We combine respect for work, family and community with a commitment to the common good: sustainable politics that helps people lead meaningful lives. You can find out more about what this means in practice by downloading our e-brochure available here.
There has been a surge of interest in Blue Labour this year and a lot of people have been asking what they can do to help. We have spent this year expanding the movement by establishing regional networks. All the new regional groups have pages on Facebook so if you search there you should find a group near you.
Blue Labour was launched in 2010 by academic and Labour peer Maurice Glasman, and dedicated to reclaiming distinctive traditions of reciprocity and mutuality in the labour movement. It combines respect for family, faith and work with a commitment to the common good: sustainable politics that helps people lead meaningful lives.
Blue Labour is run solely by volunteers in their spare time. We’re working together to build Blue Labour into a national network with lots of ways for people to participate. Unlike other groups within Labour we don’t have any wealthy donors or institutions bankrolling our operations – just ordinary people making donations.
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