You can make Labour policy. That's pretty exciting, isn't it?!
How does Labour makes policy?
The National Policy Forum (NPF) is divided into eight policy commissions, each with a particular policy focus. Each of these commissions has launched it's own consultation (see below) asking for your input to be submitted by 24th June 2018. They will review all submissions, discuss them and then write a report which goes to Annual Conference in September. If voted through, this becomes part of the manifesto.
What are the consultation topics?
You can download each consultation and the questions they ask by clicking on any of the topics below that interest you:
- Towards a National Education Service
- The future of work
- A greener Britain
- Tackling health inequalities
- Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
- Protecting our communities and turning lives around
- Addressing in-work poverty and working-age inequalities
- Giving people the power to shape their local communities
How can you get involved?
You can make an individual submission - visit the National Policy Forum website to find out more.
If you're a member of Weston-super-Mare Constituency Labour Party and have a particular interest in any of the topics listed above (or if you have any questions at all) you can email our Political Education Officer, Holly Law: email@example.com