We're unlike any Political Party you are familiar with.

Harmony means consensus. We're led by our Members and Participants. We decide pretty much everything by discussion (and everything else by vote).

Harmony stands for the marginalised first and foremost.

This May, a vote for us is a vote for an increase in democracy in your area.

We are committed to helping YOU take back control of your community - by ensuring that all of our policies are decided by our Members... but also by outside Participants. We are an open, transparent democracy.

We are opposed to hate in all its forms.

We support the right to protest.

We stand up for trans rights.

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Read on to find out more about our policies

Action on the climate disaster and action on inequality are at the top of our agenda.

We oppose social exclusion and apartheid.

Combining Universal Basic Services with Universal Basic Income (including a well-funded NHS and a new National Social Care Service) can ensure everyone's basic needs are met. And if the National Living Wage is carefully linked to UBI, we can make sure that everyone has at least a little more than enough.

We want to make life easier for renters - everyone should have a warm, safe place to shelter and call home.

We want to radically reform justice & policing in the UK.

We think the age at which people can vote should be the same as the age of criminal responsibility, and that both should be 16 years of age.

We think everyone's vote should count - the UK should use Proportional Representation instead of First Past The Post.

We want reforms to pay structures and workplace democracy. We think the public sector is an excellent place to prove the concept. Pay rises for the highest earners should result in pay rises for the lowest earners. Everyone in the public sector should get to vote on the exact gap between highest and lowest.

We think that to encourage media independence and plurality, current workers should collectively own 51% of each media outlet and should have the same democratised pay gap system as we propose for the public sector.

Want to know more?

Talk to us on the Party Moot: where we moot ideas. Or join in with our informal weekly Zoom calls on policy. Everyone is welcome, not just members. This article in the Party Library explains something of what we're about. Ask questions via our social media accounts & pages, on Facebook and Twitter. Don't forget to check out the rest of the Party Library; the FAQ is probably worth a look too!

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