“We need popular, member-backed policies like a Green New Deal, public ownership, rolling back privatisation of the NHS, repealing anti-trade union laws, advancing migrants’ rights, and internationalist solidarity.”
By Mish Rahman
I was elected to Labour’s NEC in 2020 to ensure a strong voice for members and greater oversight over Party governance.
I am now seeking re-election after a term where I have:
- Strived to ensure fairness and due process on disciplinary panels
- Continually argued for consistent implementation of the rulebook and opposed arbitrary decision-making
- Regularly reported back via online calls, articles and social media
- Worked with NEC reps from all sides to introduce new equalities structures, including a BAME Members’ Structure
With a General Election looming towards the end of this term, I will work to deliver an election-winning party which will radically change the lives of millions for the better.
That means supporting popular, member-backed policies like a Green New Deal, public ownership, rolling back privatisation of the NHS, repealing anti-trade union laws, advancing migrants’ rights, and internationalist solidarity.
As a working-class man of Bangladeshi heritage, whose father campaigned in the 1980s against the National Front, I have always been a committed anti-racist activist.
I am proud to be supported by the Centre-Left Grassroots Alliance and Momentum. Please also support Jess Barnard, Gemma Bolton, and Yasmine Dar.
- Mish Rahman is standing for re-election as a members’ representative on Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC).
- CLPs have until 17th June to nominate NEC candidates – to do this you will need their membership number. Mish Rahman’s membership number is L0137964.
- Please show your support for his campaign by following him on Facebook and twitter.