Socialist Party of Ontario policy assembly

Saturday, November 12, 2011 - 14:00 to 23:00

Join us at the first annual policy assembly of the Socialist Party of Ontario.

Agenda:

9 a.m.: Registration
9:30 a.m.: Introductory Remarks: On the Capitalist Crisis and Building a Socialist Party, Michael Laxer (Spokesperson)
9:45 a.m.: Constitutional Amendments
10:45 a.m: Break
11 a.m.: Workshops: Policing, Socialist Taxation Policy, Sex Trade Workers
12Noon: Lunch Break
1p.m.: Resolutions. Debates and votes.
2:30p.m: Break
2:45 p.m.: Resolutions cont'd
4:30: Creation of Policy Working Committees
5 p.m.: Elections to Vacant Executive Posts/Meeting of the New Executive

Together we will be building a real Socialist agenda to take into the electoral arena in Ontario and to build a political force that will really oppose the neo-liberal austerity agenda. Help to build a movement that will actually confront capitalism without pandering to the rhetoric of the right and the desires of the media.

Everyone is welcome.

At the PA, all members present will have full voting rights. If you are not yet a registered party member and wish to vote at the PA, please register at this link:

http://tumblr.socialistpartyofontario.ca/membership

Observers are also welcome, but have no voting rights and will be subject to space limitations.

If you want to come and need a ride or shared accommodation please email us and we will see what we can arrange.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

 

Trent University
2510 Pioneer Road Gzowski College Case Study Room, Rm 115, Gzowski College
K9J 7B8 Peterborough , ON
Canada
Ontario CA
Andrew Klochek

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