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LCID Update: Come to our next Exec meeting + Events you might be interested in…

6 June 2010

Get involved in LCID – come to our next meeting

1. Our next Exec meeting

We’ll be having our next exec meeting of LCID on this Tuesday 22 June at 7pm in Portcullis House, Parliament. We’ll be discussing our plans for the next few months, including organising a hustings on international development for the Leadership contest, having an event at Party conference, & how we can grow include more people.

To attend, please RSVP on Facebook & to david@lcid.org.uk. Room TBC, Portcullis House, Parliament, London.

2. Analysis on the ConDem Coalition Government so far.

Read our review of the new ConDem Coalition’s programme for government on international development. Take a look at our Progress and Left Foot Forward articles here. We also wrote a Letter to the Treasury which got noted in the Guardian.

3. Co-operative Group Event: 52 ways to change the world Co-operatively

On Saturday 19 June Co-operative Group are holding a conference during the day called 52 Ways to Change the World Co-operatively. It’ll be a great chance to learn more about the co-op movement and ideals, with lots of interesting speakers and stalls. We’ll baving a stall there, so please come along and say hi!

Afterwards, we’ll be joining the Co-operative Party Youth London drinks in the nearby Westminster Arms, from 5pm onwards.

Full details on the event, and the social, can be found on Facebook.

4. Compass Conference, Saturday 12 June

It was great to see some of you at Progress’ conference the other week, we’ll be having a stall at Compass too so please look out for us. Details on the conference here.

Many thanks,

The LCID Team

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