The bi-ennial Communist University of Wales will be held in Pontypridd on the Friday and Saturday 28 and 29 November 2014; featuring the Gwyn Alf Williams Memorial Lecture on 'Imperialism and Africa - Past and Present’.

Sessions will cover ‘The National Question and Constitutional Change’ and ‘The role of mass and extra parliamentary struggle’.

Speakers include: Ken Keable, Editor ‘London Recruits – The Secret War Against Apartheid’; Anita Wright (Secretary of the National Assembly of Women); Lorette Picand (Chairperson of the Welsh Communist Party); Gareth Miles (Author and former Chair of the Welsh Language Society) and Bill Greenshields (National Steering Committee of the Peoples Assembly).

Friday 28 November

Gwyn Alf Williams Memorial Lecture ‘Imperialism and Africa – Past and Present’
with Ken Keable, Editor ‘London Recruits – The Secret War Against Apartheid’
7.00 pm in Clwb y Bont (Backroom), Taff Street, Pontypridd

Saturday 29 November

Communist University of Wales
9.30 am to 1.00 pm in the YMCA, Taff Street, Pontypridd

Session 1 (9.45am to 11.00am)
‘The National Question and Constitutional Change’ a panel discussion with Gareth Miles (Author and former Chair of the Welsh Language Society); Bill Greensheilds (Chairperson, Communist Party of Britain) and Lorette Picand (Chairperson of the Welsh Communist Party)

Session 2 (11.15am to 12.30pm)
‘The role of mass and extra parliamentary struggle’ a panel discussion with Anita Wright (Secretary of the National Assembly of Women) and Bill Greenshields (National Steering Committee of the Peoples Assembly)