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The Labour Party has a long history of international work and established links with many parties around the world. Our international links help us support the Labour Party's progressive international policy agenda and share best practice with other parties.
The Labour Party’s International Unit maintains and develops relations with sister parties and represents the Party at the European and international level through the Party of European Socialists and Socialist International.
Labour believes Britain’s international role must be an extension of our vision at home – to build a fairer world, in which wealth and opportunity are shared by all. Our core values of equality and social justice resonate in the way we engage with the rest of the world, seeking to help alleviate poverty, protect human rights and promote democracy. For more information on Labour’s international policies click here.
The Labour Party is joined by around 300 international guests for its annual party conference. We organise a programme of briefings and events for international guests from sister parties, the diplomatic community and international organisations. Invitations are sent directly to sister parties and embassies.
The Labour Party has an active network of overseas members represented by Labour International.
Harriet Harman at the Party of European Socialists Leaders' Meeting in June 2010
Each year, the Labour Party receives funds from the Westminster Foundation for Democracy to support like minded parties in new, fragile and emerging democracies.
For more information on this work please visit wfd.labour.org.uk