Spring Conference 2015
6-9 March, ACC Liverpool
Online registrations are now closed. Anyone wishing to attend who has not yet booked can pay on the door.
You can see the door fees here
Note: We strongly advise you to find your accommodation before travelling to conference as many hotels and hostels are now full.
Timetable (what is happening when)
Download the timetable (updated 28 Feb)
(please note that there will be minor changes to this between now and conference)
See the sessions that are open to the public, here.
In addition to the panel sessions shown in the flier, the following fringe sessions are also being opened up free of charge to the public:
Sunday 8 March, 18.15 Democracy: alternative forms - direct and local
Lily Cole, activist, and Natalie Bennett, Leader of the Green Party discuss Latin American experiments in direct democracy with Anthony Zacharzewski from the Democratic Society and Christopher Pane, Digital Democracy researcher, Bournemouth Green Party. Access from 6pm.
Sunday 8 March, 20.15 screening of The Killing Fields, a documentary which explores the relationship between Wildlife, Land, taxation and Law, with discussion with the Director, Carlo Nero, and Vanessa Redgrave and other speakers. Access from 6pm.
Agenda (list of motions to be discussed at conference)
The Final Agenda is now available on the members' website (you will need to log in).
Visit the Guide to Policy Making Process page for more information about submitting motions to Conference.
Please contact Hannah Boyd, Conference Assistant, with any queries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and Broadcast Media
All press queries to Archie Thomas, Press Officer: email@example.com
To apply for press accreditation, please submit your details online.