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The Central Act of Organising

Today we have a problem with leadership. All forms of authority have lost ground to a sense that every leader is somehow selfish and ego-driven, that leaders are innately corruptible and venal and that honour, confidence and drive are immediately … Continue reading

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Noticing the unusual suspects

Working with citizens of all races and cultures, of all ages and styles, it strikes me that no one is the leader of our little group. There are people who are taking a more visible part and some who are … Continue reading

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What’s community organising anyhow?

Community organising is relatively new in the UK. In the States, it is a well-developed professional field with many different networks and traditions. It is also represented in Canada, the Philippines, Germany, Kenya, France, India, Korea, and many other countries and … Continue reading

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