Liberation’s Annual General Meeting will be held on 13 March 2021.
We will be holding it using an online platform.
There will be plenty to discuss and agree in what has been a historic and dramatic period for Britain and the world.
Liberation will be reporting on our activity since the last AGM in Oct 2019 and outlining our strategic priorities to inform and shape our work in 2021 and beyond.
More information – including the process for submitting motions and how members stand for council – will be circulated to members in due course.
Please keep the date clear in your diary .
Renew your membership!
Furthermore, make sure you are a signed-up member of the Liberation by January 1 2021 to be able to participate (including present and voting on motions) and stand for council.
You can be a member as an individual or as an affiliated organisation, like a union branch.
You can join and renew your membership at our website (www.liberationorg.co.uk) ; if you are having any difficulties signing/renewing online, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’d like to apologise to existing members that we were unable to hold an AGM this year as we have been holding off organising it since Spring in the hope that the situation with Covid-19 improved to the point that enabled a face-to-face meeting. However, it has become clear this was not possible.
Photo: General secretary Maggie Bowden with former Liberation chair Jeremy Corbyn who paid a surprise visit to our AGM in 2018 and remains an active Liberation council member