The Labour Party Irish Society needs your help to return to its radical roots, supporting the Corbyn leadership.
How has the right-wing Progress become so influential in various socialist societies? Well, now is your chance to find out – and to change the future of one of these important components of the Labour movement.
Elections for the Labour Party Irish Society executive are looming, with Progress director Richard Angell himself apparently defending a post.
If you’re interested in transforming Labour Party Irish Society into a genuine grassroots left movement which actively campaigns and builds links with the wider community, then the society will welcome you. You don’t need to be of Irish heritage – just to have an interest in Irish affairs.
Affiliated socialist societies are a vital component of Labour democracy and can play a decisive role in constituency Labour parties (CLPs) – including at the selection of council and parliamentary candidates.
The pro-Corbyn grassroots Labour left are currently mobilising to win elections to the executive posts at the Labour Party Irish Society AGM which takes place:
Wednesday October 25th at 6.30pm
Grimond Room, Portcullis House, Palaces of Westminster
Please sign up as a member here for just £10.
RSVP to the AGM here.
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