, Stop the War Coalition // Donna Guthrie, BARAC // Lara McNeill, Labour NEC Youth Rep // Andrew Fisher, former Labour Party Executive Director of Policy // Laura Smith, No Holding Back // Prof. Keith Ewing. Institute for Employment Rights // Kate Osborne MP // Mike Jackson, Lesbians and Gay Men Support the Miners (LGSM) // Kim Johnson MP // Nick Dearden, Global Justice Now // Ian Lavery MP // Özlem Onaran, Professor of Economics, University of Greenwich // Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP // Sarah Woolley, BFAWU // Jon Trickett MP // & more.

With support & participation from: Tribune // Peace & Justice Project // Morning Star // Brazil Solidarity Initiative // Momentum // Labour CND // Campaign for Trade Union Freedom // Labour For Irish Unity // Labour Briefing (Co-op) // Liberation // Labour Assembly Against Austerity // Friends of Bolivia // Institute of Employment Rights // Labour Outlook // Labour & Palestine // Labour Friends of Progressive Latin America // Orgreave Truth & Justice Campaign // Socialist Campaign Group of Labour MPs & more.

An online festival of ideas like no other, featuring a month of dozens of unique sessions and different formats, including “In-conversation” discussions, Q&As, book launches, policy seminars, exclusive interviews, interactive workshops, film watchalongs, “Lefty lunchtime” streams, political education forums and more.

YOU CAN VIEW ALL ARISE 2022 SESSIONS SO FAR HERE.

Whilst all online events will stream for free, as a volunteer organisation we are selling an initial batch of tickets to register for the entire festival in order to meet the digital infrastructure costs of such an ambitious project.

Additionally, we hope Arise Festival will also be back in-person next year, so any further donations will also help to make that happen.

Thanks to all the pages listed on social media, who are kindly helping to promote the event.

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