The Law Network runs events, and compiles policy on legal issues effecting politics in the UK and internationally.
Our next upcoming event is on Tuesday 28th June on The Future of the Human Rights Act. We'll be joined by Keir Starmer QC, MP for Holborn and St Pancras. The future of the HRA after the Brexit vote is precarious; join us to find out what the Left should be doing to protect it. 6.30pm, Palace of Westminster, Committee Room 9. All welcome!
You can contact the Chair of the Law Network, Rebecca Meredith, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please get in touch if you'd like to get involved in the network's existing activities, propose new events or policy areas, or just want to get involved.
The Technology Network is new in 2016 and is for those interested in the link between technology and UK public policy – whether it be social justice issues, access and opportunity, economic growth, public service provision, the nature of work, or environmental protection and sustainability.
Here's a new year's resolution that's easy to keep: getting involved in one of the Young Fabians' policy networks. Each is an informal group of young people who meet together to network, to discuss and debate issues in their policy area, organise events, produce publications, and build links with the key organisations and individuals in their sector.
Anyone can join, and the first step is signing up here, so we can keep you updated with the latest events and opportunities.Sign up
The International Network is one of the largest and most active Young Fabian Networks. Founded in 2015, we focus on member-driven events, discussion and publications spanning all areas of foreign policy - this year our priorities include the EU Referendum, the Young Fabian Defence Review and regional research projects led by our new Regional Policy Leads.
We're perhaps best known for our international delegations: member-organised trips which help promote working and cultural links between future leaders across the globe. Last year alone our these included high-profile visits to China and Israel.
If that sounds interesting to you make sure you register your interest on this page and look out for our future meets and events on our Facebook group!
With the general election fast approaching, now is the time to flesh out our vision for 2015. This is the last chance to really impact the choices of the next Labour government, and we believe that it is important that Young Fabians make their voices heard.
With this in mind, our research project for 2014 is an ideas series on One Nationism – and we’d like you to get involved.
These projects are led by Young Fabian members who successfully pitched during an open application process in early 2014. Each of these research projects will include different ways to get involved for members up and down the country.
You can sign up to participate in any of these projects here.
2014 is a big year for the Labour Party. The local elections and the European Parliament elections will both happen on 22 May, and the Young Fabians have an important role to play in helping the Labour Party win across the country. In addition, the Scottish Referendum takes places on 18 September - we would like to play our part in keeping Great Britain together.
Our challenge at the Young Fabians is to get organised and build a culture of campaigning. Starting now, we hope to build a campaigning culture to help Labour win this year, in the General Election next year, and the London Mayoral Election in 2016.
That is why we have created a Young Fabians’ Campaigns Programme. This year's Campaigns Programme is an opportunity for all members: some will be veteran campaigners who can share their experience, while others will see it as an opportunity get more campaigning experience - both are integral to helping Labour win.
Become part of the Campaigns Programme Leadership Team
If you want to be part of the Campaigns Programme Leadership Team (CPLT), let us know. The team is responsible for driving our strategy and helping us organise. It's a great opportunity for new campaigners to learn on the trail and for new campaigners to help shape the foundations.
You can sign up to participate here.
Twitter: @youngfabians #yfcampaigns
Originally founded in 2015 as a hub for young people working in public relations, marketing and journalism, the Communications Network is now one of the Young Fabians' biggest and most active networks. Now open to anyone with an interest in journalism and communications, we've run events on everything from fake news and local elections to the future of Labour as a party.
Keep an eye out for our next exciting event. We look forward to seeing you there ;-)
In the meantime, if you've got any questions about who we are and what we do, you can get in touch via: email@example.com
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Launched in 2012, the Health Network is here for all young people, whether health professionals, students, or others, whether Young Fabians or not, who are interested in health policy and want to share their ideas about how we improve our health system.
In 2013, the Network launched a Young Fabian pamphlet on whole person care.
In 2015, the Network launched a Young Fabian pamphlet on NHS funding.
In 2016, we'll be focusing on how the NHS can and has to change, in structure, technology and delivery mechanisms, to meet the challenges of the future.