Christianah Babajide, a young campaigner from Barking & Dagenham, emphasises why young people should vote for the Labour party on June 8th. We can change the leadership of this country and shape a better Britain!
Are you free at 4.30pm on Monday 24th April? We’re hosting an event in The Gatehouse at Havering Sixth Form College to discuss the facts about Brexit with experts from Undivided and My Life My Say. We’ll talk about how leaving the EU will impact young people in Havering and across the UK
Political earthquakes taking the form of Brexit and the US presidential election have brought inequality, globalisation and automation into public debate. Global trade and new technologies have made the world a richer place, but have failed to address the worsening domestic inequalities found in many advanced economies.
This is the fourth in our series where we’ve been chatting to young Labour councillors around the UK. Farah Hussain is a Councillor for Valentines Ward in Redbridge and Cabinet Member for Housing.
Our Women’s Officer Fay Hough has written this piece on being a working class woman in politics for International Women’s Day – it’s important that women from all backgrounds are heard around the world, in Havering, and in politics.
The third part in our series How to be a Young Councillor. If you’re interested in finding out what it’s like to be a Labour party councillor follow our series of interviews with young people already in the job. Make sure to check out our two previous interviews
The next part of our How to be a Young Councillor series! If you would like to find out about what campaigning to be a Labour party councillor entails follow our series for interviews with young people already in the job!
In this series, we’ll be chatting to some young Labour councillors around the UK. If you would like to find out about what campaigning to be a Labour party councillor entails follow our series for interviews with young people already in the job!
Hi from your new Havering Young Labour team