Momentum is running a “policy primary” in which local Momentum groups and selected campaigns can submit motions for Momentum to consider for prioritisation for 2022 Labour Party conference.
Despite rejecting the “Stop the War” output presenting Putin’s actions as mainly a response to NATO being unfair to Russia, we should defend the right to debate and a range of opinions in Labour
Momentum has announced candidates for the Young Labour and Labour Students elections between 8 June and 5 August.
For Ukraine’s right to self-determination
Fourth in our series of “linking up the campaigns” meetings, with Rhian Keyse from the Free Our Unions campaign.
After many months of delay, and after an announced 17 January 2022 schedule passed with event, at last a word from the Momentum office
The long-promised proposals for democratic reform in Momentum were due to be published on 17 January 2022. No word. Not even an explanation of why there’s a further delay.
Comrades in the RMT union have asked us to circulate these suggested wordings.
See below for suggested wording, including wording which can be used for motions to Labour Party women’s conference (deadline 11 February)
Labour Party women’s conference is on 19-20 March 2022, online. The deadline for motions and delegacies from constituencies is 11 February. The limit for motions is 250 words, and the text below is 247.