Saturday 21 November 2015, 13:15-16:30 (approx.) | Conference Hall, Mary Sumner House (Mother’s Union), 24 Tufton Street, London SW1P 3RB
Our AGM is an opportunity for all members to have their say in the Fabian Society’s policy direction.
As with every year, we will host a discussion ahead of the formal business of our AGM. These discussions are based on our work programme and are yet another opportunity for members to input into our work. The title of this year’s discussion is ‘What would the Labour party look like if it was founded today?‘ Please see below for the full schedule for the afternoon.
13:15: Doors open
13:30: Debate: ‘What would the Labour party look like if it was founded today?’
Speakers: Emily Thornberry MP (shadow minister for work and pensions), Indra Adnan (member, Compass management committee), Sarah Jones (former parliamentary candidate for Croydon Central), Ryan Shorthouse (director, Bright Blue). Chair: Andrew Harrop (general secretary, Fabian Society).
14:30: Tea and coffee
15:00: Annual general meeting
- Minutes of 2014 AGM
- Matters arising
- In memoriam
- Chair’s report
- Treasurer’s report
- General secretary’s report
- Approval of annual report 2014/15
- Appointment of auditor
- Jenny Jeger Prize
- Date of next AGM
16:30 (approx): Close of meeting, followed by an informal social at the Westminster Arms, 10 Storey’s Gate, London SW1P 3AT.
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