Volunteer at #TWT21

TWT will be back in Brighton this year from the 25th - 28th September. Want to be a part of making the festival happen?

The World Transformed is only possible thanks to our amazing team of dedicated & talented volunteers. From running sessions to stewarding, design to digital content, and administration to accommodation, it's all down to our team of committed comrades.

We're particularly keen to hear from Brighton-based comrades this year, so if that's you, be sure to sign up!

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#TWT21 Programme Submissions

Are you or your organisation interested in running a session at The World Transformed 2021? Please send us a submission using this form - deadline 25th July.

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If you're hoping to attend this year's festival in Brighton from the 25th - 28th September, be sure to sign up to our mailing list so you can find out about tickets as soon as they're released. You can read our FAQs here.

How Labour came to be: 1848 - 1901 // 22.07.21 // 19:00 BST

What can the development of the labour movement during the second half of the 19th century teach us about the current Labour Party? Why did Britain’s working class radicalism drop off during this period? What is Labourism? And can it help to tell us why the Party has often failed to radically alter the status quo?

Join us and Lewis Bassett, the author of the first issue of Momentum’s new political education bulletin the Educator, to discuss the origins of the Labour Party. Register here.

Labour came to be

Transform Your Work Launch

Understanding your workplace is a key step in the journey towards changing it. The Transform Your Work toolkit is a collection of approaches, step-by-step guides and historical examples of worker organising. You can use these tools to create knowledge about your own work, power hierarchies, class relations, and capitalism more broadly, all from your own perspective. The goal is not just to describe your working conditions, but ultimately to transform them.

Watch back the launch event with TWT, Autonomy and Common Knowledge on YouTube to find out more about workers' enquiry and exactly what this resource can do.

Join our Supporters Network

TWT is free for all, but is only made possible by the contributions of our supporters.

If you are in a position to do so, please consider making a one off donation to TWT, or become a member of our Supporters Network by giving a monthly donation to help us sustain our work all year round.

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the following organisations in our educational and research work:
AutonomyRosa Luxemburg Stiftung LondonTransform! EuropeMomentumLipman Miliband TrustCommon KnowledgeMayDay RoomsAndrew Wainwright Reform Trust
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