- at Labour and Revolution, a dayschool hosted by the socialist organisation Workers' Liberty to discuss ideas for the new left movement after Jeremy Corbyn's election
- at the Anatomy Building, University College London, Gower Street WC1E 6XA. Near loads of Tubes - Warren Street, Goodge Street, Euston Square, Euston
The organisers write:
We're delighted that we'll be having comrade Janine Booth, poet, Tube worker and RMT activist, Workers' Liberty supporter, and author of the socialist feminist pamphlet "Comrades and Sisters", leading a workshop about the left and the politics of oppression and liberation. It should be an excellent discussion of how class politics and liberation politics fit together - how we can strengthen and intertwine anti-oppression struggles and workers' struggles, and build a revolutionary movement that fights to overthrow all oppression.
12 Opening contributions: What's the left for?
i) What's class got to do with it? Class, class struggle and class politics today
ii) Labour's history since 1945
i) How do we fight capitalism? Reforms and revolution
ii) The left, oppression and liberation politics
i) Climate change, capitalism and class struggle
ii) The left and the EU referendum: a debate
5.50 Closing speeches
Tickets £5 waged, £3 unwaged. You can buy tickets here.
Followed by a commemoration for Iranian labour activist Shahrokh Zamani and fundraiser for the Iranian workers' movement.