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Entries from August 2013

Helping Those Affected By Cuts & Welfare Reforms

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

At our Speakers Forum John Robert Lloyd will talk about how he designs and delivers courses for salaried and volunteer professionals in the third sector, public and private bodies, on how to preserve and maximise the incomes and rights of those sections of civil society most likely to be harmed by legal aid cuts and welfare reform.

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Antarctic Odyssey a New Beginning

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

At our Speakers Forum, Gabriella Guglielminotti Trivel will tell us about “Antarctic Odyssey a New Beginning” - the story of what happened to her among the ice, the honest and uncensored story of her inner journey and how she grew with it. Can you hear your heart beating every day? Do you listen to its desires? In 2008 Gabriella decided to listen to her heart and joined a group of people who were going to Antarctica to face their fears and limiting believes and her life changed for ever!

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The Dadamac Foundation

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Pam McLean talks about The Dadamac Foundation is about UK-Africa connections and community development. We believe the best kind of development happens not “top-down” but when people on all sides are ready to learn from each other. We help to set up collaborations for development and we use the Internet to keep two-way communication flowing.

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The Better Globe Porject

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Johan Dahl tells us about Better Globe where we plants tree in semi-arid environment, in Africa, which is of too poor quality for farming. This creates job opportunities giving real salaries. With the money the people can afford to send their children to school and to build for the future. To create the opportunity for children to go to school we also put water in the school.

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Sustainable Giving

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Michael Young talks about sustainable giving.Based on the principle that people want to give and are not looking for anything in return but if someone was able to give £10 and 4 weeks later received £20 back then I am now in a better position to give another £10 and so now my efforts are completely sustainable. It is a very powerful new method of giving that means more money can be raised for projects and it works for those who are short of funds but would like to give to a worthy cause.

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The Global Race

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Neil Mukherjee talks about The Global Race What is the Global Race? I wish to talk about my understanding of its meaning and whether it will bring the change that we need for our country and world. I’ll present 3 alternatives to the Global Race and see how they measure up to this 21st Century concept.

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My Passion Is Happiness

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Laura Sly. My passion is happiness - and for people who'd like to change the world, I'd like to talk about the connection between happiness and changing the world - and to challenge people's ideas that to strive for happiness is selfish and that there are more important things to be doing/being!

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Transforming Religious Education

August 7th, 2013 · Comments

Alan Hayes and Transforming Religious Education. We are in danger of throwing away a vital educational opportunity: to transform religious education into education for living and engaged humanity as an essential core subject for a plural and increasingly non-religious society. The opportunity will not last: the government is allowing RE to run down and fragment.

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