Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Good and Bad in Gentrification

The area in which I am organising sits astride the Camberwell Road. But only a few yards north the Camberwell Road becomes the Walworth Road, a busy thoroughfare (A215) that has served the shopping needs of this traditionally working class … Continue reading

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Offering the Challenge

In organising, we all face the need to ask for someone’s action. It may be listening to someone at the door when you’ve got to the point of challenge and commitment. You might be in a one-to-one with a leader … Continue reading

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Moving to Action

For the last few weeks, I have been exploring here some of the key concepts in community organising. The work in North Camberwell has of course continued and this week’s post updates readers on development in our work there. Building … Continue reading

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Action and Reaction

Over the last five weeks I have been writing about some key concepts in organising. Last week, I looked at how community organisers work with their leaders to decide which issues to tackle. In this final part of this series, … Continue reading

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