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Listen Here: Davy Jones Politics Show : Interview with Jo Wilding on the Chilcot report on the Iraq War ‘22.07.16’

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This week Davy Jones interviews Jo Wilding on the Chilcot report on the Iraq War that was released last week and what it all means and must more

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 Davy Jones and Natasha Vartoukian interview Imani Robinson, representative of Sisters Uncut and the Movement for Black Lives about the work of these movements, how the dialogue and impact of racism is being compounded by Brexit, and what we can all do.

Sussex Progressives

Davy Jones interviews members of the recently formed grassroots Brighton and Sussex EU campaign groups ‘Stand Together’ and ‘Sussex Progressives’ to ask them what is happening locally in response to the EU referendum – with a lot of their collaborative activism occuring outside of ‘party political’ lines.

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In this special edition of Davy Jones Politics Show this is a recording of an event he attended at St Georges Church on Thursday from Sussex Defend the NHS about the creeping privatisation of the NHS.

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This Week Davy Jones interviews Natasha and Ruluka about the UK deciding to leave the EU in the EU Referendum yesterday. They talk about what it means to them and what need to be done now that it’s happen and must more.

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LEXIT This week Davy interviews Michael Calderbank, a Left Exit (LEXIT) supporter on the EU referendum debate. Michael is a left Labour member and on the Momentum National Council but was speaking in a personal capacity.

Was recorded on Friday 17th June but is broadcasted today and not on it normal time slot. This is due to suspend of EU Referendum campaigning on that day out of respect for Jo Cox MP who was sadly murdered on Thursday.

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This Week Davy Jones interviews Matt from Mutual Aid in Sussex about an event that MAIS is organising with the Free University of Brighton on Saturday 11 June at the Synergy Centre to promote co-operatives in the city.

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This week Davy Jones interviews Polly Bentham from stopmfe – an umbrella group co-ordinating resistance to the planned fascist march in Brighton on Saturday 4th June.

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Davy Jones interviewes Annie Pickering from Sussex Students for Europe (and president elect of Sussex Uni students union from next month) about young people and the European Union.

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CB-poster This week Davy Jones interviews Siriol Hugh Jones about the Crossing Borders Festival that will be taking place from the 18th June to the 28th June.

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For more Information about the Festival click on the link below.

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 Davy Jones interviews Jacob from Brighton Migrant Solidarity about the planned international day of action against migrant detention centres on Saturday 7th May:

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Davy Jones interviews James Doyle, the Green Party’s candidate for the Police & Crime Commissioner elections next week on Thursday 5th May.

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 This week Davy Jones Interviews Nick McMaster and Colin Miller from Brighton & Hove Compass group, they talk about what the group all about and much more.

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Anti Academies Alliance

This week Davy Jones Interviews Bridget Chapman from Anti Academies Alliance about the government plans to turn schools into academies and much more.

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This Week Davy Jones interviews Miriam Binder from the Disabled People against Cuts and Jack Hazelgrove from the National Pensioners Convention, They discuss the affects of the cuts on disabled people and more.

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This week Davy Jones talks to Luqman Onikosi a man who is facing deportation back to Nigeria, who also suffer from Hepatitis B.  he talks about this condition and his situation with deportation and much more.

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This week in a Davy Jones special he attended a talk at the University of Sussex about Climate Change and what can be done to stop it.

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This week Davy Jones Interviews Richard Williams from Sanctuary on Sea to discuss the refugee crisis and the knock down of the refugee camp in Calais this week and much more.

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This week Davy Jones Interviews Carl Walker a man with many hats from a member of the Nation Health Action Party and Sussex Defend the NHS to being a lecturer at the University of Brighton and Stand up comedian.

They discuss a survey he is conducting on the NHS and must more.

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This week Davy Jones Interviews Lloyd Russell-Moyle the new chair of Brighton & Hove Labour Party. They discuss his politic history, to what needs to be done by Labour in the next four years, and much more.

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In Davy Jones 100 episode he interviews Caroline Lucas, the member of parliament for Brighton & Hove and they discuss politics over the past two years and must more.

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This week Davy Jones Interviews Phelim MacCafferty, a Local Green Councillor talking about tax on the local government and local council budgets and must more.

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This week Davy Jones interviews Dr. David Rogers, director of the Kingston University Writing School, who was born and raised in Arkansas, on his opinions of the current state of the US Elections. Joining them is guest host Iara Kaiser.

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This week Davy Jones interviews Sarah Kingdon from the BMA about the Junior Doctor’s dispute and what it really is about and must more.

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Stop the Wars

This week Davy Jones interviews Iara Kaiser from Stop the War to talk about Stop Bombing Syria campaign and must more.

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Paris climate talks

This week Davy Jones interviews Hannah Barker and Maddy Ryle about the Paris Climate Talks from talking about their experience at the talks to what the agreement means to tackling climate change, and must more.

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   This week Davy Jones Interviews Lorence Eric Jensen about childcare in Brighton, and about closes of childcare schools and must more

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This week Davy Jones interviews two Brighton University students about the Free Education campaign in the City and the sinister plans for making Universities more & more like businesses and restricting academic freedoms.

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Climate Change

This week Davy Jones interviews Nat Chase to talk about Climate Change, and about the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris next week and will anything change about the issue must more.

