There has been an explosion of activism in the last few years: Occupy, the Arab Spring, UK Uncut, the Slutwalks and anticuts campaigns. The internet did not cause this activism, but it affected the form that it has taken. Symon Hill looks at the real-life experiences of activists around the world. Come along for inspiring stories and challenging questions.
Symon Hill is a Christian activist and writer. He is an associate of the Ekklesia thinktank and cofounder of Christianity Uncut, a network of Christians campaigning against the UK government’s cuts agenda. His Digital Revolutions: Activism in the Internet Age is based around the stories and experiences of activists over the last few years.