Central Committee

YCL CC 2021

The Central Committee (CC) is elected at our biennial Congress, to carry out the wishes of Congress, our members and branches.

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

Following our historic 50th All-Britain Congress which took place at Ruskin House, London between 21-22 August 2021, twenty of our members were elected to the new Central Committee of the Young Communist League. This increase, from a previous leadership of nine, reflects our growth in membership which has more than tripled in size since our previous Congress took place.

Under our Constitution, which was updated at the Congress, our new Central Committee is entrusted with putting into practise the decisions, policies and priorities of the Congress over the next two years and to continue the essential work of building the YCL.

Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011

The full list of comrades elected to the CC are as follows:

  • General Secretary – Johnnie Hunter
  • Chair – Robin Talbot
  • Treasurer – Peter Stoddart
  • Vice Chair – Morgan Horn
  • Minutes Secretary – Matthew Waddell
  • Membership Officers – Holly Morcos & Shea Stewart
  • Communications Officer – James McLelland
  • Challenge Editor – Nathan Czapnik
  • AgitProp Officer – Joseph Weaver
  • Anti-Racism Anti-Fascism Officer – Robert Daw
  • Branch, District & Nation Development Officer – Daniel Lambe
  • Campaigns Officer – Michael Quinn
  • Conduct and Discipline Officers – Judith Carzola &
    Matthew Waddell
  • Culture & Events Officer – Shea Stewart
  • Disability Officer – Jem Knight
  • Environment Officer – Hannah Phillips
  • Industrial Officer – Laura Dickinson
  • International Officer – Pierre Marshall
  • LGBT+ Officer – Nathan Czapnik
  • Marxist Leninist Education Officer – Josh Morris
  • Mobilisation Officer – Robert Daw
  • Recruitment & Retention Officer – Daniel Roantree
  • Student Officer – Jem Knight
  • Women’s Officer – Judith Carzola
  • YCL100 Officer – Robin Talbot
" Following on from our biggest and most successful Congress since re-foundation, the election of this new Central Committee is more evidence of the exciting growth and progress the YCL is making across Britain. Each of the comrades elected to serve is a credit to their branch and the YCL as a whole. The tasks identified by our 50th Congress are as challenging as they are important but with comrades such as ours, in a militant and disciplined organisation, our success is guaranteed. Forward together on all fronts, comrades "
Johnnie Hunter
General Secretary of the YCL