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Davy’s guest this week is James Mannion, also known as Trim Tab Jim and leader of band of the same name They discuss his political rock opera, the Reincarnation of Trim Tab Jim, which is being performed as a fundraiser twice on Saturday 19 December at the Old Market, Hove – 3.30pm for the Green Party and 7.30 for the Red Cross Refugee Appeal.

More information at http://www.trimtabjim.com

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War on Want

This week Davy Jones interviews Mark Dearn for War on Want, they discuss the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) deal and what it is, and the effect it could have and must more.

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This week Davy Jones interviews Ben Duncan a local care worker in Brighton & Hove to talk about the problems of being a care worker and the care system in general.

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Brighton Climate Action Network

This week Davy Jones interviews Duncan Blinkhorn From Brighton Climate Action Network to talk about, Climate Change and the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris and must more.

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Greg Hadfield of the B&H Indy

This week Davy Jones interviews Greg Hadfield of the Brighton & Hove Independent and talks about council tax rises and the issue of how to stop it from rising more.

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This week Davy Jones interviews Louise Purbrick & Janina Moninska from University of Brighton and talks about Art and Refuge & Resistance exhibition that starts on Friday 23 October in Brighton.

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This week Davy Jones interviews David Gibson from Living Rent Campaign about government right to buy policy, rent control and must more.

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This week Dave Jones interviews Trillia Fidei, an arctic activist with Greenpeace, about the recent decision of Shell to abandon drilling in the arctic.

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This week Davy Jones talks to Graham Bash from ‘Labour Briefing’ about the recent election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Party Leader and what the party should do next.

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Davy Jones talks to Jacob B from Migrant Solidarity.

This week Davy Jones’ guest is Jerry Rothwell, director of the new film ‘How to Change the World ‘ which has its premiere at the Dukes at Komedia this Wed Sept 9th

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In 1971 a brave group of young activists set sail from Vancouver in an old fishing boat. Their mission: to stop Nixon’s atomic bomb tests in Amchitka, a tiny island off the west coast of Alaska.

It was from these humble but courageous beginnings that the global organisation that we now know as Greenpeace was born. Chronicling the fascinating untold story behind the modern environmental movement, this gripping new film tells the story of eco-hero Robert Hunter and how he, alongside a group of like-minded and idealistic young friends in the ’70s, would be instrumental in altering the way we now look at the world and our place within it.

More info at howtochangetheworldfilm.com and https://www.facebook.com/howtochangetheworldfilm

 

This week Davy Jones talks to Val Knight from Sussex Defend the NHS about the closure of GP surgeries in Brighton.

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This week Davy talks to local B&H City Council employee Corinna Edwards – Colledge about her open letter to David Cameron about the cuts to local government.

LISTEN HERE to Davy Jones with Andy Richards from Brighton Hove and District Trades Union Council. Trades union councils consist of representatives of trade unions or branches of trade unions which meet within the area covered by that council, or which have members working or living in the area. A union branch will normally affiliate to the trades unions council in the area in which it meets. Locally BHDTUC have been vocal against austerity cuts ,the proposed anti union laws and limitation/withdrawal of the right to strike.

LISTEN HERE  to Davy Jones with Colin Miller from Brighton and Hove Compass.

B & H Compass is a new group to Brighton and Hove. Nationally they promote unity on the progressive left. They are sponsoring a public meeting on July 27th 7pm at the Brighthelm Centre, North Road where speakers include Caroline Lucas MP, Nany Platts and Neal Lawson from the national Compass. More info @ http://www.compassonline.org.uk/about/

Listen here to Davy Jones with Marina Prentoulis of Greek Solidarity Campaign

Today Davy Jones discusses the latest developments in the ongoing crisis in Greece with Marina Prentoulis from the Greek Solidarity Campaign

Davy Jones with Mike Aiken from the

National Coalition of Independent

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Davy and Mike Aiken from the National Coalition of Independent Action (NCIA) discuss the changing role of the voluntary sector and the increasing danger of it becoming a Trojan Horse for privatisation.

Davy Jones with Ali Ghanimi Free

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Davy Jones talks to Ali Ghanimi from the Free University of Brighton (FUB) about their latest projects including the launch of a FUB degree course.More information athttp://www.freeuniversitybrighton.org/

Davy Jones with Ken Montague

Campaign Against Climate Change

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This week Davy Jones is with Ken Montague from the Campaign Against Climate Change talking about the plans in Brighton to mobilise around the Paris COP talks (and the embryonic launch of Brighton CAN (Climate Action Network).

 

Listen here: Economics Weekly with John Weeks: Looks at US Presidential Primaries and the Social Charter ‘4.5.16’

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This week John looks at US Presidential Primaries and the Social Charter will be affect if we leave the EU and much more.

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This week John looks at US Presidential Primaries and UK treasury forecast if we leave the EU and much more.

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This week John looks at Cameron and paying tax and also a quick updated on the US Presidential Primaries and much more.

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Currency wars

This week John looks at latest US Presidential Primaries, The tax havens and currency wars and much more

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This week John looks at President Barack Obama historic trip to Cuba with special guest Elizabeth Dore and talk about Cuba and if their will be change in the country and must more.

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This week John looks at TTIP (Transatlantic Trade And Investment Partnership) and what it really about and the European Union.

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This week John looks at the media in and the way they look at terms like ‘Isolationists & Populists’, and what these term’s really mean.

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This week John looks at George Osborne Policies on tackling the deficit and if they have worked, and on Bernie Sanders and this chance’s in the next month.

