Oxford University Labour Club (OULC) is the largest and among the oldest and most active university Labour clubs in the UK. Founded in 1919, OULC has been promoting socialism and getting Labour candidates elected in Oxford for a hundred years.
Michaelmas will be a very special term for OULC as we will be celebrating our 100th anniversary since the founding of the Club. To celebrate, we have reached out to the Club’s many notable alumni and will be hosting exciting one-off events on top of our usual discussions, socials and speaker events . We are also keen to promote participation by women in politics, so keep an eye out for our women*s termcard! It is a true privilege to serve as your Co-Chairs for such a significant occasion.
Another focus of our term will be campaigning. We believe Britain needs a Labour government now more than ever. With a General Election possible at any time, and with all out City Council elections just around the corner, OULC remains on an election footing. Our Sunday campaigning sessions are usually followed by a trip to the pub and are always very wholesome. For those who have never campaigned before, it’s never too late! Make sure to come along to our Sunday training session. Fundamentally, we believe that a radical Labour government will not manifest from nothing – we must fight for it.
If you have any questions or want to know how you can get involved, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meg & Jay