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Resilience through Solidarity
Resilience through Solidarity

This is part two in a three part series. You can read part one here.Whilst it is easy to cherry pick individual examples of worker cooperatives, it is important to acknowledge that cooperatives can and do fail albeit at a lower rate. A report by...

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Put Democracy to Work
Put Democracy to Work

Democracy: The fragile and beleaguered heart of modern British society. The legitimacy of the state rests perilously atop its broad shoulders. We insist on it, we fight for it, we shout, scream, protest and campaign when our democratic rights are...

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Why we need innovation in the NHS
Why we need innovation in the NHS

The North and East London Commissioning Support Unit, or NEL, sits within the NHS and provides a range of services to commissioners¹, providers², and NHS England, such as finance, IT, HR, medicines management, business intelligence, and data...

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Why the time for climate action is now
Why the time for climate action is now

For Actionable and On Purpose’s event on how to get your organisation to declare a Climate Emergency — https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-climate-emergency-from-declarations-to-action-tickets-97144324289As I walk the streets of an empty...

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ActionAble: Good Money. Bad Money. My Money?
ActionAble: Good Money. Bad Money. My Money?

by Surabhi N and Jake Levy (On Purpose April’19 Cohort)There’s a good chance you’re aware by now that one of the most powerful decisions you can make as an individual to fight climate change is to switch your pension plan to an ethical option....

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Host with the most
Hosts with the most

Hosting, we learnt at Co-Lab’s November 2019 training course, is setting up spaces and processes which are flexible enough to allow groups of people to come together and decide for themselves what work will be done and how they will do it — to...

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