Labour’s National Policy Forum (NPF) would like to thank all the members, supporters and stakeholders who contributed throughout the year.
The next stage of work for the NPF is to advance the policy framework set out in our 2017 General Election Manifesto ‘For the Many, Not the Few’. This will begin in spring 2018 with the launch of eight new consultation reports, on the following topics:
Our eight Policy Commissions met in December to agree eight key areas to discuss in the 2018 consultation. Click through on the commission name for more infomation on each area.
- Early Years, Education and Skills Commission - TOWARDS A NATIONAL EDUCATION SERVICE
- Economy, Business and Trade Commission - A FAIR DEAL AT WORK: The future of work
- Energy, Environment and Culture Commission - LEADING RICHER LIVES: A Greener Britain
- Health and Social Care Commission - HEALTHCARE FOR ALL: Tackling health inequalities
- International Commission - A GLOBAL BRITAIN: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals
- Justice and Home Affairs Commission - SAFER COMMUNITIES: Protecting our communities and turning lives around
- Work, Pensions and Equalities Commission - EQUALITY FOR ALL: Addressing in-work poverty and working age inequalities
- Housing, Local Government and Transport Commission - LEADING RICHER LIVES: Giving people the power to shape their local communities
When published, these reports will contain a series of key questions which the policy commissions want to hear your views on. There will be opportunities to take part online and through a series of local and national events.
Keep checking this site and our Twitter page @labpolicyforum, in the New Year for further updates on the consultation launch and policy events taking place near you.
In the meantime you can submit your own policy ideas on any topic at any time, through this site, here. If you haven’t used this website before you’ll need to register, or use your Labour Login.
You can find out more about the website and how to use it to make policy suggestions here.