LFPG at Labour Party Conference 2022
We have an exciting line up at this year's Labour Party Conference in Liverpool including co-hosting events with the Coalition for Global Prosperity, Labour Campaign for International Development (LCID), SME4Labour, Bond and Anneliese Dodds MP's Stronger Together policy review process.
Stronger Together for Britain in the World
Sunday 25th Sept, 13:00-14:00, Hall 2, Room 6, ACC Liverpool
LFPG is co-hosting an event as part of Anneliese Dodds MP Stronger Together policy review. The event will explore the Britain in the World strand of the work.
Speakers include: Anneliese Dodds MP, Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy MP, LFPG Secretary Rishi Patel, and representatives from LCID and GMB.
What is Labour's offer on foreign policy and development?
Monday 26th Sept, 10:00-11:00, Jury's Inn
LFPG are co-hosting and event with Bond, the UK network for organisations working in international development. It will highlight the important role of development within the UK’s wider approach to foreign policy and outline how a coherent and joined-up approach, putting the most marginalised at the centre, can work.
Speakers include: Shadow Development Secretary Preet Gill MP, Bambos Charalambous MP, Lord Jack McConnell (invited) , LFPG co-chair Jessica Toale, and Bond CEO Stephanie Draper
What the Labour movement can do to support Ukraine
Monday 26th Sept, 12:30 - 13:30, Lower Galleria Room 1, ACC Liverpool
SME4Labour will be hosting a panel with representatives from the Shadow Cabinet, GMB, LCID and LFPG to discuss how the Labour Movement can show its solidarity with Ukraine.
Speakers include: Shadow Minister for Africa Lyn Brown MP, LFPG co-chair Jessica Toale, LCID vice-chair David Taylor, and GMB rep Gary Smith. Register here.
In-Conversation with David Lammy
Monday 26th Sept, 14:00-15:00, College Lounge, ACC Liverpool
LFPG, LCID and Coalition for Global Prosperity is co-hosting an in-conversation with Shadow Foreign Secretary David Lammy MP.
Opening remarks will be provided by LFPG co-chair Peymana Assad. The in-conversation will be led by Kirsty McNeill.