The Euston Manifesto has launched a new section – Social Democratic Futures – which aims to create an intellectual space in which progressives supportive of the broad thrust of the Euston principles can debate key issues with each other: across social movements, intellectual traditions and countries.
Anybody who fancies it can respond to the articles in up to 1000 words, or to ask questions of the writers, who have agreed to respond.
– Shalom Lappin on how global trade unions and social trade agreements will be part of any renewal of social democracy
– James Purnell MP. Minister of State for Pensions at the Dept of Work and pensions, on the future of public service reform.
Submissions for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org