Ethnic Minority Liberal Democrats

EMLD.pngEthnic Minorities Liberal Democrats (EMLD) exists to promote Black, Asian and other minority ethnic representation within the party, to represent BAME members and to advance policies that address issues which disproportionately impact on those communities.

EMLD is an SAO - a Specified Associated Organisation - which organises recruitment and training and promotes BAME members towards greater involvement in the political processes of the party so they play a full role in the democratic processes of the party at all levels.

We seek to promote a positive image of BAME communities and believe in equal opportunities and as such our membership is open to all members of the party.

How to join

Membership is £1 but donations are welcome. You can join online or obtain a form via the EMLD website.

Contact

Email: emld@email.com
Website:   www.ethnic-minority.libdems.org
Twitter: @EMLibDems
   

 


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