Workers’ Party Northern Ireland Regional Conference – October 10th 2009

Below are the details of the Northern Ireland Regional Conference of The Workers’ Party. The Conference is not a policy making body, so there are no motions or the like. Instead the aim of the conference is to encourage debate among as broad a segment of left and progressive opinion as possible. All are welcome to attend and contribute.

The Workers’ Party
Northern Ireland Regional Conference

Saturday 10th October 2009

Wellington Park Hotel

Belfast

10.45am Registration

11.00am Opening Address

John Lowry, General Secretary

11.30am Opportunities for the Left in Northern Ireland

Workers Party Speaker

Chris McGimpsey: Former Ulster Unionist Party Councillor

Michael Robinson: Irish Labour Group in Northern Ireland

Incorporating Question and Answer Session

1.0pm Lunch

2.00pm Stop the Extradition of Sean Garland

Reverend Chris Hudson

2.20pm Unionism in 1969

Dr. Marc Mulholland, St Catherine’s College, Oxford

Response: Roy Garland, Member of the U.U.P. 1969

Incorporating Question and Answer Session

3.45pm Close of Conference

4.00pm Music in the Upstairs Bar

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3 Responses to “Workers’ Party Northern Ireland Regional Conference – October 10th 2009”

  1. Urban_Underclass Says:

    How much does it cost?

  2. Urban_Underclass Says:

    Subscribing to follow up comments,
    Rory

  3. Garibaldy Says:

    Rory,

    Nothing. The conference is open to everybody and anybody who wants to attend. Its aim since its inception in the 1980s has been to facilitate dialogue about issues of concern to progressives in the north.

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