Labour Connected is Labour’s virtual conference, aiming to bring together our movement to share ideas on how to to create a fairer and better society.
From the 19 to the 22 September, Labour will come together to enjoy four days of keynotes, training, rallies, policy discussions, and an interactive virtual expo with all our movement – from MPs to authors, members to trade unions.
(You must be a Labour member)
Luke is doing a number of events:
What will it take to get a Parliamentary majority?
Monday 21 September, 10am – 11am
This session will look at the task ahead, in the short and long term, for our CLPs and MPs in order to gain a Parliamentary majority.
NFU Deputy President Stuart Roberts in conversation with Shadow Defra Secretary Luke Pollard MP
Monday 21 September, 7pm – 8pm
Free to attend and open to NFU members, click here to register
Growing the right food policy: plants, people, poverty, places and profits, hosted by SERA
Tuesday 22nd September, 3.30pm – 4.20pm
Supported by the Vegan Society, SERA is hosting an important and timely panel on tackling the escalating food crisis in the UK. This panel will examine how we can approach the National Food Strategy with an environmental perspective, how we can put food and farming in the economic recovery agenda and whether a focus on plant-based production and consumption can help us achieve this. Our food system shouldn’t have to cost the Earth or our health.
Labour Connected Online Business Forum
Wednesday 22 September, 9am – 10:45am
The Online Business Forum event will consist of speeches and Q and A’s from our prominent Shadow Cabinet, Intimate Policy themed roundtables with Frontbench Politicians on your choice of topics, panel discussions with Politicians, Industry Leaders and Academics and lunch breakout networking sessions with Labour Politicians. This is a great chance to engage with members of the Labour Party, councillors, politicians, trade unions, affiliates, businesses, think tanks and third sector organisations.
Luke is hosting a breakout roundtable on the Future of food security and food standards