Conference Resolution and Coordination Committee

There is now just over a week to go before the national Education Activist Network conference. This will be an opportunity to hear some great speakers as well as eyewitnesses to inspiring struggles in the UK and across Europe, but it will not just be a talking shop. The conference is intended to launch a programme of action and a committee to coordinate it.


In the last session there will be an opportunity to vote on a programme of action. Click here to read the motion put forward by the conference organisers. If you would like to submit amendments, please send them to by Thursday 28th October. Please keep amendments short and to the point – we want to keep the discussion in the last session focused around action.


There will also be elections for a coordinating committee of 10 workers/trade unionists and 14 students/SU activists. If you would like to stand for the committee please write to with your name, a description of no more than 50 words, and the names of 5 nominators by Thursday 28th October.


We hope to see large numbers of activists getting a lot out of next Sunday’s conference, but for this we need your help ensuring the event runs smoothly. All participants are encouraged to arrive with at least 10-20 minutes to spare (registration begins at 10:30) and we are also calling for volunteers to help run the event. If you are willing to help please get in touch at


About educationactivistnetwork
The education activist network provides national coordination for trade unionists, academics, university workers and student campaigners fighting to defend jobs and education in the UK.

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