As the political parties return from their annual conferences across the country, we, the citizens of Liverpool City-Region, will be taking stock. We will be deciding how we can best work together for the sake of our most vulnerable fellow citizens, for the future of our children and young people, for decent jobs, housing, our health and well-being and for a peaceful and sustainable world.
Compass (Merseyside) invites you to join us from across the city region – citizens, campaigners, political activists, church groups, food-banks, community and voluntary organisations, trade-unions and businesses – to assess the challenge, outline the opportunities, strengthen our solidarity and agree priorities for action based on our common values.
- Theresa Griffin (MEP)
- Cllr Frank Hont (Cabinet Member for Housing, L’pool City Council)
- Hannah Walkom – Young Greens (L’pool)
- Natalie Denny – People’s Assembly
- Health and Social Care
- Getting By and the Living Wage
- Europe and TTIP
- One World – One City
- The Attack on Welfare
- Greening the City
- Children and Young People
Action-focused plenary– priorities and identifying ways forward
Tea/coffee from 6.30pm at Friends Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BT.
Please contact Paul Edwards to book your place: email@example.com (07810 623992).
You will be welcome even if you haven’t booked, but it will help us to know who is coming.