- What is the difference between Young Fabians and Young Labour?
- What is the difference between Young Fabians and Labour Students?
- Who runs the Young Fabians?
- What is the relationship between the Fabian Society and the Young Fabians?
- What is the organisation's position on X policy?
- How do I get involved with the Young Fabians?
- How can I write for the Young Fabians?
The Young Fabians are the under-31 section of Britain's oldest political think tank, the Fabian Society. We are a voluntary body led by an elected executive committee.
We are affiliated to, but distinct from, the Labour Party and have formal representation on the Young Labour National Committee.
The Fabian Society was founded in 1884 and played a crucial role in the founding of the Labour Party, the Young Fabians stand in this tradition. Founded in 1960, we are Britain’s only think tank run by young people for young people.
The Young Fabians are distinct from other youth movements in our focus on ideas and policy. Like our Fabian forbears we promote the discussion and dissemination of ideas to help shape Labour policy.
Our membership encompasses the Broad Church of the Labour Movement, we take no formal positions and value our commitment to working with all strands of Labour thought.
As a democratic socialist organisation, our members shape what we do. We have a proud past but work tirelessly to provide ideas for the present and the future.
Join us here and help shape the future of the left.