Can political activism survive in a


In an age of cynicism and lack of engagement in the democratic process, Bev Thomas explores whether political activism can play a central role in transforming our communities.

Bev has worked for the last 20 years in the UK and internationally as a trainer/ speaker on social justice and race issues. She has been a project development omcer for the Churches· Commission for Racial Justice and is now the chair of the Christian Socialist Movement, which supports a Christian witness with in the Labour Party.

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