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Resources and institutions

Support the Cowley

On 31 May, Brighton’s Cowley Club launched a £10,000 appeal to repair its roof. The Club is a volunteer-run social centre on London Road.

On the edge

The activist-led grant-making body, the Edge Fund (PN 2546), is appealing for financial support. Annual income has fallen from over £220,000 to less than £50,000 last year.

On the web

Would you like to think more deeply about ‘How Social Change Happens’? Global climate action group, 350.org, has created new online ‘skill-ups’ (rather than ‘classes’) for campaigners.

What is a ‘Living Room Conversation’?

A how-to guide by the Rural Organsing Project


Befriending Commonweal peace library

Michael Randle explores an important Bradford-based cultural resource


The culture shifts we need to build stronger movements

The US anti-racist collective, Catalyst Project, recently circulated this text with the subject heading ‘What do you mean by anti-racism?’


Radical Routes and radical social change

The long story behind current debates about principles in a radical co-op network


Radical co-ops face crossroads

What happens when the founders of a radical organisation move on, new people come in, and the strict entry standards that were put in place originally are set aside? How does it affect who joins the organisation, and how does it affect the politics of the organisation?


Liam Barrington-Bush, Anarchists in the Boardroom

More Like People Press, 2013; 263pp; £15 – available from Housmans bookshop or online at www.morelikepeople.org


Bill Brent and Joe Biel, Make a zine!

Microcosm Publishing, 2009, 160pp, £4.99