Please see below for a list of groups affiliated with the Conservative Party.
The Conservative Christian Fellowship is a membership organisation of Christians who support the Conservatives. Our members range from those who just vote Conservative and want to pray and encourage decision makers to MPs, Councillors and Peers. The CCF has members all over the UK and is an interdenominational fellowship.
The Conservative Disability Group engages with mentally and physically disabled people from across the spectrum and encourages them to participate in every aspect of society, including public life, work, social and leisure activities.
The Conservative Education Society consists of teachers, lecturers, education administrators, Local Authority members specializing in education, Governors and parents and others interested in what is happening in our schools and colleges.
Founded more than 30 years ago, the Conservative Europe Group (CEG) is an organisation within the Conservative Party committed to a positive and constructive approach to our role in the European Union.
The purpose of the Conservative Foreign & Commonwealth Council is to provide a forum for the discussion of international foreign relations to promote great understanding and awareness.
CFI works to promote its twin aims of supporting Israel and promoting Conservatism. With close to 2,000 activists as members CFI is active at every level of the Party. CFI organises numerous events in and around Westminster, takes Conservative parliamentarians and candidates on delegations to Israel, campaigns hard for Tory candidates in target seats, and works to ensure that Israel’s case is fairly represented in Parliament.
The Society of Conservative Lawyers was founded in 1947 and since then has provided a regular input to Conservative thinking and Conservative Party manifestos.
Its aims and objectives are to support the Conservative and Unionist Party, uphold the principles of justice and democracy consider and promote reforms in the law, act as a centre or discussion of Conservative ideas, provide speakers and assist in finding candidates promote and assist in the publication of literature.
The Conservative Medical Society was established twenty years ago to promote debate within the Conservative Party on health care. In January 2011, we renamed ourselves Conservative Health, reflecting our increasingly broad membership and interests. We hold meetings and publish papers on health matters. We are affiliated to the National Union of the Conservative Party and have the support of the Health Secretary. We are a Society open to differing views, but committed to Conservative principles of freedom, quality and diversity.
The Conservative Technology Forum exists as a platform for those who wish to influence the use and introduction of new technologies in both government and the wider economy and to assist in the preparation of policy for the Conservative membership of the coalition government; helping the Party discuss and debate technology-related issues in Parliament, devolved assemblies and in Town Halls across the UK.
In the past the CTG has organised a variety of visits to transport related sites. These have included the Post Office underground railway, St. Pancras Hotel, the Channel Tunnel workings, the Eurostar train servicing depot, CENTRO, the Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT), the TVR factory, Hull docks, rail & tram vehicle manufacturers in Birmingham, Rolls Royce Aero Engines, Avonmouth Docks, Heathrow Airport, the west Midlands Metro and Black Country museum (so members could bring families), Manchester Tramways, Manchester, Luton and Birmingham airports, Luton Parkway Station, the Eurostar depot at North Pole, The Newcastle Metro Control Centre and a variety of other transport locations.
CMEC exists to ensure that conservative MPs and Peers understand the Middle East.
By bringing Conservative parliamentarians together with leading experts, CMEC promotes the discussion of UK foreign policy in the Middle East, and seeks to ensure that this policy in grounded in a deep understanding of the complexities of the region.
The CMF's full objectives can be summarised as encouraging British Muslims to play their full part in the political life of our country, and in particular to support the Conservative Party, join the Conservative Party and stand as Conservative Party candidates.
Conservative Friends of India (CF India) is a member-led organisation that will help to develop links and a meaningful relationship between the Conservative Party, the British Indian community and India. Our aim is to champion the culture, successes and values of British Indians and strongly advocate closer relations between India and Britain.
Conservative Friends of Pakistan (CFoP) seeks to build a stronger, wider, and deeper relationship between the Conservative Party, Pakistan and the British Pakistani community. By bringing together people from across the British Pakistani community and the Conservative family, CFoP acts as a one-stop shop for everyone interested in promoting the values of the Conservative Party, as well as helping to forge a stronger relationship between Pakistan and the UK.
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