Fabian AGM 2012

Conference Hall, Mary Sumner House (Mother’s Union), 24 Tufton Street, London, SW1P 3RB.

Event starts:

Labour’s Public Face: How voters feel about the people’s party

Thank you to everyone who attended our AGM on Saturday 17th November 2012. It was great to see nearly 100 Fabian members come along and help shape the running of the Society.

It is events like this which make us unique in the world of think tanks, continuing to support democracy in the Society.

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Our AGM is an opportunity for all members to have their say in the Fabians policy direction. All members are encouraged to attend but it is essential you confirm your attendance by using the sign-up form below.

As with every year we will be hosting a discussion ahead of the business of our AGM. These discussions are based on our work programme and are yet another opportunity for input into our work. This year’s discussion will draw on the Labour’s Next Majority theme and will be entitled ‘Labour’s Public Face: How voters feel about the People’s Party’ featuring Kate Green MP.

This year the Executive Committee has been reviewing the governance of the society and it is now seeking members’ support for a series of changes to our rules. You can read the proposals in full here and have your say at the AGM.

12.15 Doors open (for a map to the venue click here)

13.15 Debate: Labour’s Public Face: How voters feel about the people’s party

Featuring: Kate Green MP, Anthony Painter (author, ‘Left without a future?’), Ben Page (Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI) and Polly Billington (PPC for Thurrock), with Andrew Harrop (General Secretary, Fabian Society) as chair.

14.15 Tea and Coffee

14.45 Annual General Meeting: click here for Agenda

16.00 Close of meeting followed by an informal social at the Westminster Arms, 9 Storeys Gate, Westminster (click here for directions)


Sign up below to attend the Fabian Society AGM. Please note that you are not able to attend unless you are a Fabian Society member.


For any enquries relating to this event please email melanie.aplin@fabians.org.uk