The event on 12th January 10.00-17.30 at St Lukes Church (Great Colmore Street, Birmingham), is packed full of exciting sessions, including our latest councillor successes, expert training, and a talk by Green MEP Jean Lambert.
Elected as an MEP for London in 1999, Jean is our longest-serving MEP, and is one of our most effective and dedicated elected representatives.
As an MEP Jean has worked tirelessly across a whole range of issues, particularly around asylum seekers and migration, where she is heavily involved in shaping European Parliament policy.
Jean has been at the forefront of efforts to demand citizenship for the Rohingya in Myanmar, as well as persuading MEPs to back a Green call to decriminalise humanitarian assistance for refugees in Europe.
Jean will be talking about her work as an MEP, as well as her take on Brexit. Jean has 20 years of experience and success in pushing Green policies and ideas, so this is one not to be missed!
Tickets are selling fast and spaces are limited – so book now
The Address for sat-navs is St Luke’s Church Centre, Great Colmore Street, Birmingham, B15 2AT. There is some parking available at the venue. The venue is accessible and disabled parking is available.If you’re arriving by train, the venue is only a short walk away from Birmingham New Street station.
Despite increased costs prices are held at £10 for the Conference (this includes lunch), and there’s an early bird rate of £9 for bookings before 14th December. There’s also a bursary ticket rate for those on low or no incomes.