Affiliated and Associated Organisations

 

LABOUR INTERNATIONAL (www.labourinternational.net)

Labour International (LI) is the Constituency for Labour Party members living temporarily or permanently overseas.

We have some 2100 members and 200 supporters in 68 countries around the world though 2/3rds of our membership is based in Europe.  Labour International works like a UK CLP with a 6-person Executive Committee elected every two years, conference delegates, NPF representative and branches/groups around the world.
 
We have active Branches in Brussels, NW France and two in Spain (one between Alicante/Valencia and the other near Malaga) and LI Groups in Paris, Berlin, New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Singapore, Melbourne & Sydney. There are also less formal groups of varying sizes in large cities in most European countries, Canada, mainland China, Thailand, Vietnam, New Zealand etc.
 
Contacts:  Lorraine Hardy or Dalvir Singh
 
Secretary -  Lorraine Hardy - Alicante, Spain
Tel:  00 34 679 231 412 Email: secretary@labourinternational.net or thehardys42@gmail.com

Co-Chair - Dalvir Singh - Wiesbaden, Germany
Tel:  0049 16 36 44 76 46 Email: chairs@labourinternational.net or dalvirsingh21@hotmail.com

 

LABOUR FRIENDS OF JAPAN (www.labourjapan.wordpress.com)

Labour Friends of Japan aims to promote the development of relations between the British Labour Party and the country of Japan. 労働党は一番です!!

Contact: Marie Yoshikawa Email: labourfriendsofjapan@gmail.com

 

SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMEs) for LABOUR (www.sme4labour.org)

The Labour Party believes that small medium enterprises businesses are the backbone of the United Kingdom, making up 99.2% of all private sector businesses in the United Kingdom, employing over 14.4 million people with an estimated combined annual turnover of £1,600 billion accounted for 48.1percent of private sector turnover.

Through Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for Labour, we want to provide a forum whereby SMEs can work in partnership with the Labour Party and continue to inform our economic policies.

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