Monthly Archives: May 2012

Can Democracy Be Saved?

Dr Henry Tam, Director, Forum for Youth Participation & Democracy, University of Cambridge and Visiting Professor, Birkbeck, University of London, set out on Question the Powerful how he thinks it can: Should we ever trust anyone with the power to make … Continue reading

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Announcing Democracy Outside (Hot) Dates!

Announcing the DemO 2012 schedule – an odyssey of working class self-organising, temporary autonomous and unautonomous zones, oppression, liberation and revolution… The wait is over, and we have five confirmed dates for the Democracy Outside tour, and each of them … Continue reading

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