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This week John looks at Bernie Sanders and his policies as we wait for the final results from the caucuses in Iowa.

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Bernie promises ‘As President, I will invest $1 trillion to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure to put 13 million Americans to work in good jobs, invest $5.5 billion to employ 1 million young Americans and provide job-training to hundreds of thousands of others, and create a Clean-Energy Workforce of 10 million good jobs through a 100% clean energy system.’

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An interview with Brooke Larson about Latin America

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continued discussion about United Kingdom General Election 2015, and Greek government.

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An interview with Jeff Faux about the American’s Economy

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This week John Weeks discusses further the issue of Cuba with Elizabeth Dore talking about “Voices from the Cuban Street”

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Attitudes of Cubans toward the revolution.

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First of a new series of commentary on economic conditions and policy in the UK and beyond from John Weeks.John Weeks is a professor emeritus of the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies and author of The Economics of the 1%: How Mainstream Economics Serves the Rich, Obscures Reality and Distorts Policy. His recent policy work includes a supplemental unemployment program for the European Union and advising the central banks of Argentina and Zambia. More info on John at http://jweeks.org/

 

Listen Here: R.Wolff Economics Update 21-07-16 Convention Economics

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Updates on platform contradictions, the VW scandal, CEOs pay explosion, Italian banks crisis, scary US auto loans. Major discussions: economics of lotteries, when profit decides who gets mortgages, and why 21st century socialism makes worker cooperatives the basic production institution
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Protestor Ieshia Evans is detained by law enforcement near the headquarters of the Baton Rouge Police Department in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, July 9, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

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 “Leaders” exposed by crises: Johnson in UK, Dimon in US. Stagnant incomes for most. Interview with Rob Robinson on conditions and prospects of African-Americans.
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Updates on minimum wage raises, economics of prisons, evidence that notions of “economic recovery” are myths for most of world. Interview with Dr Harriet Fraad on why Orlando’s tragic shooting happened
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                                                                               What Brexit Means
Updates on new Puerto Rico deal, French street battles, German leaders’ need humility, fake Cleveland revitalization, selling out national parks. Major analysis of Brexit in changing world economy.
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                                             “Small Victories, Big Lessons”
 “Updates on victories (1) over US sugar industry and (2) in reducing Sweden’s 40-hour workweek to 30 hours with no pay cut. Major analyses of jobs moving south, legal fight over tax exemption for religions, corporate bailouts in Michigan, excess Corp borrowing, and capitalist technology serving profits not people.”
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Economic Change: Why and How”

“Updates on CEO pay, new book on inequality, US estate and inheritance taxes. Interview with Alan Schulman, coordinator Democracy at Work New York City.”

Updates on new book “Coming of Age in the Other America,” new research shows superiority of worker coops over capitalist enterprises, negative results of profit-driven enterprises, “America” replaces Budweiser. Interview with Betsy Avila, digital organizer of local groups for social change.

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 “Updates on fossil-fuel divestment, Zika virus economics, product recalls , and payday loan scandal. Interview with environmentalist lawyer/activist Carol Dansereau.”
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                                           “Listen, Prof. Krugman”
Updates on car companies buying ride-share companies, Pope’s latest, evidence against Prof. Krugman’s rosy view of inequality. Major discussions of (1) why markets need not undermine worker-coop based economy and (2) European leaders’ failed policies on Greece.
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 “Updates on Alabama convicts strike against slavery, Greece’s victimization, TTIP exposed, and taxing Yale. Interview with Joan Berezin and Kip Waldo on revolutionary change.”
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 “False Econ Recovery, True Journalism”
Updates on “carry interest tax loophole,” Miami’s Marlin Park and state subsidies for business, negative interest rates, and banks’ “bail-in” versus “bail-out.” Interview reporter Bob Hennelly about false economic recovery, dissolving society, and real journalism.
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 “False Econ Recovery, True Journalism”
 Updates on “carry interest tax loophole,” Miami’s Marlin Park and state subsidies for business, negative interest rates, and banks’ “bail-in” versus “bail-out.” Interview reporter Bob Hennelly about false economic recovery, dissolving society, and real journalism.
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Updates on IMF, Panama Papers and tax evasion, workers fighting back. Major discussions of economics of prisons and sugar babies and of how worker coops might have changed the USSR and China.
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 Updates on tax issues: Panama Papers, corp tax rates, tax-avoiding “inversions” and Yale’s tax avoidance. Part 2 of interview with Dr. Harriet Fraad: capitalist efficiency produces human inefficiency and what to do about it.
 “Updates on China’s rising wages, lethal overdoses and economic crisis, courts worsen Puerto Rico’s crisis, moving jobs to Mexico, and Florida governor tries to help Yale evade taxes. Major discussions of minimum wage debates, workers without college degrees, and workers coops as key to doing better than capitalism.”
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“Updates on top bankers’ pay, bad auto corps’ decisions, deflation, and socialist economics. Interview with Dr Harriet Fraad on capitalism and personal life.”
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Updates on Europe’s new econ stimulus, French workers rally for job security, US airlines’ rip-off fees. Response to question about govt blame for economic crisis since 2008. Major discussions on what capitalist profit is and on the basic economics of our political party system
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 “Updates on injustice of Argentina’s default settlement, on Pope Francis’s rejection of “exploiters,” and on stagnating real median incomes in US. Major discussions of (1) what Sanders’s support proves about Occupy Wall Street, and (2) economics of fascism.”
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“Updates on Citibank calls “Recession” for 2016, Robert Gordon’s new book “Rise and Fall of American growth, college students to Europe for free educations, drug and food companies profit at public’s expense, economics of presidential candidates, pension struggles heat up, and why China’s slowdown due to US/Euro/Japan economies. Major discussions of (1) US unemployment and (why profit motive yields economic decisions so often good for profits but bad for society.”
“Updates on Bloomberg’s money, negative interest rates, the oil market, Puerto Rico’s cruel sales tax, Fed Reserve governor supports breaking up banks ‘too big to fail,’ and Apple borrows despite its huge cash hoard. Response to listeners: converting capitalist into worker coop type enterprises. Major discussion: three alternative responses to the huge problems of capitalism today.”
“Updates on China achieves economic superpower status, profit produces drug scarcities, Ireland’s unjust austerity, millionaire tax in Massachusetts. Major discussions of self-destructive cut-backs in public higher education and the chaos of the monetary system (banks, Fed Reserve, etc.).”
“Lessons About and From Socialism”
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 “Updates on the economic significance of Sanders’ Iowa vote, Keynes on risks of revolution against capitalism, costs of oil market collapse. Interview with author Pete Dolack on lessons for today of past experiments in socialism.”
“Capitalism’s Results”
Updates on Obama on/in Detroit, Walmart closing stores, Santa Fe and public banking, food-makers’ profits vs people’s health. Major discussion of Oxfam and IECD reports on world poverty and inequality.

