Friends of the ILP
There is a great deal of scepticism towards all forms of politics, including ours. Many people are wary of political organisations and are cautious about being duped or used — often with good reason.
Yet, at the same time, people express the need to relate to others in some way. They want links to people with whom they feel something in common, the chance to share ideas and experiences, and to belong to a caring community.
The ILP Friends’ Forum aims to connect a broad spectrum of people who feel they have some agreement with the ILP’s ideas, or at least want to learn more about us and support our efforts. It is a network for people to discuss and learn from each other, whether in print, on the internet, or in meetings and seminars. We hope it will be a living political community which sustains people who share similar ideas, helps them to develop understandings, and allows them to be involved as much or as little as they wish.
Friends of the ILP receive copies of our publications and literature, and are invited to our annual weekend school, plus any other meetings or events that may be held in their locality. They are also added to our email list and kept informed of new articles and developments on the ILP’s website.
You don’t have to agree with everything we say, but if you feel the need for open, honest and friendly discussion with others on the left then why not give it a try?
To join Friends of the ILP send £15 for one year’s subscription to the address on our front page along with your name, address, phone number and e-mail.