Event

'Building an Economy to Serve People Not Profit'

Manchester

This conference will discuss and debate co-operative and labour movement alternatives to austerity and capitalism and help shape a vision of a prosperous caring society based on a 'people’s economy'.

Speakers include: Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP and Chris Baugh, PCS Deputy General Secretary

Ed Mayo (Co-operatives UK); Jo Bird (Co-operative Alternatives); Martin Meteyard (Co-operative Business Consultants); Allison Roche (UNISON Policy Officer); Frances Coppola and Paul Gosling (finance writers), Christian Woolmar (author) and more.

The format includes: debates; workshops; and case studies

Who should attend:

The conference has been organised by Co-operative Business Consultants (CBC) in response to "widespread enthusiasm among co-operative and labour movement activists for shaping new progressive policies to combat the Tory party and create a society in which all can prosper." It is open to all those "seeking to create a prosperous caring society".

For more information contact Phil on 07901 338700 or [email protected]. Alternatively contact Andrea on 07956 546110 or [email protected].

Event details
Date and time
Thursday, 21 January 2016 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Location
Methodist Church - Central Buildings
Central Hall
Oldham St
Manchester
M1 1JQ
United Kingdom
Price
£45 (Includes Lunch and Refreshments)
More information
Contact Phil
07901 338 700
Updated: 21/01/2016