“Fighting Rightist Economics”

“Updates on worker actions by UK’s “junior doctors” and Detroit teachers, Flint’s poisoned water, Supreme Court struggle. More on US govt subsidy of religion. Interview on worker coops with Michael Johnson author of new book.”

“What Capitalism Is”

Updates on Obamacare scandal, bank errors threaten depositors, public pension looting, subsidizing religion. Major discussion of old vs new meanings of capitalism as an economic system.

“Economic Lessons from 2015″

Updates on FED’s interest rate hike, Peter Drucker on “like a business,” gun business, and oil economics. Response to question on whether it is China that is slowing the world economy. Major discussion of Greek and Spanish austerity politics and how major oil, banking and auto corporations proved why we can and must do better than capitalism.

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“Transcending Capitalism”

Updates on denying bailout for Puerto Rico and gross wealth inequality in US and Wisconsin. Response to listeners on guns and the capitalist profit motive. Interview with Prof. Cathy Mulder on transcending capitalism via worker cooperatives.

“Austerity’s Social Costs”

Updates on Portugal joins Greece against austerity, US austerity especially in Puerto Rico and Illinois, useless laws for banks, words not action in Paris. Major discussions of Thanksgiving economics, Germany and refugees, France and terrorism, US airlines cheat for profits.

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“Why Whites in Trouble”
 Updates on economics of immigration, economic alarmists, Ireland as tax haven. Response to listeners on role and place for small business in worker-coop based economy. Interview with Dr Harriet Fraad on crisis for middle-aged whites in US today.
 “Big vs Small Business”
Updates on Japan’s Recession, half of New York City economically in trouble, ACA deductibles undermine affordability, Million student March, another crooked capitalist. Response to listeners on private vs public enterprises. Major topics: small vs big business and big ideas not being discussed in campaigns.

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“Economic Power Struggles”

This show from the US includes updates on Greek and Portuguese austerity struggles, obesity and Coca Cola, importance of U of Missouri, JC Penney’s fake sales, and Macy’s urgent sales. Response to listeners on politics, economics of TPP. Major discussions of (1) upcoming FED decision on interest rates and (2) economic causes of gentrified US cities.

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How Capitalism Works

Updates on capitalism vs higher education, real costs of apps, how other half banks. In depth analyses of projected economic downturn in 2016, capitalist inequality and housing changes, and how capitalism affects sports.

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Teaching High School Economics

Updates on Obama harshness re student debt, how much corps and rich abuse tax havens, MIT rejects fossil-fuel divestment, profit over safety at tylenol company. Response to listener on where US economy headed now. Interview life-long high school teacher Alan Schulman on teaching economics after the 2008 crisis: problems and prospects.

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Capitalism vs Democratic Socialism

Richard Wolff updates us on monster merger in beer, buying the US presidency, homeless in Hawaii, Canada’s election results. Response to listener’s question on relation of individualism to capitalism and socialism. Major discussion of history of socialism vs capitalism with focus on specific place of democratic socialism.

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Coops vs capitalism

Saving capitalism, looming economic downturn, Berlin 250,000 against TTIP, US plan to give Puerto Rican taxes to banks. Response to question on planning. Interview: Laura Flanders, independent journalist on coops vs capitalism.

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Capitalism’s Crimes

Updates on Planned Parenthood, Irish and French unions’ initiatives. Responses to questions on the VW scandal and the TPP deals. In depth update and analysis of the ongoing Crisis in Greece with Prof. Harry Konstantinides.

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Meanings of Class

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updates on the Swedish plan for a peaceful transition beyond capitalism, ripoffs in car insurance, Ferguson, MO credit downgrade. Also there is response to listeners on the CA drought and on the best solution for corporate abuses like VW’s. Then a major discussion of (1) what class means and what is at stake in different meanings, and (2) guaranteed income vs guaranteed jobs.”

