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The Liberty Network is a group of like-minded Liberal Democrat supporters who are passionate about liberal values and issues. The ongoing support that we receive through this Network helps to provide and protect the future of the Liberal Democrats.
Members of the Liberty Network are forward-thinking – looking at the big picture and what’s ahead.
The Liberty Network brings together members for regular policy discussions and events with senior Liberal Democrats and Party figures. Our varied events programme ensures there are plenty of opportunities to be involved in lively debates and the exchange of ideas: discussing and sharing opinions on politics, the strengthening of our public services and the future of the country post Brexit.
The funding we receive from the Liberty Network is vital to our success as a Party.
It works alongside the fantastic support we receive through our Party memberships, helping us to win elections and grow our campaigning activities. We ask Network members to contribute a minimum of £1,000 per annum, which can be paid in a variety of ways, either one lump sum or instalments.
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We hold regular events exclusively for our Liberty Network members. From time to time we are delighted to open our events to supporters who are not members of the Liberty Network. If you are interested in attending an event and are not a Liberty Network member please email [email protected]
The fight for equal marriage | Monday 28th June, 6pm
With Baronesses Liz Barker and Lynne Featherstone and chaired by Matt Sanders.
Join us as we mark Pride Month by remembering our route to achieving same-sex marriage and explore what we can learn from this success in the ongoing fight for LGBT+ equality in the UK. This is an open event where we would be pleased to welcome those who are not members of Liberty as well as those who are part of the Network. Please email [email protected] if you are interested in attending.
Meet our speakers
Meet the new MPs
With Wendy Chamberlain MP, Sarah Olney MP and Munira Wilson MP
If you would like to request a recording of any of our previous webinars please contact [email protected]
The future of the BBC and broadcast media - with Patrick Barwise, Jane Bonham Carter, Tom McNally and Peter York
The impact of Covid-19 on local government - with Tim Farron MP, Councillor Tumi Hawkins and Councillor Lisa Smart
The evolution of Big Society - with Baroness Liz Barker, Stephen Dawson, co-founder of Impetus Trust, Patrick Foster, Trustee of the Big Issue Foundation and Sarah Hoyle, Centre Manager at the Kentish Town Community Centre
Cross-party collaboration: reflecting on what we have learned from the past - with Lord Jonny Oates, Baroness Alison Suttie, Lord Paul Tyler and Councillor Lisa Smart
Electoral reform: a discussion - with Tom Brake, former Lib Dem MP and Director of Unlock Democracy, Wendy Chamberlain MP and Lord Paul Tyler
The Human Rights Act and why it matters - with Conor Gearty, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics
A better justice system for women: can changes to sentencing improve the mental health and rehabilitation of female offenders? - with Daisy Cooper MP and Lady Edwina Grosvenor, prison philanthropist and reformer
The disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on BAME groups - with Baroness Meral Hussein Ece & Dr. Victoria Showunmi, Professor of Education at University College London
Tackling the health inequalities brought to light by the pandemic - with Munira Wilson MP, Professor Ajit Lalvani, Chair of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London & Dr. Phillip Lee, General Practitioner and former Lib Dem MP.
The UK’s commitment to carbon reduction in the wake of Covid-19 - with Ed Davey MP & Tom Rivett-Carnac, one of the architects of the Paris Climate Agreement and author of ‘The Future We Chose’
The impact of Covid-19 on civil liberties during a pandemic - with Alistair Carmichael MP & Jeff King, Professor of Law at University College London