Labour Party Democracy Review
Labour Party members have successfully pushed for a Labour Party Democracy Review which will be conducted in 2018 and look at a variety of issues related to how the Party operates and engages with its membership. Increasing diversity in political representation, improving local and regional structures, making better use of social media and making politics more accessible are just some of the topics it will cover.
People from across the party are invited to contribute.
The launch of the democracy review is a very welcome first step on the way to transforming the Labour Party into a truly open, inclusive, member-led Party. But it will only be a success if it has strong and sustained input from members. Momentum is launching a consultation with its members to make sure our members’ voices are heard and that Momentum’s input into the review is significant and truly member-led.
We’re overseeing a democratic process that will enable groups as well as individual members to generate ideas, debate and vote on key proposals which will make up Momentum’s submission to the review.
Sign-up to take part in a Momentum-wide response and check out the timeline of the review below.
January 12th 2018 (Track 1)
Deadline for Bame Labour, Young Labour, and Women’s Conference submissions (Wave 1)
March 23rd 2018 (Track 2)
Deadline for submissions on CLP governance, Strengthening the involvement and participation of members, building mass movement, social media, the role of socialist societies, diversity and gender representation (Wave 2)
June 29th 2018 (Track 3)
Rules for leadership elections, local government, regional structures, NEC composition, freeze dates, policymaking structures, local and national links with trade unions (Wave 3)
NEC Meeting where Review may be released
Party Conference where Review may be voted through.
For a brief explanation of the for a Momentum will establish to encourage members to maximise their contributions to the review, please see Momentum and the Democracy Review: A Brief Explainer.
For an idea of the types of proposals which grassroots Labour Party and Momentum activists have been making for some years now, please see Democracy Review: Ideas from Grassroots Activists.
Not sure how to hold a meeting to debate proposals? Have a look at our top tips for group facilitators.
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