NEWS: Go to ‘How to get involved‘ to take part in the consultation on a global movement for public services.
In March 2018 Kate Osamor MP, Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, published ‘A World For the Many, Not the Few’, setting out the Labour Party’s vision for international development and plans for government.
Through this process she was advised by a Task Force – made up of 12 experts and activists, acting in a personal capacity.
Labour’s vision is focussed on reducing poverty and inequality through tackling their root causes. To achieve this vision Labour will deliver on five key and connected priorities:
1. A fairer global economy
2. A global movement for public services
3. A feminist approach to development
4. Building peace and preventing conflict
5. Action for climate justice and ecology
Kate will now develop each of these areas further and will again be consulting with experts, party members, activists, academics and organisations in the UK and across the World.
See the ‘How to Get Involved’ page for more information on how to participate.