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Puerto Rico as US’s Greece

Updates on new Detroit book, Mayor’s austerity policy in Chicago, homeless school children, soaring medical insurance deductibles. Responses to listeners on VW scandal and Pope’s statements on economics. Interview with Prof. Ian Seda-Irizarry on current crisis in Puerto Rico.

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This week’s show from the US includes updates on GM settlement, Census Bureau proves no recovery for 90%, GE moves jobs overseas; responses to listeners on FED agonies over interest rates and how capitalism mishandles unemployment. Major discussion of WSDEs and capitalist corporations.

 

The Brighton Left Radio Show: Brexit Special

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The journalists at Brighton Left attempt to pick apart the cataclysm that is Brexit, why it happened and what it means for you, the world and socialism in general.

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Listen Here: Hands Off Our Schools Public Meeting

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Here is the latest news from the Brighton anti-academy movement in their attempts to save local education from the prospect of forced academisation from local government.

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Listen Here: Our friends on Work Exp make radio show, song and present: Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy

 

 

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Missed the last recording?. Fear not a new work experience team has given us a brand new update of the Hitchhikers guide of the galaxy. To see which bit of the universe you have missed,  Listen Here.

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A team from Longhill School presenty their adaptation of Douglas Adams Sci-Fi classic and nerd bible The Hitchhikers Guide to the galaxy. Ever wondered the answer to the question of life, the universe and everything?, well sit back and prepare to be taken upon this wild ride.

Enjoyed that?, well feel free to listen to their other recent work here

 

LISTEN HERE: Talking Possabilities discuss Welfare Reform and the effect it has on disabled people

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The Fed has changed its name to Possability People.  Our radio show is now called Talking Possibilities. This week they discuss Welfare reform and the effect it has on disabled people.

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“Talking Possabilities”, formerly Fed radio, discuss Accessible Volunteering in our city.

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The Get Involved Group (GIG) is Possability People’s (formerly the Fed) engagement project, which aims to represent the views of people with a lived experience of disability, impairment, physical or mental health issues.  Carers, personal assistants, families and friends are also welcome.

The group meets every six weeks and holds consultation meetings, invites speakers, discusses issues and suggests solutions. The group keeps in touch with its members via email, telephone and post and there is a monthly news round-up. GIG is a platform for disabled people to bring about real change in our city.

If you would like to attend  meetings, find out more about the project or be added to the mailing list,  please contact(01273) 208934 or email lilly@possabilitypeople.org.uk

Previous Show : ‘Access to the Streets’

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In this edition of the show, the disability engagement group the Get Involved Group (GIG) look at disabled access to the streets of Brighton and Hove.

The Get Involved Group (GIG) is Possability People’s (formerly the Fed) engagement project, which aims to represent the views of people with a lived experience of disability, impairment, physical or mental health issues.  Carers, personal assistants, families and friends are also welcome.

The group meets every six weeks and holds consultation meetings, invites speakers, discusses issues and suggests solutions. The group keeps in touch with its members via email, telephone and post and there is a monthly news round-up. GIG is a platform for disabled people to bring about real change in our city.

If you would like to attend  meetings, find out more about the project or be added to the mailing list,  please contact(01273) 208934 or email lilly@possabilitypeople.org.uk

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disability in sport

In this edition of the show, they look at disability sport, where it happens, and what else could be done to engage disabled people in sport..

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In this edition of the show, they look at the Fairness Commission , what it does and what it means for disabled people in Brighton and Hove.

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disabled

In this edition of the show, they look at the accessibility for disabled people of pubic transport and what is being done to make it happen in Brighton and Hove.

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Listen here: Brighton Uni Drama Society A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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Followinbg a series of interviews with the cast (below) we were very ecxited to be invited along to record the final production of Midsummer Night’s at the Brighthelm Centre on May 27th. We absolutely loved it – full of highly accomplished performances, lovely sets and very beautiful music. Well done and thanks to everyone involved.

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Fourth interview with the cast. Good luck next week guys with the performances from all your friends at Radio Free Brighton!

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The Brighton University Drama Society are performing William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” as part of the Brighton Fringe.

In week 3 of the ongoing cast interviews, Oberon (Rob) interviews Helena (played by Cat Bass), Puck (played by Oscar Stafford), Snug The Joiner (played by Morgan Dawe) and Moth (played by Veronica Liptrot).

The group chat about the challenges of acting as part of a group as opposed to alone, favourite Shakespeare plays, the nature of fairies and whether it would be better to have a donkey head or for a donkey to have your head for a day. With just over two weeks left, excitement from the cast is at an all time high!

Details for the play can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/15908
Buy your tickets here: https://www.brightonfringe.org/box-of

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Twitter – @btonunidrama
Instagram – @buds_brighton_drama
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/BtonUniDrama/

 

Listen here: Lewis Priory School Aaron and Dom make radio

20160527_095648_resizedAaron and Dom spent last week here at Radio Free Brighton for their work experience. Listen here to their radio show, their radio play Flash Gordon and their amazing cover of ‘Sittin on the Dock of the Bay’ Thanks guys for all your great work. It was good to have you here.

