Speak Up, Speak Out: The Launch Of The Philosopher’s Stone Collective December 2020

Featured Image: The Alchemist In Search of The Philosopher’s Stone: Joseph Wright of Derby 1771 It’s not a game  Coaches, leaders helping professionals interested in using their science art craft to support social justice supporting and leading social change, one conversation at a time. What is the role of coaching and leading in a world […]

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Rebuilding The Universities After World War 1: Ex‐Service Students, Scholarships And the Reconstruction of Student Life In England: Georgina Brewis, Sarah Hellawell, Daniel Laqua: A Great Piece Of Work And Really Relevant As We Begin To Rethink How Revaluing History, Teachers, Education, Students And Learning Can Reinvent The Economy In 2021

Featured Image: I stand with my great grandmother on the doorstep: How I write History by Hilary Mantel illustrated by Nick Higgins The research was supported by the AHRC World War One Engagement Centre at the University of Hertfordshire and the authors give special mention to Sarah Lloyd and Anna Hammerin, community partners Mike Day […]

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What The Future Has To Offer: The Work Of Artists and Politicians: Molly Crabapple and Alex Orcasia Cortez

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2m8YACFJlMg Underpaid, Ignored, and Essential: A Coronavirus Sketchbook Drawing the workers who cannot stay home. Originally published April 3rd in The Nation funded by Economic Hardship Reporting: Molly Crabapple is the artist.  Molly Crabapple is an artist and writer in New York. She is the author of Drawing Blood and co-author of Brothers of The […]

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When A Nottingham Podcast Becomes Part Of Something We All Need: Charmaine Roche Life Flow Balance 2 Seasons Available Now on Apple, Spotify, Google and Castbox: Creating A Work Culture Where Life (Not Dis-Ease) Can Evolve…

Why are podcasts useful? They’re a way of listening, learning and rehearsing a better version of the world we live, work and play in, a way of connecting the local with the regional, national and international. Speak Up, Speak Out is a podcast now in Series 2 is evolving opportunities to change the way we […]

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Up The Charlies: What Alston, Drew and Chaplin Have To Offer: September 2020

Above: painter, sculptor, botanist Charles Alston’s image of African American research scientist surgeon Charles Drew, founder of Blood Banking for Britain in 1940 highlighted in author, writer, dramatist and activist Naomi Alderman’s Science Stories. Charlie Chaplin, as Kathleen Turner noted in the BBC programme Icons Of The 21st Century was actually talking about how he really felt […]

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Why We Need To Understand The Stories And Detail Of The Post War Period To Transform Our Economy In 2020 and Beyond

Featured Image: Jacob Lawrence: The Prisoners From The Migration Series We have socialised prisoners to believe they’re not worthy of a vote/representation/a job even when they have served their time. We have shamed ex-prisoners into accepting that stigma as the reason why they can’t work, build skills, opportunities that will address the reasons why communities […]

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Tiger Textiles Community Interest Company: “I Think It’s Fair To Say That It’s Been a Strange Few Months for Us: Toni Jarvis Director

Above: Toni Jarvis, Nottingham Face Mask Shop Manager 38 Carrington Street,  Project Manager, Director, Teacher, Innovator of Tiger Community Interest Company “When the pandemic first began we were completely thrown, especially as a small social enterprise whose main focus is engaging with our community. Our first instinct when lockdown began was to temporarily shut down […]

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38 Carrington Street: Understanding The Potential Of Everyone Who Lives In Nottingham To Inform And Shape An Extraordinary Future…

Do you know 38 Carrington Street Nottingham? It’s next door to a betting shop but the connections and opportunities that architects, economists, teachers, lawyers, charity workers, business people, skateboarders, artists, social workers, community workers are generating in Nottingham are moving our city away from the old idea of building an empire by exploiting structured inequality into offering […]

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Give Each Life The Right To Shine And Save The Planet On The Way: Connect the Micro, The SME, Medium, The Largest Company And Create New Kinds Of Business, Training, Education And Skills Across The Lifespan: Everyone Matters

Featured Image: Last week’s International week of tiger awareness with special days and events: (and the welfare of our planet is on our mind when we consider the billions of animals killed in the Australian bushfires). We’re really sensitive to the local global connection as we tentatively mask up, socially distance and can see a connection between […]

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