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Three great reasons why you should become a Fabian:
  1. Fabian members receive at least four agenda-setting Fabian pamphlets each year, along with the members-only Fabian Review magazine every quarter. You can have a look at some of our latest pamphlets by clicking here.
  2. You’ll get priority entry to all of the Fabian Society’s events ranging from our 1000-strong New Year Conference to policy-focused Westminster roundtables to the biggest Fringe at Labour Party conference.
  3. And by joining Britain’s only democratically-run think tank you’ll be able to support our research on the next generation of progressive policy and influence the debates that will define the future of the left.
If you’re under 31, for no extra charge, you’ll be a member of the Young Fabians and receive their quarterly magazine Anticipations. Women members automatically become members of the Fabians Women’s Network, and members living in Scotland and Wales are members of the Scottish and Welsh Fabians. All members have access to meetings of local Fabian Societies across the country.

The Labour party have decided members of the Fabian Society, and other affiliated groups, who joined after 12 January 2016 will not be able to vote in the Labour leadership election as affiliated supporters. If you would like to vote, you will need to register as a Labour party supporter. Click here to pay £25 and become a registered supporter of the Labour party (deadline for registrations is Wednesday 20 July 2016).


How to Join

The best way to join the Fabian Society is by Direct Debit.   Click on the button:

Standard Rate:  one-off payment of £21.00 for six months’ membership then £3.50 per month

Concession Rate: one-off payment of £10.50 for six months’ membership then £1.75 per month

The Concession rate is available for people who are unwaged (students, unemployed, retired), and for all those under 21.

For further information about membership and for other methods of payment, please email Giles Wright, Membership Officer, at [email protected]