After the success of the divorce campaign the Labour Youth Forum embarked on another campaign; ‘Re-Discover, Re-Think, Re-Act’. The aim was to discuss gender equality but it served a greater purpose in promoting Labour as the party that was ready to change and discuss more progressive issues. Discussing issues does not necessarily mean that one is totally in favour or against but that one is ready to listen, to learn and to understand other people’s issues. Such a stand made the Party more acceptable with new, young voters. FZL played a crucial role in the rejuvenation of the Labour Party.