The Labour Party Democracy Review represents an unprecedented opportunity for party members and trade union affiliates to fundamentally remake the party so that it is equipped to provide deep and meaningful representation to millions of people, and to implement a socialist programme to transform the country.
Log into My Momentum to take part in the debate!
We want as many members as possible to input into the review, and that's why we have launched My Momentum, an online platform that enables members to generate ideas, debate and nominate key proposals that will make up Momentum's submission to the review. If you're a member of Momentum, just check your email inbox for an activation link you will have received on Friday 2nd February or Saturday 3rd February.
The deadline for Momentum members to make proposals and nominate them is Friday 16th of February for Track 2 submissions, and March 23rd February for Track 3 Submissions.
Track 2 Proposals
Both individuals and CLPs can make submissions by emailing into firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for individuals to submit proposals falling under Track 2 is March 23rd. However, CLPs can submit after that date. Please see below for Momentum's finalised proposals.
Track 1 Proposals
The deadline for proposals under Track 1 has now passed. However, CLPs and relevant forums can still debate ideas and make submissions after the deadline. For Momentum's proposals, please see below.
For results of Momentum's consultation survey of BAME members and supporters, see this summary. Please also check out a summary version of Momentum's proposals to transform BAME Labour, and a complete version of the finalised proposals here. If you want to discuss BAME Labour in your CLP and make a submission to the Democracy Review through it, please see the Seema Chandwani Guide to Debating BAME Labour in your CLP.
For suggestions for proposals on the Women’s Conference, please see recommendations by the Campaign for Labour Party Democracy (CLPD).
For suggestions on reconstituting Young Labour into a fully autonomous body, see this suggestions from CLPD.
For a brief explanation of the forums Momentum will establish to allow our members to have the maximum contribution possible to the review, please see Momentum and the Democracy Review: A Brief Explainer.
For information on upcoming Momentum and Labour Party Democracy Review meetings where you can participate, please see our events page. If you have organised an event and you would like us to promote it, please let us know by writing to email@example.com.
For an idea of the types of proposals which grassroots Labour Party and Momentum activists have been making for some years now, please see Democracy Review: Ideas from Grassroots Activists.
Not sure how to hold a meeting to debate proposals? Have a look at out top tips for group facilitators.
Want to hear what Momentum’s randomly selected advisory body came up with? See recommendations made the Members’ Council.
Still got questions?
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions for Momentum about the Democracy Review.