On 8th November I attended four fascinating meetings at the Historical Materialism conference with people from the USA and Canada discussing the plight of the labour movement and ideas for turning it round.
I found the debates really useful and there were a lot of ideas the British labour movement should engage with. I've written up some of the key points as a series of three articles. The first ("Mobilise or Organise?") is mainly about Jane McAlevey's ideas on organising strategy and has been published here. The other two should be published over the next few days and will cover "Migration, the labour market and social reproduction" and "Reversing the decline".