Join the inaugural Third Place First Conference with shadow cabinet member, Caroline Flint MP, in Reading on the 23 June 2012.
Last year Progress recreated the Third Place First network which last operated back in the 1990s. Following a launch event last year and some regional activity, the network is now hosting its first conference, which Southern Front is pleased to be supporting. Tickets are £5 for Progress members, £30 for non-members. Join Progress now to attend for free.
You can find out more about the Third Place First Network at: http://www.progressonline.org.uk/3p1conf2012
The day offers a packed schedule of dynamic debate about how Labour fights back in local government in the south, wins back important Westminster seats and increases our share of the popular vote. Speakers include Caroline Flint MP, Iain McNicol (general secretary, Labour party) and partner organisations including Movement for Change, Policy Network, UNISON and Labour List. Southern Front editor, Stuart King, is also speaking at the event.
Book your tickets now: http://www.progressonline.org.uk/3p1conf2012