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Citizens’ assemblies go mainstream: a way to bring about radical change? Citizens across the UK are convening to address issues such as the climate crisis and Brexit. Could they help to overcome political deadlock... Politics UK
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The Devonshire town that transformed local democracy As part of our United Kingdom of Solutions focus, we meet deputy mayor and deputy chair of Buckfastleigh town council, Pam Barrett. The sout... Democracy Politics Society UK
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Revolution in Frome: Flatpack Democracy Amid a wave of action to reinvigorate local government in the south west of England, this book by a former town council leader offers hope t... Democracy Politics Society UK
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'Inequality is not inevitable, it's a choice' Inequality is a policy choice. Governments can close the gap between rich and poor, and some are already doing so Economics Society
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'Politics aside, we can co-create the country we want' As the nation heads to the polls for the 2017 general election, Iris Schönherr of the New Citizenship Project asks: could we co-create the c... Opinion Politics
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Radical remits: unusual government posts from around the world As divisive characters take centre stage in global politics, what if prioritising people, planet and peace featured in the job descriptions ... Politics
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