Brighton and Hove Compass have launched a campaign to Build Back Better in the City and we are seeking signatures from residents and people who work in the City. While terrible, the Covid-19 crisis provides an opportunity to create a new and better ‘normal’ – and we think Brighton and Hove is the ideal place to set this in motion as we face an uncertain future.
Will Community Engagement Be the Greatest Positive To Come Out of This Pandemic? Nick Beddow, a member of our Deeper
Rojava is under attack by the Turkish Government. This is a brief background to Rojava and the Kurdish people.
In late April the European Movement organised a festival of democracy (Democracy Alive) on the central square of Dan Burg
Bob Rhodes and Ralph Broad argue that social work and social care should return to the thinking set out in the Barclay report and renew their commitment to community.
Democracy is under threat, our current laissez faire approach is leading to social fragmentation and polarisation. A communities’ capacity for democratic decision-making is inescapably linked to the extent to which their members can learn, reflect on, and exchange ideas in an objective manner. ‘Communities should have more quality-assured deliberative events that will empower them to select public policies and representatives’