18 June 2019 Mutiny! A Radical Interactive Debate on the Political Crisis


Thousands of people have been convinced that socialism is possible after years of defeat. This is part of a series of discussions to define what socialism means in the 21st century, hosted by socialists active in the Labour Party, unions and elsewhere.

Mutiny’s Participatory Public Debate

Political Crisis. Climate Crisis.
Time to Organise!

6.30-9.00pm, Tuesday 18 June
Room 3E, Student Central
Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY

Join us to debate how we fight Brexit, Climate Catastrophe, and Corporate Power.


6.30pm: Welcome and lead-offs from the panel on creeping fascism, climate catastrophe, and corporate power.
7.00pm: Discussion groups: What sort of socialist organisation do we need to fight back?
7.45pm: Feedback from discussion groups.
8.15pm: General plenary discussion.
8.45pm: The wrap: Where do we go from here?

Namaa Al-Mahdi
Human rights campaigner, social media activist, and citizen journalist for the Sudan.


Sabrina Huck
Activist with Labour Campaign for Free Movement, co-chair of Wandsworth Momentum, columnist for Labour List.
Sabrina will introduce on the Euro elections and the Labour electoral meltdown.

Seema Syeda
Labour and Momentum activist, co-author of Creeping Fascism: what it is and how to fight it.
Seema will introduce on Farage, Brexit, and the rise of the Far Right.

Viv Soni
Postgrad student at Sussex University, Labour activist in Spelthorne.
Viv will introduce on the climate crisis and corporate power.

Discussion Group Facilitator:
Simon Hannah
Labour and Momentum activist, joint branch secretary of Lambeth Unison, author of A Party with Socialists in it: a history of the Labour Left.

Neil Faulkner
Archaeologist, historian, author of A Radical History of the World.


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