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Errol Thompson
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As some of you may be aware, I have been working with a group in Birmingham to develop some positive principles as alternatives to the current underlying principles that seem to be based on neoliberal principles.
We are having a launch for the principles on 14 March 2017, 7pm-9pm at BVSC, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DR.
The principles are:
Enabling Potential: Everyone has an equal opportunity to develop their full individual potential
Equal Society: Everyone is included and our basic human needs are provided for
Participatory Democracy: Everyone’s voice is heard and every vote counts equally
Environmental Sustainability: Everyone feels our local environment is our home, and the planet is preserved for our children and grandchildren
An Economy for the Common Good: Everyone’s needs are supported through regulated and responsible markets with mixed ownership models and by fostering local economies
For the full report and further information click here (http://compassonline.us10.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=135fafbe3cc54513195df9679&id=6975971e21&e=8e357cb3e8).
Survey!
It would be fantastic to hear what you think of the 5 Progressive Principles. A quick survey has been set up here (http://compassonline.us10.list-manage.com/track/click?u=135fafbe3cc54513195df9679&id=ba5eed3e4c&e=8e357cb3e8) and it would be wonderful if you could take a look - it only take a couple of minutes.

Thoughts on the need for change.

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Some reflections on seeking justice and our inaction

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Reflections on the need for change.

What are some positive alternative principles? Here are some that a group in Birmingham that I have been working with have developed.

• Enabling Potential
• Sustainable Environment
• Equal Society
• Participatory Democracy
• An Economy for the Common Good

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Some thoughts on our sacrificial systems

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Is serfdom a social norm?

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Where to from here? Is there really a way forward?

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I will join a picket this week for the first time in my life so am I being radicalised?

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Have we learnt anything over the last eight years?
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