The Labour Campaign for Human Rights invites you to join us as a member and help us build a movement to campaign for human rights within and beyond the Labour Party.
You can read about the benefits of joining below and sign up, but first a special message from Sadiq Khan, our Labour Mayor of London:
In 1998 Labour made history by passing the Human Rights Act into law. Alongside the European Convention on Human Rights, it has helped rape victims find justice, stopped elderly married couples from being separated in care, helped families uncover the truth behind the Hillsborough disaster, and guaranteed equality for LGBT people. It is something the whole Labour movement can be proud of.
But today our human rights are under threat. Constant attacks in the media and by the Tories have challenged the idea that we are all entitled to enjoy the same basic rights and freedoms.
Today we need our human rights, and we need our Labour Party to robustly defend them. That’s why the Labour Campaign for Human Rights is so essential. LCHR works with every part of the Labour movement, from MPs and the trade unions to the membership, to build a united effort to protect our human rights. And then it helps deliver our message to the country – a firm commitment that we will fight for equal rights for all.
I’ve been a proud supporter of LCHR ever since it was founded, and I’ve seen it’s impact first hand. Now LCHR needs you. Please add your voice to our movement and join LCHR.
– Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London and member of LCHR’s advisory group
If you join, you will get the following exclusive benefits:
- Participation in our annual consultation on which issues LCHR should campaign on and how we should run our campaigns.
- Free entry to all our events.
- The opportunity to get directly involved with our campaigns by writing blogs, contributing to briefings, and participating in parliamentary events.
- The opportunity to apply to serve on LCHR’s board of directors.
- Formal input into LCHR’s organisational decision-making through a board representative.
Please note, if you choose not to subscribe to our mailing list while signing up as a member, you should regularly check our website to take advantage of some of these benefits, since we won’t be able to email you about them directly.
Step one (optional) – subscribe to our members’ and supporters’ email list for regular email updates.
This is how we will keep you updated about our events, campaigns, and other activities. However, you can become a member without subscribing to these updates. To skip this step, go straight to step two below. Please note, you must complete step two to become a member.
Step two – pay for your membership
You can either join as an ordinary member if you’re a member of the Labour Party, or you can join as a supporter if you’re not a member of the Labour Party. You can then choose which rate you want to join at. The standard rate is only £10 per year, with a discounted rate of £5 for unwaged/students/retired/under 18s/people with a disability and a higher rate of £20 for those who want to contribute a little more.
All people who join will be classed as ‘associate members’. For the full benefits and conditions of joining please read the following page. For any questions about joining LCHR, please contact email@example.com.
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Join here as a supporter (non-Labour members)
Please note, your payment and membership will renew automatically every year on the anniversary of your subscription. You can cancel your membership and direct debit at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also cancel your direct debit directly with your bank.