Become a conference delegate
Why go to Regional Conferences?
Here you can help to shape your region’s policies, campaigns and priorities. You will also elect representatives to the regional board.
Why go to National Conference?
This is officially the supreme decision-making body of the Labour Party. Here you can shape national policy direction and priorities.
How to become a conference delegate?
1. Any Labour Party member can stand to be a conference delegate, providing they joined the Labour Party before the 25th June 2016. The conference takes place in Brighton, between the 24th and 27th September 2017.
2. You need a nomination from your branch or affiliated organisation.
3. A vote is then held in the CLP meeting. The CLP can send up to five delegates: three “ordinary” members (M/F balance), one further position allocated to a woman and one allocated to a member of Young Labour, i.e. under-26 year old. They can be appointed up to the 26th June.