Lecture: The Labour movement and protest - A working c...

Lecture: The Labour movement and protest

Tuesday 15 January 2013 at 18:30-20:00

Main speaker: Len McCluskey, Unite general secretary

Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE, London

The Labour movement has started to put itself once more at the heart of British politics in the wake of the economic crisis, with two huge demonstrations and a massive strike in the last 18 months. But it also needs to link up with social protest in a new way in order to effect change, uniting its traditional strengths with the energy and vision of groups like UK Uncut and Occupy. Unite is seeking to engage with working-class communities and social movements in a new way in order to develop a working-class politics for the 21st century.  

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