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Listen here Priory School Work Experience Band plays

‘Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay’

 

[GreenCycleSussex] Community Event Roundup

community events


Thu, 17 March 2016 10:30AM Bridge Community Centre Veg Garden Please phone the Bridge Center on 01273 687 053
to Thu, 1 December 2016 03:30PM
Contact details:
01273 687 053
Nurture through Nature will be designing and expanding a vegetable garden at the Bridge Community Centre in Moulsecoomb. We will be running a weekly, supported and facilitated group for people interested in learning food growing and practical gardening skills. As the growing season progresses, we hope to be supplying fresh, home-grown produce for use by the Bridge Kitchen who in return will launch a weekly “Community Soup Day” where volunteers and those on low incomes can come together to enjoy a healthy FREE lunch.
For more details see http://www.thebridgebrighton.com/.

Wed, 20 April 2016 09:00AM Roots to Success horticulture programme Stanmer Park – ongoing 6 week rolling programme
to Fri, 20 May 2016 09:00AM
Contact details:
Sam Mansfield
07968801634
sam@abacustraininggroup.co.uk
The Roots to Success horticultural and life skills programme is open to ESA and JSA people where it is considered to be beneficial by their JCP advisor. Roots to Success is beneficial for those of you who are vulnerable, may have low level mental health challenges including anxiety and low self-confidence and those with a low level disability but who are able to participate in and complete physical activities. Upon graduating from the Roots to Success you can progress into a work related outcome including work placements, volunteering or employment/self- employment. We will focus on your wellbeing, life skills and your training journey will be threaded gently throughout the Roots to Success programme. The aspiration is to help develop a positive mind set about your ability to gain employment, reduce work related anxiety and prepare for any changes in their benefit status such as ‘work capacity assessments’. We will help you succeed on an inspirational and interactive activity based horticultural training, life skills and employability journey participating and contributing to the restoration of the historic Stanmer Park Gardens. The horticultural and life skills programme will be enhanced and complemented by a accredited extended City and Guilds employability award delivered by Plumpton College. The award is made up of four units achieved through activities completing the restoration of the long border, community project, work experience, working within a team and health and safety at work. The award also supports you to gain life skills and understand how to use them effectively within a work environment. You will be able to interact and engage with each other through participating in a range of team orientated tasks based horticultural activities including pruning, weeding, plant removal, soil preparation, planting, aftercare and plant identification. You will also work in the internal areas of the centre learning plant, fruit and vegetable propagation.

Sat, 14 May 2016 02:30PM Bees in your garden – Brian Foster Environment Centre, Dorothy Stringer School, Stringer Way, off Surrenden Road Brighton BN1 6PZ
to Sat, 14 May 2016 04:30PM
Contact details:
Brenda Pollack
pollack.brenda@yahoo.co.uk
Free talk by Heather McNiven, Sussex Beekeepers Association. Find out more about the humble honey bee. Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods will be hosting a free talk by Heather McNiven, from the Sussex Beekeepers Association. She will speak about her experiences of keeping bees and will bring a display hive with glass window for viewing her bees. She’ll be selling her locally produced honey on the day so please do bring some change. Non members and children are welcome. Refreshments will be available.
For more details see http://www.fhbw.org.uk/activities.html.

Sat, 14 May 2016 02:30PM Bees in your garden – free talk by Heather McNiven, Sussex Beekeepers Association Brian Foster Environment Centre, Dorothy Stringer School, Stringer Way, off Surrenden Road Brighton BN1 6PZ
to Sat, 14 May 2016 04:30PM
Contact details:
Brenda Pollack
07796127075
pollack.brenda@yahoo.co.uk
Find out more about the humble honey bee. Friends of Hollingbury and Burstead Woods will be hosting a free talk by Heather McNiven, from the Sussex Beekeepers Association. She will speak about her experiences of keeping bees and will bring a display hive with glass window for viewing her bees. She’ll be selling her locally produced honey on the day so please do bring some change. Non members and children are welcome. Refreshments will be available.
For more details see http://www.fhbw.org.uk/activities.html.

Mon, 16 May 2016 01:00AM Low cost counseling sessions New Road Psychotherapy Centre, 28 New Road BN1 1UG
to Mon, 17 April 2017 01:00AM
Contact details:
Mark Sawyer
07752 009769
mark@newroadpsychotherapy.com
Need counselling but worried about the cost? New Road Psychotherapy are offering open-ended low-cost therapy sessions. Counsellors fully insured and supervised. No waiting lists. Come and see us in our comfortable, private and spacious rooms in Central Brighton. ONLY £20 per 50 minute session. Long- and short-term contracts available. Male or female therapists available. For more information mark@newroadpsychotherapy.com 07752 009769 www.newroadpsychotherapy.com
For more details see http://www.newroadpsychotherapy.com/counselling-psychotherapy/low-cost-counselling/.

Mon, 16 May 2016 10:45PM Sing Healthy Play Happy – creative music with people with dementia and their carers Hangleton Library, West Way, Hangleton
to Mon, 16 May 2016 12:15PM
Contact details:
Emma
Sing Healthy Play Happy is a creative music-making project for people living with early stage dementia (with low support needs related to their dementia) and their carers. Sing Healthy Play Happy is an Open Strings Music project, commissioned by Brighton & Hove CCG. In these fun, gentle and supportive sessions we: • sing familiar and new songs together • explore instruments and sounds • try out material to use at home • move gently to music • meet old and new friends No experience is necessary: sing along, pick up an instrument, or simply sit back and listen. When and where? 25th April to 27th June: initial ten-week block in two locations: • Mondays 10:45-12:15: Hangleton Library – priority for people living in Hangleton • Mondays 2 – 3.30 Lavender House Senior Housing (for residents of Senior Housing schemes) *PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL*
For more details see http://openstrings.co.uk/sing-healthy-play-happy/.

