The next Llafur Day School is 'Milestones of Welsh Democracy': from Chartism to the National Assembly.
The Day School coincides with the 170th anniversary of the South Wales Rising in 1839, the fact that in 1929 women were able to cast their vote for the first time, and 10 years of the National Assembly in Wales.
The event will be held in the Senedd, Cardiff Bay on Sunday 8 November. It will be preceded by the Llafur AGM.
11.15 am Llafur AGM
1 pm Welcome: Professor Sir Deian Hopkin (Chair)
1.15 pm Professor Lord K O Morgan ‘ Issues in democratic change in Wales from Chartism to Devolution’.
2 pm Christine Chapman, AM ‘ Women and Democratic Change in Wales from the Suffragettes to Devolution’.
2.45-3.15 pm Tea
3.15 pm Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas, AM 'The National Assembly: The First Ten Years and the Next Ten Years'.
4-4.30 pm Discussion/Closing remarks – Professor Sir Deian Hopkin
4.30 pm Tour of the Senedd
The café in the Senedd will be open, serving hot and cold drinks and light snacks.
The event is FREE to attend and a warm welcome is extended to all.
To book your free place, please contact:
Siân Williams, Llafur Secretary,
c/o South Wales Miners’ Library, Swansea University, Hendrefoelan Campus, Gower Road, Swansea SA2 7NB
Tel: 01792 518693
Email: enquiries@ llafur.org
at Wednesday, October 14, 2009, Archives October 2009
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Related Welsh People's History Links:
The Welsh People’s History Society
We organise a wide range of events looking at aspects of our history and publish the journal Llafur.
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Recognised centre of excellence in heritage fields, in archive administration, archaeology, photography, graphics, education, architectural history and information management.
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