Information for CLP’s
Important: Every CLP is entitled to send delegates to Annual Conference. Delegate application packs will be sent directly to delegates.
You must be elected by your CLP to attend conference as a delegate, so speak to a role holder in your constituency if you’re interested.
Each year, thousands of people attend Labour’s Annual Conference to make policy, attend some of the thousands of fringe events, and spend time with like-minded people.
Please see the relevant information below for CLP’s and CLP Delegates:
Friday 21 January 2022
- Delegate registration open
12 noon, Friday 17 June 2022
- Closing date for
- • Nominations for National Officers and to National Committees
- • Constitutional Amendments
- • CLP delegations
- • Affiliate delegations
5pm, Thursday 15 September 2022
- Deadline for receipt of motions
12 noon, Thursday 22 September 2022
- Deadline for emergency motions
Sunday 25 September – Wednesday 28 September 2022
- Annual Conference 2022
Motion & Constitutional Amendment Submission
If you are a CLP Secretary or Chair wishing to submit a motion behalf of your CLP please do so using the democracy portal. If you are unable to login to the portal, firstly check out this helpful guide to Labour Login. If you are still having issues please contact [email protected]
If you wish to submit a motion on behalf of your organisation please do this before 5pm, Thursday 15th September making sure that it meets the following criteria.
- no more than 250 words
- covering one subject only
- does not covering an organisational matter.
Each CLP, Trade Union and Socialist Society may make one submission to Annual Conference, either a constitutional amendment (rule change) or a motion. However, if your CLP wishes to withdraw its constitutional amendment after the deadline and submit a motion instead please contact [email protected]
The deadline for emergency motions is Thursday 22 September at 12 noon.
The CAC will only consider Emergency motions for debate if they meet the following criteria:
- deal with an issue which could not reasonably have been the subject of a motion, and
- has arisen after the closing date for motions – Thursday 15 September, and
- be a matter of urgent and immediate importance to the discussion by the whole Labour Party at Annual Conference.
- are 250 words or less.
- address one issue only.
The text must be submitted using the Democracy Portal by following the link below. Only the CLP Secretary or Chair can submit the emergency motion however, if there are any issues please contact [email protected].
CLPs and affiliates whose emergency motions do not meet the CAC’s criteria will be informed by email.
Appeals will be heard by the CAC in Liverpool during Conference. Appeals may be made in person, by conference call or in writing.