Oxford City Manifesto 2016

Dear Members

It’s time to start drafting the Oxford City Manifesto for 2016 and you are warmly invited to participate.

The first meeting is on Saturday 31 October,  10am – 3pmFlorence Park Community Centre Lounge (note that there will be another event in the main hall).

We have scheduled a follow up meeting on 21 November 2015, also at Florence Park Community Centre Lounge from 10am-3pm.

Please bring your own lunch and drinks, along with your own printed copy of the agenda and the 2014 Manifesto for reference.

We will be going through submissions received to vote on any policy amendments; after that we will decide what should go into the manifesto.

For those who are new to the Party, the manifesto helps set out the Party’s agenda for the upcoming election:  ‘A manifesto is a public declaration of the ideas and policies of a political party. It is usually published during the campaign before a general election and contains a description of what the party will do if it wins the election and becomes the Government’  (http://www.parliament.uk/site-information/glossary/manifesto/).

The current headings for each manifesto declaration are:

Protecting public services

Better housing for all

Building the local economy

Migrants' rights

A sustainable Oxford

A city for students

Planning for a sustainable future

Action on climate change

Better public transport

Safer communities

Power to people

Health policy in our city

Animal welfare

Appendix: Energy cooperatives for Oxford

Vote Green for the Common Good

If you have any suggestions for the 2016 manifesto please forward them to OGP Secretary, Cari Morningstar.     

Please get in touch with Alison Williams if you have any questions or comments.

 

WHEN
November 21, 2015 at 10am - 3pm
WHERE
Florence Park Community Centre
Cornwallis Road
Oxford OX4 3NH
United Kingdom
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4 RSVPS
Alison Williams Ruthi Brandt

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