REMINDER: Left Forum – Does the left need a new party? on Saturday the 2nd of November starting at 10.30 at the Teachers’ Club in Parnell Sq.
The Left Forum is organising a meeting to discuss the question: ‘Does the left need a new party?’ on Saturday the 2nd of November starting at 10.30 at the Teachers’ Club in Parnell Sq. Come for part or all of the day. Hope to see you there!
The schedule is as follows:
10:45 Panel of speakers representing diverse points of view on this question
Chair: Alan Myler (WP)
Speakers: Gavin Mendel-Gleason (LF), Eoin O Broin (SF), Paul Murphy (SP), Cian O Callaghan (I), John Lowry (WP), Joan Collins (UL), Tom Redmond (CPI), Seamus Healy (WUA), Mark Hoskins (WSM), Richard Boyd Barrett (SWP)
12:00 Q & A / points of view from the floor / indicative vote
2:30 World cafe discussion groups
Chair: Helena Sheehan (LF)
The event will be televised by DCTV
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