This event is open to non-members, so please share with friends, Labour Party and trade union colleagues etc., so please share but you must register in advance to secure a place.
Time is running out to prevent a climate catastrophe. Global emissions show few signs of slowing down, hitting unprecedented levels in 2018. The Co-operative Party seeks to build its longstanding commitment to action on climate change and our belief that we can achieve more for our environment when working co-operatively than we can alone
The Co-operative Party’s current campaign focuses on tackling food poverty locally, and creating a more strategic approach to the issue nationally.
Find out more about the recent National Economic Foundation report to double the size of the co-operative economy and how the Co-operative Party is working to achieve this ambition.
Including British & Irish tensions in Co-operative Dairying 1890 – 1921
Successful examples of co-operation in practice in Northern Ireland
The topic of discussion will be shared parental leave . This session will take place shortly after the main session closes and is open to all those self-defining as female
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