• Ibrahim Taguri to fight Brent Central for Lib Dems
    EMLD warmly welcome selection
  • Sarah Yong to fight Somerton and Frome
    Chinese Lib Dem vice-chair bags held seat
  • EMLD and LDW host fringe meeting at conference

Liberal Democrat Muslim Network host Eid Reception

An Eid reception was hosted at the House of Lords by the Liberal Democrat Muslim Network earlier this month.

Autumn Conference

EMLD will be hosting two fringes this year in Glasgow: 1. “How to deliver electoral reform this time”  The Coalition Agreement failed to realise reform.

Nominations now open for Dadabhai Naoroji Awards

Nominations are now open for a new awards scheme aimed at marking the achievements of people who have forged stronger links between the UK and India.

Women and BAME communities needs joint approach

Women and minority ethnic communities need to work together to combat gender and race discrimination, especially where they overlap with prejudice against black women, a Lib Dem conference meeting heard.

Women and Diverse Communities at Fringe event in York

Join EMLD, Chinese Liberal Democrats and Liberal Democrat Women as we co-host a fringe event at Spring Conference in York on International Women’s Day! Date: 8 March 2014 Time: 16.15-19.


Brent Action Day

On Saturday 22nd March Brent Liberal Democrats will be launching their local and European Election campaigns and we want you and other EMLD members to join us.

Ozen and Ahmad selected to fight general election seats

Two EMLD members have been picked to run in the 2015 general election.


EMLD Achievement Awards moved

EMLD wish to extend a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to everyone who nominated someone for an EMLD Achievement Award.


EMLD statement on the tweeted cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed

Ethnic Minority Liberal Democrats (EMLD) deplores the reported death threats against Maajid Nawaz, a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn. Death threats can never be justified and we wholeheartedly condemn them.

After Mark Duggan we need an inquiry into the whole criminal justice system

The confusion and outrage felt by many in London’s African and Caribbean communities over the Mark Duggan inquest conclusion that he had been ‘lawfully killed’ by police is a reflection of the lack of confidence many BAME people have in Britain’s cri