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BAME Member Events

Labour has always been at the forefront in promoting diversity and championing equality. We appreciate and recognise the vital work all our different ethnic, religious and national groups do across the country, spreading the Labour Party’s message in our diverse communities.

Find out more about the groups that are active in your area by visiting the various stands in the exhibition centre or attend one of our events.

The Jewish Labour Movement Rally

The Liverpool Pub

Join the Jewish Labour Movement, the Jewish affiliate of the Labour Party since 1920, for the ‘Jewish Labour Movement Rally’ featuring Labour MPs, peers and senior leaders from across the Labour movement as well as leaders of the UK Jewish community and senior British Rabbis.

The way forward: how to effectively engage young BAME members

09.00 – 11.00
Room 4B

If you are a young BAME member or are interested in how to proactively engage young BAME Labour members, please do attend this interactive workshop!

How is a hostile environment on immigration impacting race relations in Britain?

10.00 – 12.00
Auditorium 1B

Immigration has been a central feature in the debate on the UK’s exit from the European Union. The Government’s hostile environment on immigration and its obsession with immigration targets have led to Windrush generation British citizens removal,
detention, deportation from the UK. Moreover, the application of a hostile environment on immigration and enforcement policies are having a detrimental impact on BAME communities – impeding their transactions in everyday living.

Come to BAME Labour’s fringe and hear how every day racism is affecting BAME Communities and why we need stronger enforcement of race equality legislation in Britain.

Faith Reception

16.00 – 17.30
Collection Lounge

Join and us and celebrate the role that faith plays for many of our members and communities.

Being an effective women’s officer in your CLP

Training Room 2

Join the Labour Party to find out what it means to be an Equality Officer in your local Labour Party, and how you can successfully engage members and champion equality in your CLP. This session is also a great way to meet other Equality Officers from across the country to share ideas and best practice.