The Labour movement is not a white movement. Woven into its history are pertinent examples of BAME achievements in furthering the working- class cause.
The systematic erasure of our cultural and academic contributions to British society is evident in our education and political systems.
It is in reclaiming this narrative, immortalising our contributions and consolidating our rich history that we can begin to decolonise our movement.
This conference will seek to answer poignant questions concerning our liberation, exploring key factors that result in the disenfranchisement, disillusionment and disengagement of BAME members in politics.
Purchase a free ticket below and join us, as we mix essential workshop training with inspiring panel discussions in the hope of fostering debate and empowerment to self-defining BAME members.
***This event is compulsory for all Labour Students BAME Officers***