Conference brings together hundreds of members and supporters from across the UK to debate policy, hear from speakers in the co-operative and labour movements, and help shape our work and campaigns in the year ahead.
This year's theme is Building a Fairer Future and we will be focusing on some of the big challenges our economy and communities face.
There will be a particular spotlight on climate change and community power, as well as showcasing some of the best co-operative solutions that can be expanded and supported to build the fairer future we so desperately need.
Keynote speakers include Richard Leonard MSP, Leader of the Scottish Labour Party, and Christina McAnea, Assistant General Secretary UNISON.
Registration for Conference is now open and costs just £30.
Dates: Friday 11 - Sunday 13 October 2019
Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton, Cambridge Street, Glasgow G2 3HN
We're just finalising the list of sessions, speakers, fringes and social events for Conference, but you can find the timelines below and the final agenda will be published shortly.
Friday 11 October:
Saturday 12 October:
Sunday 13 October:
The Co-operative Party Policy Process allows our members to discuss and shape our Party Policy, ahead of the formal debates at Conference in October.
This year's topics are
The deadline to make a reponse to the process has now closed and the final updated documents will be available shortly and debated by delegates at Conference.
In the meantime you can find out more about the consultation here.
This year's Conference takes place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central, Cambridge Street, Glasgow G2 3HN.
The Conference venue is situated right in the centre of Glasgow, and a ten minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. There is also a regular service bus service between the hotel and the station.
Delegates and attendees are encouraged to use public transport where possible and there is no parking available at the Conference venue.
If you are flying to Glasgow Airport, there is a 30 minutes shuttle bus to Glasgow Central Station.
If you are attending Conference as a delegate from a co-operative party council, co-operative society or trade union, then your accommodation will have been booked by your organisation.
If you are attending as a visitor, accommodation is available at the DoubleTree and there are a variety of other options nearby to suits all budgets.