Thu, 19 May 2016 10:00AM Wellbeing in Nature course 8 Thursdays from 19 May countryside venue, minibus pick up from Brighton
to Thu, 7 July 2016 05:00PM
Contact details:
Julie Wright
07504 217445
info@growingwellbeing.org.uk
Spending time out in nature can improve your mood, confidence, relaxation, motivation, energy levels & sense of connection. The Grow Project is free & offers you the chance to enjoy heart-warming days out in nature – learning about its wellbeing benefits and how to bring them in to your everyday life, and introducing you to a variety of different nature based organisations and activities – including guided walks, shepherding, conservation tasks & National Trust property visits. If you’ve struggled with anxiety, depression etc & would like to see if nature connection can help you improve your wellbeing then do get in touch…
For more details see http://www.growingwellbeing.org.uk/.

Thu, 19 May 2016 10:15AM FREE inspirational nature-connection courses for wellbeing – 8 Thursdays from 19th May & 4th August Saddlescombe Farm & other countryside venues, minibus transport provided from Brighton
to Thu, 30 June 2016 05:15PM
Contact details:
Julie, Jo & Luke
07504 217445
Info@GrowingWellbeing.org.uk
Spending time out in nature’s proven to improve your mood, confidence, relaxation, motivation, energy levels & sense of connection. Grow is celebrating 5 years of providing innovative evidence-based courses in partnership with The National Trust. Offering you the chance to enjoy heart-warming days out in nature: learning about its wellbeing benefits and how to bring them in to your everyday life & introducing you to a variety of nature based organisations and activities – including guided walks, shepherding, mindfulness, picnics, conservation tasks & National Trust property visits. If you’ve experienced anxiety, depression, stress etc & would like to see if nature connection can improve your wellbeing then do get in touch… www.GrowingWellbeing.org.uk

Mon, 23 May 2016 10:45PM Sing Healthy Play Happy – creative music with people with dementia and their carers Hangleton Library, West Way, Hangleton
to Mon, 23 May 2016 12:15PM
Contact details:
Emma
Sing Healthy Play Happy is a creative music-making project for people living with early stage dementia (with low support needs related to their dementia) and their carers. Sing Healthy Play Happy is an Open Strings Music project, commissioned by Brighton & Hove CCG. In these fun, gentle and supportive sessions we: • sing familiar and new songs together • explore instruments and sounds • try out material to use at home • move gently to music • meet old and new friends No experience is necessary: sing along, pick up an instrument, or simply sit back and listen. When and where? 25th April to 27th June: initial ten-week block in two locations: • Mondays 10:45-12:15: Hangleton Library – priority for people living in Hangleton • Mondays 2 – 3.30 Lavender House Senior Housing (for residents of Senior Housing schemes) *PRE-BOOKING ESSENTIAL*
For more details see http://openstrings.co.uk/sing-healthy-play-happy/.

Wed, 25 May 2016 12:30PM Poetry readings and coffee Brighton bn1 – small secret gig for people aware
to Wed, 25 May 2016 12:30PM
Contact details:
Steven Cowley
07724147848
stevencowley80@yahoo.co.uk
We have a small gathering arranged at lunchtime during the last week in may to be held at a coffee shop with a few poetry readings and spoken word. The project is community based and not for profit and will be free to attend but our limited budget means you will need to buy any drinks you fancy yourself or bring some squash with you if standard coffee shop prices is too much from your own budget. A mixture of poetry and open to anyone and some of our community project aims to raise awareness about disability and wellbeing with healthy living and our environment we live in bound to be spoken about and certainly 1 poem from myself touches broadly on my own lived experience as disabled person. We will have some creativity and poetry and the remaining time will be free for people to have social time over coffee etc or networking with others and I will be around to chat and if you wanted to take any project details of forthcoming events etc that’s all good. Relaxing lunchtime with spoken word and coffee and a small gathering for people with hopefully a bit of sunshine to enjoy. Please note this is not a fringe festival event and we will be holding 4 more over summer period and all details can be emailed to you for future reference

Sat, 4 June 2016 07:30PM The Voice of Santur & the SOAS Ceilidh Band – fundraiser for northern Syria Coachwerks (19a Hollingdean Terrace, BN1 7HB)
to Sat, 4 June 2016 11:00PM
Contact details:
brightonkurdsolidarity@riseup.net
The Voice of Santur & the SOAS Ceilidh Band – fundraiser for medical supplies to northern Syria (Rojava) A night of Kurdish, Persian, Irish and Scottish tunes at Coachwerks Sat 4th June. From 7:30 – 11 £7 otd, £5 if you register in advance here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-voice-of-santur-the-soas-ceilidh-band-fundraiser-for-northern-syria-tickets-25319265605 The facebook page for the event is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/223575684689981/ Please spread the word!
For more details see https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-voice-of-santur-the-soas-ceilidh-band-fundraiser-for-northern-syria-tickets-25319265605.

