Labour Party Annual Conference
The Annual Conference of the Labour Party is formally the supreme decision-making body of the Party.
Delegates to the conference are elected by Constituency Labour Parties, affiliated trade unions and socialist societies.
Resolutions for debate at the Annual Conference can come from all sections of the party and are submitted ahead of the Annual Conference according to a timetable laid out by the NEC.
The Labour Party is one of few British political parties to still use the Annual Conference gathering for voting and policy resolution.
The National Executive Committee leads the conference, although the details of the conference, including what is debated, are managed by an elected Conference Arrangements Committee.
In 2022 The Annual Conference will be returning to Liverpool from Sunday 25 to Wednesday 28 September.
Keep checking this link for programme announcements, application launches and important information relating to the 2022 Annual Conference.
The 2021 Annual Conference was held in Brighton from Saturday 25 September to Wednesday 29 September. Reports to the 2021 Annual Conference can be found here.
Full details of the Motions debated at the 2021 Annual Conference can be found here
Information on the proceedings and documentation of previous Annual Conferences held in 2017, 2018 and 2019 can be found here.