“Where apathy goes to die”

‘”There is no use trying,” said Alice; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

I’m so looking forward to Change:How? 2015 “where apathy goes to die” tomorrow!
Stories from Greece, Spain, Denmark, Poland, Bahrain, Scotland and plenty beyond – join us tomorrow to meet a world full of change-makers in just one building, Europe’s oldest alternative night club in Angel, Islington…
Alongside 100 inspirational change makers – from Stella Creasy to Heydon Prowse of the Revolution Will Be Televised, musician Steve Lawson to David Lammy MP, Rev. Giles Fraser to Flatpack Democracy, The Moneyless Man to Amelia Womack….. their personal stories and world-beating ideas…… their performances…. and a pint with them at the bar.

Line Up

The 2015 UK General Election is less than 100 days away, and Change:How 2015 aims to get people inspired about people power, with 100 ideas from 100 people trying to change the world…..

After my huge disappointment that radio 4’s programme about ‘democracy’ only focussed on Westminster, I’m really hoping this will give some real options outside of the dysfunctional nonsense that bores most of us into submission.

 

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Peter Macfadyen

Social activist, ex Mayor and Leader of Frome Town Council, author, public speaker, undertaker, grandfather.

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