“If you succeed financially, the natural impulse is to regard yourself as more important than others and to regard your success as deserved rather than as a matter of luck. This lack of empathy isn’t just a problem because it makes people say stupid things. It’s a problem because, by and large, people who make important decisions are rich and they make decisions on behalf of those who are not.” – blog post at the Equality Trust
How to get across the inhumanity of welfare reform and inequality?
Or carry out a bit of Brandalism
Learn how we can talk about benefits justice and greater equality, in the media and face-to-face. Using evidence and stories, the aim is to make communicate the personal and social impact of the current situation to a wide range of people. A workshop with Sheffield Equality Group, all welcome.
7pm-9pm, Wednesday 4th June, Quaker Meeting House
Join in the CAB campaign to stop people being caught without support when being transferred between benefits…
Learn about globalisation and who it is good for. A whistle stop tour of how 20% of the world’s population controls most of the world’s resources. Hosted by Positive Money. 7:30pm, Monday 30th June at Quaker Meeting House…
Put your feet up and watch stuff!
George Monbiot talks about the pricing of everything…