Tue, 7 June 2016 09:30PM Silver Strings – it’s never too late to learn! Brighthelm Centre Activities Hall, North Road, Brighton
to Tue, 7 June 2016 11:30PM
Contact details:
Isabel
Silver Strings is a music session for older people who’ve always wanted to play a stringed instrument. At Silver Strings, we warm up gently and play as part of a larger group to make music together. Everyone over 50 is welcome, regardless of previous experience – no music reading is necessary, and everyone can choose the material we play. Learning an instrument in a group keeps our minds active and our fingers supple – and it’s a lot of fun! Participants say: I get such a sense of achievement (SW), My hands are now more agile (DP), Every week is a highlight! (RW). Come and join us for a free trial session on the first Tuesday of the month. We even provide the instruments: choose violin, viola or cello – or try all three! The sessions are run by Open Strings Music CIC and facilitated by Goldsmiths-trained music leader and professional cellist Isabel Emerson. Where: The Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD When: Tuesdays, 9:30-11:30am Cost: first session free – come and try us out! £12/wk (payable monthly) thereafter, inclusive of instrument use Contact: email Isabel: isabel@openstrings.co.uk
For more details see http://openstrings.co.uk/silver-strings/.

Sat, 11 June 2016 10:30AM Co-operative Alternatives for work, housing, energy, food and more The Synergy Centre 78 West Street, Brighton, BN1 2RA
to Sat, 11 June 2016 07:00PM
Contact details:
Mutual Aid in Sussex
mais@riseup.net
* Have you dreamed of working without a boss? * Of living without a landlord? * Of having a media system owned and run by us, not by billionaires and corporations? * Of having an energy system which is powered by renewables and owned and run for the benefit of everyone? We should all have more ownership and control over the different parts of our lives – our housing, our work, our energy, our media, our food, our land, our technology, our democracy and much more. There are co-operative alternatives to the capitalist and competitive system we live within. This day of workshops – organised by Mutual Aid in Sussex and Free University Brighton – gives an introduction to some of those co-operative alternatives and gives you a chance to meet many of the people who are making them happen. It’s also an opportunity for people in co-operatives and social enterprises in the city to come together to get to know each other more and to see how they can help each other – whether it be through advice, contacts or contracts. Sign up at Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/co-operative-alternatives-tickets-24399817511 Whether you’re completely new to co-operatives and social enterprises, or have years of experience, there will be something for you, including: > An introduction to working co-operatively and the co-operative movement – Chris Funnell (Founder member of the Co-operative Assistance Network) > How to set up a workers’ co-op? – Cath Muller (Radical Routes, Footprint Workers Co-operative, co-author of ‘How to Set Up a Workers’ Co-operative’) > How to set up a housing co-op? – Helen Russell (Co-operative Housing in Brighton & Hove) > How to fund your co-op ideas and turn them into reality – a panel of experts – Sebastian Handelman (East Sussex Credit Union), Will Cottrell (Brighton Energy Co-op), Ali Cannell (Skylark Housing Co-op, The Cowley Club) > What happens when it all goes wrong? How to resolve conflicts – Kate Whittle (Cooperantics, author of series of guides ‘from conflict to co-operation‘) > A session for existing co-ops & social enterprises to get together to introduce themselves, ask questions and see if they can help each other out or gain contracts – facilitated by Helen Dixon (South Downs Eco Housing Co-op) > Building your organisational values, your collective learning, your people, your connection with the community and your customers – it isn’t all about business plans! – Mike Aiken (Co-operatives & civil society researcher, Co-ops Research Unit, Open University) > Drop in advice, stalls and much more We want a world where ownership, decisions and profits are shared, rather than being in the hands of the rich and powerful (the 1%). A world where people co-operate and work together to make this happen. Come and join us to find out how to make it happen. Saturday 11 June 20116, 10.30am – 7pm. After party from 7pm with great food and drinks from local workers’ co-ops as well as entertainment. FREE entry. Donations welcome on the day
For more details see https://maisnetwork.wordpress.com/2016/04/04/co-operative-alternatives/.
 

Listen here: Prof Ian Cunningham SMLC on School Testing

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Prof Ian Cunningham from the Self Managed Learning College in Brighton talks about education school testing and better ways to support children in learning for a good life

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LISTEN HERE: The 18-5-16 edition of the BHESCO Show: Kayla Ente again interviews Nat Chase about Climate Change Part Three.

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This week Kayle Ente again interviews Nat Chase about Climate Change, Ameanal, and weather patterns and must more in part three of their eight part series on the topic.

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This week Kayle Ente interviews Nat Chase about Climate Change, Facking and Fossil Fuels.

This week Kayle Ente again interviews Nat Chase about Climate Change and Arctic amplification in a eight part series on the topic.

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This week Kayle Ente interviews Nat Chase about Climate Change, Facking and Fossil Fuels.

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This week Kayla Ente interviews Mike Taylor from Good Money

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This week Kayla Ente interviews Duncan Blinkhorn from Bike Train

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fracking

On the BHESCO Show, Kayla Ente from of Brighton and Hove Energy Services Coop looks at fracking, renewable energy and must more.

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winter cold

On the BHESCO Show, Kayla Ente from of Brighton and Hove Energy Services Coop looks at winter cold in renting housing and the effect of this on housing in Brighton and must more.

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Top Climate Expert: Crisis Is Worse Than We Think (Democracy Now Interview)

Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman interviewed Kevin Anderson, deputy director of the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and professor of energy and climate change at the University of Manchester.

“He has said many scientists are self-censoring their work to downplay the severity of the climate crisis.”

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