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One Nation, One World: The Next Chapter in Labour’s Internationalist Story – RSVP to our special event

23 January 2015

Monday 26 January 2015 | 17.15-18.45 | Lecture Hall, Methodist Central Hall

We are pleased to invite you to a special event we are organising with the Labour Campaign for International Development and over fifteen partners from across the Labour movement to discuss the next Labour Government’s internationalist vision.

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Speakers include:

  • Labour’s next Foreign Secretary, Douglas Alexander MP
  • Labour’s next International Development Secretary, Mary Creagh MP
  • Labour’s next Climate Change Secretary Caroline Flint MP
  • Labour’s our next Defence Minister Ian Lucas MP
  • Chaired by Mary Riddell, columnist for The Daily Telegraph.

Internationalism is in Labour’s DNA. From Indian independence, to the anti-apartheid struggle, and the last government’s tripling of aid and rescuing of the global economy, the Labour Party has a record to be proud of. In a year that will see Britain go to the polls, a new set of Sustainable Development Goals agreed, and a global climate deal negotiated, how can that great tradition be carried forward? How can Britain once again become a progressive powerhouse, leading global efforts for a more equal, safer, and more prosperous world?

Come along to this event to find out – your only opportunity to see all of Labour’s international Shadow Cabinet team in one event before the election.

Numbers are limited, so please RSVP by clicking here – and follow updates on Twitter using #LabourWorld.

The panel will be followed by a Q&A discussion. The event will start promptly at 17.30 – registration is open from 17.15.

A drinks reception will follow the event and take place on the top floor of The Westminster Arms, next door to the event, from 18.45.

This event is being organising by the above sister organisations from across our movement and with the kind support of UNISON.

Numbers are limited – please RSVP by clicking here.

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