Saturday 21 October 10.30am – 4.30pm
Friends Meeting House, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ
Last year’s conference: Confronting The Rise In Racism saw the birth of a new movement as over 1500 people joined Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Alf Dubs and leading figures from a broad range of campaigns and organisations to pledge to unite against the rise in racism.
Following the election of Donald Trump, threats from the far-right in Europe and a prolonged wave of racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism as well as the ongoing humanitarian crisis facing refugees, 2017’s conference will be a crucial opportunity to come together to discuss strengthening our movement and taking on the challenges that confront us in 2017.
Speakers already confirmed:
Kevin Courtney NUT Gen Sec,
Catherine West Labour MP Hornsey and Wood Green,
Claude Moraes Labour MEP,
Shahrar Ali Green Party Home Affairs spokesperson,
Maurice Wren Chief Exec Refugee Council,
Clare Mosesley Care4Calais founder,
Kate Osamor Labour MP Edmonton,
Dave Ward CWU Gen Sec,
Roger McKenzie Unison Assistant Gen Sec.